Generations of Italians made Libya their home, only to be forced out in 1970 with nowhere to go.
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Love it or hate it, Marmite has a storied history like no other breakfast spread.
Sometimes it doesn’t pay to ignore a changing climate.
Pim Fortuyn, an openly gay and anti-Islam Dutch politician, was assassinated nine days before the election.
The man who sits behind the desk in the Oval Office is rarely the same person who first walked through its door.
Italians once loved the delicacy of crunchy whole birds. Today, legal restrictions block the rifle.
A Canadian nurse shared a medicine man’s remedy for cancer with thousands of patients, giving them a new lease on life.
This bizarre psychological phenomenon explains historical cases of supposed devil possession and much more.
It’s little wonder that this was grandpa’s favorite dish.
This daunting fort saw the most daring escape of the Spanish Civil War.
No coach, league or school defined Dr. J’s basketball style — his greatness was born on the blacktop.
Americans began assessing their presidents’ first 100 days with Franklin D. Roosevelt, and presidents have been trying to live up to it ever since.