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Leonardo DiCaprio Is Set to Star in Scorsese's Teddy Roosevelt Biopic
Leo is going to play Theo.
Trump's Interior Chief DGAF About National Monument Public Lands
Ryan Zinke is steering America's energy future backward and trying to destroy your favorite hiking trail in the process.
Teddy Roosevelt Loved Football, Except When It Brutalized His Son
President Theodore Roosevelt is remembered as an ardent football supporter, but his son Ted's high school and college playing injuries complicated his feelings about the sport's inherent violence.
110 Years of Football's Empty Culture Changes
The modern NFL proudly touts its "culture change," but a look at the game's history demonstrates how empty such promises have always been.
The Fashion Issue 2013
The Great Lost Expedition Brand
In 1903, during an Arctic mineral-hunting expedition, an geologist by the name of Ben Willis discovered that most clothing doesn’t hold up in 100 mph winds and -60 °F temperatures. Ben returned to New York and started designing garments that could...
In Which Big Game and Eugenics Go To Washington: or, Environmentalism Is Born (Part One)
In the aftermath of a rollicking dinner party in 1887, Teddy Roosevelt and his friends decided to start a club. It would be devoted to their shared passions: the thrill of the chase, pitting nature against human daring and ingenuity – a club for big...