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What Outlaw King, starring Chris Pine, gets right and gets wrong about Robert the Bruce and the real fight for Scottish Independence. [Read More]
What the movie starring Chris Pine gets right and wrong... [Read More]
The question of whether ex-felons should be able to vote is much bigger than just a couple of states, and the history goes all the... [Read More]
She wrote 'Gigi' and helped discover Audrey Hepburn, but that's not all... [Read More]
He was a prisoner for more than seven years... [Read More]
On Oct. 11, 1991, when she testified to the Senate Judiciary Committee, Anita Hill became the face of what was arguably the biggest sexual harassment... [Read More]
Four girls died in the Sept. 15, 1963, attack... [Read More]
Four little girls died in the Sept. 15, 1963, attack by KKK members. Those who survived still live with the trauma of that day. [Read More]
One moment from Nixon's time offers insight into what it might look like for staffers to manage a President's potential volatility... [Read More]
Hearings used to happen behind closed doors, if at all... [Read More]
Hundreds were arrested or injured during the protests surrounding the 1968 DNC in Chicago. Fifty years later, 7 key protesters reflect. [Read More]
"These people out there, they don't know it, but they're about ready to go to church," King's legal counsel recalls thinking... [Read More]
He was the first African-American man to win a Grand Slam title... [Read More]
On the centennial of Bernstein's birth, a look at the surprising story of how he conducted an orchestra of Holocaust survivors in 1948... [Read More]
The personal motivations for any given collector can be a bit of a head-scratcher... [Read More]
"What got me through the whole matter was my belief that the truth ultimately prevails" [Read More]
A history of thrift stores in America, and how Salvation Army and Goodwill changed the perception of buying used clothes. [Read More]
And the photo is now for sale at auction... [Read More]
Soul is "just living and having to get along," she told TIME when she was 26... [Read More]
As TIME's 1968 cover story detailed, Aretha Franklin's music channeled her own pain, sorrow and resilience... [Read More]