In the early summer of 1914, Europe had no idea what was coming its way. Are we in a similar daze today?
Here's another great run-down of some of the historical anniversaries that are coming up in the month of May.
Two momentous events in American history occurred within days of one another in mid-April 1865. Their effects continue to reverberate today.
Were Presidents elected in years ending in zero really "cursed" to die in office? In reality the pattern is a lot more random than it might seem.
The famous 1979 accident at Three Mile Island made nuclear power a much bigger gamble, politically and economically speaking.
Two eerily similar fire disasters, one in 1911, another in 1958, occurred within a five-block area of New York. Are these tragedies somehow linked?
New York was buried by the late-winter blizzard, turning a city of gas lights and horse-drawn carriages into a deadly winter nightmare.
Kennedy's message of hope and challenge still resonates, while other more recent inaugurals are immediately forgotten.
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?
Leave it to an original Netflix series to depict environmental history as accurately as I've ever seen it on the screen.