A version of this famous painting hung on the wall of Sigmund Freud's psychoanalysis chamber for decades.
Most of us know Lincoln was born in a log cabin in Kentucky, but there's so much more to his early years than that--as you'll hear on the Second Decade podcast.
Can you imagine Hawkeye Pierce and Trapper John trading witty barbs in Norwegian?
Have a listen to this great podcast about a fascinating and horrible event in London's early modern history.
How a diphtheria outbreak in Alaska became the spark of one of the greatest adventures of the 20th century.
My friend Robert Horvat has a particular love for Pearl Jam. Thus he researched the historical reality behind the name of PJ's 1994 album "Vitalogy," [...]
Here is a very interesting article written by my friend and colleague Adam Turner, a fellow historian, about some of the emotional discoveries that one [...]
Ten days from now will be the 205th anniversary of the birth of Abraham Lincoln, arguably the greatest and most famous American who ever lived. [...]
How do you run a superpower when virtually your entire leadership team is dying of kidney failure?