Catalina de Erauso wore her armor proudly — until she had to take it off to save her life.
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Philadelphia cops turned their sights on local residents deemed terrorists, destroying homes and killing 11.
In the ’50s and ’60s Peru’s Cabo Blanco was “the spot” for reeling them in.
This is the true story of a Black Canadian woman who took a seat and refused to get up — nine years before Rosa Parks.
Designs by the celebrated architect, who was born 150 years ago today, were rejected, but one of his ideas eventually morphed into this iconic sports venue.
Spree and serial killers were vying for newsprint in late ’70s NY. Everyone shoulda seen this one coming.
Painting intricate images of war, Elizabeth Thompson Butler was a woman who changed art.
Some of the best inventions of our time were created by accident. One of them is edible, and we want some now.
The Spanish Civil War drew thousands of volunteers from America and Britain. Among them were six Indians.
With just days to go before the next British election, it’s time to look back at previous U.K. campaign gaffes.
When it came to product endorsements, Amelia Earhart was the LeBron James of her age.
Caterina Sforza, warrior noblewoman extraordinaire, did just that.