The writer helped the former president develop his best-selling memoirs before Grant's 1885 death.
On her coast-to-coast visit of the United States, Queen Elizabeth II’s younger sister made an impression with Hollywood elites and Washington D.C. leaders like Lyndon B. Johnson.
Following their historic walk on the moon, Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin and Michael Collins visited the monarch at Buckingham Palace.
Tubman continued to help slaves, becoming a leader of the Union and then serving the community until her death.
The evangelist quietly headed a group that sowed doubts about a Roman Catholic's ability to govern the country without being influenced by the Vatican.
Many of the writer's horror stories were based on a haunted reality.
Emblazoned with a reputation for sexual promiscuity, the longest-reigning Empress of Russia was actually a “serial monogamist” who sent her exes off with lovely parting gifts.
The labor leader turned the struggles of Mexican American farmworkers into a national issue, impressing the minister who had led the way in the Civil Rights Movement.
During her trip to confront Colleen Shipman, Nowak reportedly wore diapers to avoid bathroom breaks. Her actions inspired the 2019 movie 'Lucy in the Sky.'
Brought to life in 1940, the Caped Crusader's arch-nemesis has continued to inspire artists and actors, with Joaquin Phoenix as the latest to don the clown makeup.
Gandhi felt it was his responsibility to spread the message and power of non-violence, even appealing to the Nazi Dictator twice.
The baseball icon became one of his sport’s great players and left a legacy defined by his compassion and commitment to the well-being of others.
Throughout her life, the Supreme Court justice had many roadblocks — like diabetes — that tried to derail her path to Washington.
Eight women were mysteriously murdered in Jennings, Louisiana from 2005-2009 and as the investigation progressed, the small town's dark secrets began to unravel.
Since their mother's tragic death, the royals vow to keep her memory strong through their charitable hearts and loving actions.
On September 12, 1953, the future president and first lady married in a wedding that garnered national attention, but it wasn't without several bumps in the road.