The great American steak houses are about a lot more than just good steak. They tell a key part of the American story.
In April 1940, agents working for Stalin murdered tens of thousands of people here. Why? They were afraid of them thinking too much.
In my upcoming online interactive class, you'll not only learn about the Second World War in great depth from a Ph.D. historian, you'll see the places it happened.
Dr. Henry Abramson profiles some startling new scholarship on a fascinating text from the Holocaust era, with major implications in Jewish history and theology.
Seventy-two years ago today, on August 6, 1945, the United States dropped the first atom bomb used in combat on the Japanese city of Hiroshima, [...]
How did America's most iconic airline of all time rise to its great heights, and plunge to its depths in a few short decades?
Are creepy clowns really stalking the dark places of America? Or is it some sort of mass hysteria? Maybe a bit of both.
Though beloved by millions for decades, Smokey's environmental legacy is not entirely positive.
Written with co-author Lucas Erickson, "Eyes of War," just completed, is the novel I am most proud of so far.
I have challenged Robert Horvat to a chess match that will play out at virtually a global distance. Who will prevail?