Catherine Howard may have been married to Henry VIII, but history has not been kind to her. Maybe she needs to lawyer up.
Ada Lovelace was a woman two centuries before her time, pioneering the science behind whatever it is you’re reading this on. The true motherboard of computer science.
Doubt is now being leveled at Christine Blasey Ford in the wake of the FBI’s findings, but that shouldn’t distract from what we women regularly face.
Leonard Bernstein was one of the few who defined a city; and while he was quintessentially New York, his reach ventured far beyond the Hudson.
The name Hercules is famous the world over. He’s been a cartoon, an adhesive pitchman, a punchline to an Eddie Murphy joke. But what did he actually do? Well …
For numerous and varied excuses, the achievements of women are lost to history. However, we’ve found two that deserve their day in the sun. Fair’s fair.
They may seem hokey, bland, and solely in the possession of your more boring relatives, but puzzles are rather crucial. They stop our brains turning to mush. So, lay off.
I recently traveled to the West Bank for the first time, a trip that showed the shared and divided ground between Palestinians and Jews.
It has been turned into fiction, it has worn the faces of Brando and Gibson, but what actually happened on the Bounty?
“Machiavellian” is a term attached to any leader we see as dangerous. But which modern nutcase actually fits the definition?