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Murthy killed dozens of people, but then he devoted his life to stopping other would-be killer elephants.
In 1977, something very simple happened in New York City: The lights went out. But unlike the time before, all hell broke loose.
Paul Anderson, at age 22, made Soviet audiences gasp as he smashed records before their eyes.
For a generation of Parisian artists, she defined their era. They’re still remembered, but she is not.
Thirty-year-old lessons of the massive Caracazo protest can point to Venezuela’s real policy failure.
Dr. Rebecca Crumpler, the first Black woman to earn a medical degree in the U.S., was also a pioneering writer.
Television’s first news anchorman and modern-style broadcast were brought to you by the fine people at Camel cigarettes.
If you’re outnumbered in a battle, remember that you can always turn to showmanship.
Francis James Mitchell was part of an “acclimatization” movement that sent exotic species to distant lands.
The 1975 Banqiao Dam collapse was a manmade disaster that Beijing kept secret for decades.
Before Meghan Markle, an American’s romance with a royal prince captured the global imagination.
The world of near-disasters, as described by those who watched them unfold.