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5 Famous “Revolutionaries” That Were Anything But

5 Famous “Revolutionaries” That Were Anything But

Some of history's most fiery "revolutionaries" were anything but, and some of them even seem to have been working the opposing side.
Inside Turn-Of-The-Century New York’s Immigrant Slums

Inside Turn-Of-The-Century New York’s Immigrant Slums

Millions of immigrants spread across the U.S. — hundreds of thousands took up residence in New York City.
31 Landmark Historical Events You Had No Idea Were Actually Photographed

31 Landmark Historical Events You Had No Idea Were Actually Photographed

These rare historical photos finally provide a look at landmark events you didn't know were even photographed like this in the first place.
The Most Outlandish CIA Programs Of The Cold War

The Most Outlandish CIA Programs Of The Cold War

Inside the CIA's Cold War-era plans for mind control, psychic spies, and one horrifying cat.
50 Photos That Encapsulate The ’60s

50 Photos That Encapsulate The ’60s

Perhaps the most testing and transformative decade the modern world has seen.
What We Loved This Week, Oct. 23 – 29

What We Loved This Week, Oct. 23 – 29

Marilyn Monroe prepares for a night out, alien landscapes here on Earth, enormous Chinese lantern sculptures, museums of death and destruction, and Native American portraits.
35 Images That Capture The Beatniks’ Heyday In New York City

35 Images That Capture The Beatniks’ Heyday In New York City

"Like, man, if you’re beat, where else is there to go but Greenwich Village, Earth? Like, it’s Endsville, man, you dig?"
33 Striking Portraits Of Native American Culture In The Early 20th Century

33 Striking Portraits Of Native American Culture In The Early 20th Century

Over the course of 30 years, Edward Curtis took 40,000 photos of 100 indigenous American tribes.
21 Theodore Roosevelt Quotes That’ll Teach You How To Truly Live Your Life

21 Theodore Roosevelt Quotes That’ll Teach You How To Truly Live Your Life

These words will make anyone feel fearless.
Inside Oregon’s “White Utopia” Origins

Inside Oregon’s “White Utopia” Origins

The state is considered a hub for progressive thought, but does history back up this claim?
How The U.S. Government Has Supported The Deaths Of Hundreds Of Thousands

How The U.S. Government Has Supported The Deaths Of Hundreds Of Thousands

The U.S. has aligned itself with some truly brutal regimes in order to promote and protect its own interests. For thousands around the world, that alliance has proven fatal.