The difference between misinformation and disinformation boils down to the intent behind it (or lack thereof). Plus, a handy trick for knowing which term to use when the time comes.
In 1992, Nickelodeon assembled items important to the kids of the day, put them in a big orange time capsule, and buried it in front of Nickelodeon Studios in Universal Studios. Here’s the full list.
Bodybuilder-turned-actor-turned-politician Arnold Schwarzenegger was once thrown in a military prison for running away to pose in a competition.
He’s best remembered for saying “Give me liberty or give me death,” but did Henry actually utter those words?
Gen Xers and Millennials uttered a collective gasp on May 9, 2023, when Paramount announced it was shutting down MTV News after more than three decades of operation.
From serving in the Iraq War to becoming the first U.S. senator to give birth in office, Tammy Duckworth has an impressive history of overcoming adversity with grit and humor.
From singers to scientists and athletes to activists, here are 130 amazing women who have changed the world for the better.
For the second year in a row, ‘TIME’ has singled out a dozen actors, sports figures, and activists making a difference in the world.
Jimmy Carter, the 39th president of the United States, was one of the most esteemed humanitarians ever to hold the office. He was also once chased by a wild rabbit.
We're 30 seconds closer to theoretical nuclear annihilation than the last time it was reset in 2020.
Lady Jane Grey is seen as an innocent victim of Tudor Dynasty politics, and her rightfulness to the crown is debated to this day.
In 1957, South Carolina Senator Strom Thurmond made a marathon argument against integration.
Casting your ballot in a house of worship may influence you more than you realize.
The woman known as "Jane Roe" left an enormous mark on the nation’s political landscape—one that’s still at the fore a half-century later.
Our 30th president, born on the Fourth of July in 1872, once pardoned a raccoon.
The original recipes for Watergate salad appeared during the Watergate scandal. But who named it?
The Watergate scandal didn’t actually result in Richard Nixon’s impeachment—but it did generate months of riveting congressional hearings.
The historic moments that happened at these desks—and the Senate VIPs who sat behind them—mean that some have taken on lives of their own.
‘The Handmaid’s Tale’ has landed on plenty of banned books lists before. Author Margaret Atwood wants to keep other books off them.
Since 1485 English (and later British) cultural periods have been named after the monarch or group of monarchs who occupied the throne.