During the height of the roaring twenties, radio took the world by storm. However, not everyone was listening to jazz and sipping bootlegged liquor.
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Unfortunately, history is full of myths and misconceptions. One of the strangest is that lemmings often commit mass suicide. What’s even more
Warren G. Harding served as the 29th President of the United States, and his life was shrouded in scandal well before (and during) his presidency.
Kirk Douglas, one of the greatest actors from the Golden Age of Hollywood, died in 2020 at the age of 103. After decades of fame, including 75 movie
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Of all the Kennedy children, Joseph “Joe” Jr. was chosen to be groomed for political ambitions. His father, Joseph Kennedy Sr., was a prominent
The final words of US presidents. Some are beautiful and inspiring, while others are tragic and grim. The following are 15 final phrases spoken by
John Lennon’s illustrious relationship with Yoko Ono inspired numerous classic Beatles songs, such as “Happiness is a Warm Gun” and “Get
Casey Kasem was arguably one of the most famous voices in the United States during the latter half of the 20th century. Hosting American Top 40 from
There are a number of murals across the United States that are dedicated to Johnny Cash, but only one has recently been in the news. Located in
The historic Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus is returning five years after announcing its retirement. The revamped circus show is set
Hardcore fans of The Crown might remember in season four when Queen Elizabeth II (Olivia Colman) tells Princess Margaret (Helena Bonham Carter) that
There’s an old saying that history remembers the victors. So today, we might assume that many people who have gone down in history were good
On September 22, 1975, Sara Jane Moore attempted to assassinate President Gerald Ford – but she wasn’t the first woman to try. Just 17 days