A car buyer in New Jersey claims his 1942 Mercedes was one of 8 cars manufactured specifically for the Fuhrer and his top generals.
10 Things You Didn’t Know About the Fourth of July
WATCH: Did Easter Island’s Famous Statues ‘Walk’?
Researchers demonstrate that ancient Easter Islanders might have used ropes and manpower to “walk” the massive figures to their final resting place
Doris Kearns Goodwin Joins Twitter. You’re Welcome
TIME’s own Mark Halperin helped the Pulitzer Prize-winning historian sign up and send her first tweet during an appearance on ‘Meet the Press’.
Sold! English Letter from Napoleon Goes for $400,000 at Auction
One of only 3 existing English-language letters by the French emperor-general sold for five times its estimated price.
Annie Get Your Gun: Oakley’s Rifle Goes For $143,400 At Auction
Items from the estate of the great Western sharpshooter fetched more than half a million dollars in total.
Do You Know These Civil War Family Members?
The Museum of the Confederacy is releasing eight photos in the hopes the public can shed some light on their long-lost owners.
Just Big-Boned? Dinosaurs Skinnier Than Once Thought, Scientists Say
Do these sauropod fossils make me look fat?
Rum Wars: The U.S.-Cuba Battle over Havana Club May Be Nearing an End
An end is in sight after a decade of warring over the rights to the liquor label.
Discovered: The Story of the Doctor Who Tried to Save Abraham Lincoln
The report by a 23-year-old army surgeon present that night at Ford’s Theater had sat forgotten in a file of medical reports for 147 years.
Could New Clues Solve Amelia Earhart Disappearance?
One of the 20th century’s most enduring mysteries may at last finally be drawing to a close.
Who Was Our First Gay President?
It’s not Obama, that’s for sure: historians say the most likely candidate is James Buchanan.