We list ‘em all, from Baby Cambridge to “Fetus King” Shapur II.
Nearly 50 years ago, A LIFE cover story warned that the government is snooping on Americans far too much. Some of that story could have been written this week, amid revelations that the Obama administration is collecting Americans’ phone records.
Some believe that the images depict a wing of Earhart’s two-engine Lockheed Electra from her doomed 1937 flight.
She was thrown out, or at least her head was, with the remains of other animals – dogs, horses, squirrels – and other debris that the colonists discarded during the winter of 1609-1610.
The 60,000-ton stone structure is larger than a Boeing 747 and could date back over 4,000 years.
He is best-known for his contributions to pure mathematics, calculus and Sudoku.
The bard’s mysterious early life is revealed.
Former UK Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher and her controversial conservative policies inspired a slew of protest songs during the 1980s.
Did you know the Baroness may have helped invent soft-serve ice cream?
New research suggests the playwright illegally hoarded grain during a time of famine and repeatedly evaded tax.
Call it educational.
The engagement ring Napoleon Bonaparte gave to his wife Joséphine goes up for auction this weekend near Paris