The Herero Genocide: Germany’s First Mass Murder
Decades before the Holocaust, the German Empire committed the 20th century's first genocide.
Reconstruction From Ancient Skull Reveals What Humans Looked Like 9,500 Years Ago
Unearthed decades ago near Jerusalem, the skull offers a glimpse into one of history's first human civilizations.
Archaeologists Unearth Pendant With Possible Connection To Anne Frank
While digging at a concentration camp site, researchers uncovered a charm with a haunting past.
True Stories Of The Japanese-American Internment Program
The Japanese-American internment camps serve as a stark reminder of what angry, frightened Americans are capable of.
How Do Governments Around The World View Abortion?
Abortion remains a hot topic around the world — here's how governments outside the U.S. view the issue.
How The Face Of White Nationalism Changed His Mind On Race
Many regarded Derek Black as the future of white nationalism — but then he went to college, and abandoned the movement entirely.
Inside The Alt-Right: An Explainer
The alt-right has come from nowhere to reshape Western politics. Who are these people, what do they want, and where do they want to take the U.S.?
The 5 Most Disastrous Presidential Inaugurations In U.S. History
Even if Trump's inauguration goes badly, it still may be better than these disastrous inaugurations of years past.
The Dark Secret of America’s WWII German Death Camps
At the end of World War II, the U.S. opened camps of its own, where perhaps a million German prisoners died in secret.
Scientists Can Now “Turn On” The Killer Instincts Of Mice
Is it "The Walking Dead" but with mice? Kinda.
Saturn’s Largest Moon Looks A Lot Like Earth, NASA Photos Reveal
And NASA data suggests that this unique moon might just be able to support life, too.