"I was the conductor of the Underground Railroad for eight years, and I can say what most conductors can't say; I never ran my train off the track and I never lost a passenger."
The Cordelière went down in history as it sailed into enemy fire, sinking England's most powerful ship, while the rest of the French fleet fled.
NYU has issued an apology to black students following a controversy sparked over racially stereotyped food and beverage options at a Black History Month event.
To the disbelief of spectators, all of the animals which entered into the gates perished, while miraculously, the priests emerged unscathed.
More women are competing in Pyeongchang than previous Winter Games, but it's still not equal.
The Black Sea is fascinating to archaeologists because its zero-oxygen "dead zone" preserves shipwrecks and artifacts for thousands of years.
It is better, instead of covering up, that Polish legislators remind themselves what happened to us. Israel will not forget.
Einstein described his friend's personality, calling him "goodhearted" but also someone with "a rather sterile, rabbinical mind."
The wildly popular app has started to raise some concerns about data privacy.
About twice as many voters graded Trump's first year an "F" than an "A", a new poll found.
The "America First" slogan under President Donald Trump has threatened America's democratic ideals more than ever before, the report claims.
One professor wrote a book titled 'Fire and Fury' in 2009. Now his book is on several Amazon bestseller lists. He's thrilled.
In 1953, the CIA backed a coup against democratically elected Iranian Prime Minister Mohammad Mossadegh, restoring absolute power to the Shah.
The Jackson magnolia is the oldest tree on White House grounds.
After the world's deadliest conflict, a future secretary of state decided to split North and South Korea based on a map he found in a magazine.
The remains of the AE1, which vanished in 1914 with 35 crew on board, have been located near Papa New Guinea.