From America’s most famous folk heroes to beautiful photographs of John F. Kennedy, enjoy All That Is Interesting’s fascinating articles about American history!
The 10 Deadliest Mass Shootings In U.S. History
Inside America's devastating, decades-long propensity for gun violence on a massive scale.
This Week In History News, Sept. 24 – 30
Secret JFK assassination records to be released, ancient Black Sea shipwrecks found, and Paul Revere's outhouse uncovered.
Why Scientists Are Hoping To Find Paul Revere’s Poop
Archaeologists hope that their findings will shed more light on the diet and habits of Paul Revere and the people of his time.
Who Were The Four Men That Have Killed U.S. Presidents?
Discover the seldom-heard stories of four of the most famous murderers in history.
No, The Civil War Wasn’t About “States’ Rights” — Just Slavery
The war was about just one states' right: the right to own slaves.
John Wayne Gacy: The Original Killer Clown
Having killed 33 people, John Wayne Gacy, also known as "Pogo the Clown," is remembered as one of America's most terrifying serial killers.
The Tragic Story Of The Jonestown Massacre, Modern History’s Largest Mass “Suicide”
Were the hundreds who literally drank the "Kool-Aid" deranged cultists or desperate victims?
Who Really Killed JFK? Soon-To-Be-Released Government Documents May Have All The Answers
Here's a look at what's expected to be released.
This Week In History News, Sept. 17 – 23
Meet the man who just might be history's most infamous serial killer.
Could You Pass This Literacy Test Designed To Prevent Blacks From Voting?
Literacy tests were intended to make sure voters were educated enough to vote, but proved to be highly prejudicial against black voters.
Lyndon Johnson Orders Pants While Belching And Talking About His “Bunghole” [AUDIO]
"And another thing...the crotch, down where your nuts hang, is always a little too tight."