These nine artists lost their lives on or near the battlefield as they tried to record the realities of war for faraway audiences.
How Mary Mallon, an asymptomatic carrier of typhoid, became one of the most dangerous women in America
Joseph McCarthy vaulted to fame as a fearmongering senator. But the war record that got him elected was more fiction than fact.
In the Time of Coronavirus, Social Distancing is Better When You Read (Or Reread) the Classics of War
Our best of the best reading material while hunkered down and riding out the pandemic.
In August 1997, a scientist named Johan Hultin from San Francisco traveled to Brevig Mission and, with permission of the town’s elders, excavated the local cemetery to try and unearth a victim of the outbreak buried deep within the frozen tundra.