The case's 84 plaintiffs were exposed to radioactive black rain as babies or children. Now in their late 70s to 90s, they're finally recognized as A-bomb victims in a landmark ruling.
Survivors of Japanese Internment Are Horrified Trump Is Using a Former Facility to Detain Migrant Kids
“We’ve already heard of psychological issues among children in these shelters,” said former U.S. Representative Norman Mineta.
A new bill introduced by Tammy Duckworth, Mazie Hirono, and Mark Takano will ban the US from detaining individuals on the basis of race, ethnicity, national origin, religion, gender, or sexual orientation.
Trenches that were filled with explosives often ended up as farm fields, still laced with forgotten bombs.
The ship was torpedoed and sunk in July 1943.
Police decided not to bring in the bomb squad after realizing the explosive was edible.
"I prefer younger men—the old ones are no fun. But I haven't actually wanted a boyfriend for ages. It would be such a burden to be in a relationship at my age."
Authorities believe all 75 pieces may have entered the country with top Third Reich leaders fleeing prosecution after WWII.
How the 79-year-old military weapon made its way from the Third Reich to a western Idaho backyard remains a mystery.
VR engineers are wading through archival records and code to recreate our most important moments.
The Amber Room, a jewel worth hundreds of millions, vanished during World War II. Russia would spend two decades recreating it.
Between the end of her silent film career and her 50s comeback, the actress brought Jewish inventors to America to collaborate on patents. Whether it was philanthropic or exploitative remains up for debate.