Meredith G. F. Worthen is an Associate Professor of Sociology and elected faculty member of the Women’s and Gender Studies Program at the University of Oklahoma. Her work examines feminism, gender, deviance and LGBTQ identities. She is also the creator of The Welcoming Project.
Real-life heroes Spencer Stone, Alek Skarlatos, and Anthony Sadler portray themselves in 'The 15:17 to Paris,' Clint Eastwood's retelling of how they incapacitated a crazed gunman and saved closed to 600 lives on board a train in August 2015.
The much-anticipated second season of 'American Crime Story' examines the events leading up to Versace's death and explores the cultural context of his murder, including the homophobic climate of the 1990s.
Here's a primer on the true-crime case of brothers Lyle and Erik Menendez who were sentenced to life in prison for murdering their parents in 1989.
A look back at the victims of the Salem Witch Trials and the mass hysteria that led to their deaths.
Here's a look at three women scientists who were trailblazers during a time when men dominated the field of science.
On July 19-20, 1848, the Seneca Falls Convention triggered and solidified the women's rights movement in America. We look back at the women who led the historic event and how it inspired generations of activism.
In “American Ripper,” a new eight-part series premiering on HISTORY on July 11th, the great-great-grandson of H.H. Holmes claims “America’s First Serial Killer” was London’s notorious “Jack the Ripper.”
The historic uprising at the Stonewall Inn in Greenwich Village parked the modern LGBT rights movement in the U.S.
Take a look back at the tragic unsolved murder of the six-year-old beauty queen that still captures America's attention.