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The war-torn nation now known as Congo led most of the world on mobile tech.
Monopolistic policies ensured that Chevys were expensive, unwanted … and that absolutely everyone needed one.
Bunny Sandler’s employment woes led to a landmark law that resonates today.
From haute cuisine to Jell-O shots, oh, how the mighty have fallen.
The first Native American to write a novel in English lived a life chock-full of contradictions.
Poet Natalie Clifford Barney became a champion of gay rights, simply by refusing to follow the rules.
Eugenio Velasco defended Marxists at a time when it was extremely dangerous to do so.
When Yale would not listen to their pleas for equal treatment, the college’s 1976 women’s crew team took the matter, and history, into their own hands.
The growth of chain stores like A&P in the early 20th century sparked a massive backlash, one with plenty of parallels to today.
Long before his dramatic death in court this week, the Egyptian leader made a critical mistake.
The film giant created the first digital camera … but made decisions that let it be overrun in the digital age.
Lucy Dudko would stop at nothing to free her armed-robber boyfriend from the clink.