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The marriage between the musician and model has remained steadfast through the highest of highs —and the lowest of lows.
On September 25, 1957, nine Black students courageously started their first full day at an all-white high school in Little Rock, Arkansas, amid an angry mob of students, pro-segregationist groups and a defiant governor.
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Check out some of the iconic film's most hilarious quotes.
Five people were murdered at the Long Island residence in 1974 and frightening tales about the home continue to spook.
A teacher, a childhood neighbor, even her grandmother are channeled into Rowling's characters.
On May 7, 1896, H.H. Holmes was hanged for the murder of his business partner Ben Pitezel. Before his execution, Holmes confessed to killing 27 people.
Oskar Schindler's story of how he saved countless Jews during World War II has been documented and celebrated through books and film, but his life after the war and how the "Schindler Jews" saved his life right back is lesser-known.
The real-life heroism of Jan and Antonina Zabinski, who helped save 300 Jews and insurgents during the Holocaust, has become a Hollywood movie.
While both were born to be stars, their striking parallels went beyond Hollywood.
In 1942, President Franklin D. Roosevelt authorized the relocation of Japanese Americans to internment camps. Take a look at some of those survivors' experiences in their own words.
Take a look at some remarkable facts on Mahatma Gandhi's life and celebrate his peaceful activism, which is very much alive today.