From American history and culture to the United States’ vast natural beauty, enjoy All That Is Interesting’s collection of articles and photographs about the United States!
3 Notorious Cases Of Trusted Media Outlets Spreading Fake News
There's a reason that polls consistently show Americans' surging distrust in the news media.
Life Inside The Civil War’s Most Dangerous Submarine
How history's first combat sub changed warfare forever — then vanished.
British Punk Rocker Turned ISIS Recruiter, The ‘White Widow,’ Killed In Syria
Jones, who was once a member of an all-girl punk band, joined ISIS after converting to Islam and traveling to Syria in 2013.
The Haunted History Of Los Angeles’ Killer Hotel
Since opening in 1927, the Cecil Hotel has had a reputation as one of LA's most haunted buildings thanks to its murderous guests and many deaths.
The My Lai Massacre: 33 Disturbing Photos Of The War Crime The U.S. Got Away With
Is this Vietnam War massacre the greatest shame in the history of the U.S. military?
The Hitler Family Is Alive And Well — But They’re Determined To End The Bloodline
There are five remaining members of the Hitler bloodline. If they have their way, it will end with them.
WWII Nazi POW Returns To American Prison Camp To Say ‘Thank You’
“No guard called us nasty names. I had a better life as a prisoner than my mother and sister back home in Germany,” said the former POW.
Civil War Letter Shows The Phrase “Kick Ass” Is 100 Years Older Than We Thought
We thought the phrase was born in just 1962. We were wrong.
21 Candid Photos Of U.S. Presidents Caught With Their Guard Down
Wonderfully weird photos of presidents who may not have realized there were cameras around.
Olive Oatman, The Mormon Girl Who Was Raised By The Mohave
Raised by Mohave Native Americans after her family was slaughtered, Olive Oatman was destined for a complicated double life.
Man Who Raped 12-Year-Old Awarded Joint Custody Of The Child Conceived During The Assault
"This is all crazy," said the victim. "They never explained anything to me."