How three states, two historians and one blurry photograph created a bitter battle over the Wright Brothers
More than half of Americans still believe in them
One of the last remaining witnesses to the orchestra’s funeral march speaks about his experience
A new book, Inside the Red Border, celebrates the magazine’s 90-year history. A look at the greatest covers that never ran, the woman who has been on the magazine’s front page more than any other, and the story that unleashed the greatest number of complaints in the magazine’s history
Fifty years after John F. Kennedy’s assassination, another wave of conspiracy theories has arrived. One little-known professor has spent his last 20 years fighting the skeptics.
TIME explains Daylight Saving Time
With a single phrase, Martin Luther King Jr. joined Jefferson and Lincoln in the ranks of men who’ve shaped modern America
Abraham Lincoln was, on balance, an astute judge of character, but now and then he made a mistake. Unfortunately, during the months that led to Gettysburg, those mistakes involved the commanders of the Army of the Potomac.
The noted chronicler of U.S. military history explores the thoughts of a fictional Confederate fighter as he prepares his troops for Pickett’s Charge
On June 24, 1973, a flash fire tore through a gay bar in New Orleans’ French Quarter. In less than 20 minutes, 32 people were killed, dozens more critically injured and the ones who managed to escape watched helplessly as friends …
A sonar image released by The International Group for Historic Aircraft Recovery on May 28, 2013 displays what could be the remains of aviator Amelia Earhart’s two-engine Lockheed Electra plane.
For nearly a century, the United States has been one of the fiercest advocates and practitioners of marijuana prohibition in the world. At the height of the America’s anti-pot fervor in the 1950s and ’60s, one could even …
Almost 150 years after his death, Lincoln has never been more popular — especially for companies.