A look into the history of this term and style of smooch.
The measure is being praised as a "life-saving law” that has placed the state “on the right side of history.”
George Conway and others on Twitter have been taking swipes at the president's questionable claim that he “spent a lot of time” at Ground Zero.
Nearly 150 scholars asked the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum to stop rejecting analogies to the Holocaust when discussing border detention centers.
Surviving protestors from the Stonewall riots look back on how the uprising began, 50 years later.
Wolf and BBC host Matthew Sweet handled the awkward situation remarkably well.
Filipino American farmers on Bainbridge Island, Washington, cared for the properties of their Japanese American neighbors during World War II. Their bonds still exist today.
Medieval historians try to explain the intricacies of Tyrion and Sansa's relationship.
When you look back in history, these "hysteria" symptoms sound an awful lot like endometriosis.
A 2011 Pew research poll found that nearly 48 percent of Americans still believe the Civil War was a fight over “states rights.”
Joan of Leeds reportedly tricked her fellow nuns into burying a dummy in her place and ran away from her York convent.
How does our failure to teach about slavery’s brutal legacy affect our ability to solve the issues facing our country today?
"They’ve done more to hurt the credibility of this country’s institution as a democracy than anything in history," he told Fox News host Laura Ingraham.
The truth is our early ancestors didn’t all die at 30 — and medical science has given us less of a boost than you think.
Sen. Kamala Harris has made a name for herself in the Senate with her tough questions against figures like former Attorney General Jeff Sessions. Now, Harris might be considering a run for president.
The use of DNA tests to claim “Native American” genes or blood trivializes history.