Joe Biden on Saturday became the first American president to officially recognize the Ottoman Empire's World War I-era mass killings of Armenians as "genocide."
While President Biden's claim may be a talking point that is designed to highlight the sheer scale of the pandemic, the math has been criticized for simply not adding up.
On Tuesday, Republican President Donald Trump claimed that coronavirus is less deadly than the flu. Though the flu kills tens of thousands of Americans each year, COVID-19 has killed more Americans in 2020 than the approximately 178,000 Americans killed by flu over the last six years.
The first lady said the report by Jeffrey Goldberg is simply "not true," and she went on to label the magazine article as "activism" rather than the work of a journalist.
Fox News reporter Jennifer Griffin claimed one or two of her sources had confirmed several details noted in The Atlantic story.
President Donald Trump claimed the pandemic of 1918 contributed to the end of World War II, which started in 1939.
In "1917," two British messengers must race across battlefields and wade through the dead and dying to bring a message to a battalion in danger of ambush. New interviews with director Sam Mendes and cinematographer Roger Deakins reveal how the movie dramatizes World War I in a single, feature-length shot.
The French president pointed not only to potential threats from China and Russia, but also from the United States.
Jacques Myard of Les Républicains, a center-right French party, and a member of French parliament, said in a tweet that Macron and Philippe's absence demonstrated their "historical ignorance" and represented "a diplomatic fault."
Einstein described his friend's personality, calling him "goodhearted" but also someone with "a rather sterile, rabbinical mind."
The remains of the AE1, which vanished in 1914 with 35 crew on board, have been located near Papa New Guinea.
The prince said that Britain and Belgium 'stand together... in remembrance of that sacrifice.'
More than 3,500 Canadian soldiers died during the Battle of Vimy Ridge in France.
The World War I killing grounds offers a timely place for reflection on the 100th anniversary of America's entry into the war.
Why Tolkien's posthumous work contains the keys to understanding his Middle-earth.
The story behind Tolkien's first tale of Middle-earth, which is receiving a new release in May.
The Syrian government allegedly dropped barrel bombs full of chlorine on an Aleppo suburb.
The battle began on July 1, 1916, and turned the tide for the Allies.
The fried treats are being served up for free at various retailers. Here's why.
Sergeant William Shemin and Private Henry Johnson were recognized "for conspicuous gallantry" nearly a century after serving.
A hundred years after the Great War, Europe's past isn't past at all