Not only do tourists visit battlefields and war camps, but also rumored sightings of visitors from the other world.FULL STORY
The Executive Mansion isn't just home to the First Family. It's also home to a variety of...ghosts.FULL STORY
One established enduring political institutions, the other plunged into violence and terror. Why did the American and French revolutions turn out so differently?FULL STORY
'The World at War,' a 26-part TV series about the Second World War, debuted on this date in 1973 in Britain. It’s the greatest television documentary ever made.FULL STORY
My personal experiences working on the hit television show, Deadliest Warrior!FULL STORY
It was David's first time firing a gun, and it might be David's last time firing a gun. Timber!FULL STORY
These numbers on ISIS and Operation Inherent Resolve, the mission to destroy ISIS, will absolutely shock you.FULL STORY
America’s pastime shines brightest on the game’s grandest stage.FULL STORY
'The War of the Worlds' aired on CBS Radio on this date in 1938, depicting a Martian invasion of Earth. Mass panic in the listening public! (Well, no, but a fair amount of worry.)FULL STORY
U.S. Central Command (CENTCOM) released new videos of the latest Operation Inherent Resolve airstrikes intended to "degrade and destroy" ISIS.FULL STORY
Who should we thank for the Internet? The United States military.FULL STORY
This is the Eighth-part of our discussion of Britain in the so-called Age of Arthur: the 5th though the mid-6th Century A.D. It is a fascinating period, with the Classical civilization of Greece and Rome giving way to the Germanic “Dark Ages”. It was the sunset of Celtic-Roman culture in Britain; it was the Age of Arthur!FULL STORY
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