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Ida B. Wells: Lynching museum, memorial honors woman who fought lynching

Ida B. Wells in 1920. (Chicago Historical past Museum/Getty Photos) After Ida B. Wells revealed a column on Might 21, 1892, ...

Why did Trump delay full release of some JFK assassination files until 2021?

President Trump vowed final 12 months to launch all of the long-secret information associated to the JFK assassination, however the administration introduced Thursday...

Janelle Cruz was the Golden State Killer’s final victim, police say

Police consider Janelle Cruz, proper, was murdered by Golden State Killer suspect James Joseph DeAngelo in 1986. (Photograph courtesy of Michelle Cruz)...

At Korean summit in DMZ, ‘deranged’ ax murders still cast a shadow

North Korean troopers assault United Nations Command personnel with axes Aug. 18, 1976, close to checkpoint No. three within the Joint Safety...

Prince Louis: Why was Britain’s royal baby named after Lord Mountbatten?

Members of the royal household attend the funeral of Lord Mountbatten in Westminster Abbey in 1979. From left: Princess Anne, Capt. Mark...

Before ‘The Americans’ and ‘Homeland,’ Russian TV spies were simple villains. No more.

Matthew Rhys and Keri Russell painting Russian spies on the hit FX present, “The People”. (Marvin Joseph/The Washington Submit) In 1955,...

Hiroshima bombing: Scientists measure amount of radiation from victim’s jawbone

A person stands within the rubble surrounding a former movie show in Hiroshima, Japan, a month after the atomic bomb was dropped, in September...

Boys Scouts of America history: How Robert Baden-Powell launched a movement

Juliette Gordon Low poses on this 1919 photograph with Sir Robert Baden-Powell, founding father of the Boy Scouts, and Mrs. Powell. (UPI)...

John McCain: Annapolis ‘Bad Bunch’ rebel, defiant POW, Senate maverick

In a manner, John McCain educated within the artwork of defiance years earlier than his de-winged plane cratered at a Hanoi lake. His Vietnamese...