Some of the most well-known cities in the world have gone through at least one name change.
The Gold Star Family license plate has its roots in a custom that began during World War I.
The three-day Civil War battle was a badly needed win for the North—but like all victories, it came with a price.
In the 1940s, residents near Hanford, Washington, were getting dosed with the radioactive equivalent of Three Mile Island every day.
Europe saw no shortage of bloody conflicts in the 19th century, and one of the most important was the clash of empires in Crimea.