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Love it or hate it, Marmite has a storied history like no other breakfast spread.
A former slave who made millions and played host to the president — in the heart of segregated Tennessee.
Sometimes novelists can predict the future with uncanny accuracy. Exhibit one: the sinking of the Titan.
Japanese women often went to temple — not to pray, but to beg for an out from their marriages.
One year before Abraham Lincoln was murdered, his assassin’s brother came to the rescue of the president’s eldest son.
A fateful failure in Hillary Clinton’s past may have shaped her future — and the nation’s.
Frances Glessner Lee was an heiress, a genteel hostess … and the forensics visionary who created death scenes in miniature to train homicide detectives.
How did this great political visionary get so blindsided?
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America and Russia used to be the best of friends. Here’s what happened and why it fell apart.
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This pioneering female attorney wasn’t afraid to take on clients charged with dodgy crimes, and she often won.
The Delaware man who cast the deciding vote for American independence did so after a ride that puts Paul Revere’s to shame.
The most popular book in the late 18th century was also its most lethal.