Guatemalan immigrants, bringing with them unique skills and knowledge, are adapting to their new homes and communities in the Pacific Northwest.
More and more states are choosing to celebrate Indigenous Peoples' Day instead of Columbus Day.
As a lady-in-waiting to the Queen of England, Frances Stuart was known as much for her ability to fend off the advances of King Charles II as for her beauty.
In the precolonial Igbo states of West Africa, power was often wielded by male chiefs or elders, but women had their own forms of authority as well.
British history is witness to a long struggle to curtail the power of monarchs and redefine the regulations governing succession to the throne.
On September 27, 1822, the French philologist announced that he’d decrypted the key that would unlock Egypt’s ancient past.
A hundred years after the cosmopolitan city burnt to the ground, the truth about who started the fire and why remains a point of contention.
For pioneering journalist Bessie Beatty, women’s suffrage and the plight of labor were linked inextricably.
The failed campaign to put Lady Arbella Stuart in the line of succession began with a matchmaking scheme between her two grandmothers.
Drug use during World War II, especially by Nazis, was typically viewed as immoral. But what about when it was approved by leaders of the Royal Air Force?