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A half-century ago, Black talent changed the complexion of the game — and opened up offenses.
The story of the Dark Lady of Osaka encapsulates the excesses and absurdity of Japan’s bubble era.
The final No. 1 single of Elvis’ career turns 50. OZY & Sony tell the story behind the hit.
Long before C.J. Walker made her fortune, Annie Malone became a self-made millionaire and revolutionized the Black beauty industry.
Thousands of Jews were left in internment camps with the very people who had sought their extermination.
This hostage crisis would make the reputation of Peru’s most controversial former president.
Arthur Schopenhauer had it all figured out. No wonder he remained single.
The 1969 Woodstock festival lost its original venue in Wallkill, New York, just weeks before it took place.
She gave up her life to be with St. Francis. So did the actress who played her.
This blinding case eventually led to repercussions — but its ill effects still echo in one Indian state.
Gadhafi’s legacy includes a three-story house in a leafy mid-Atlantic suburb.
Streaming is the big thing now, but ’90s kids know Sega was pioneering this 25 years ago.