Lady Liberty was not a gift from France, for one.
The Statue of Liberty is arguably the most famous sculpture in the world, yet few can recall the backstory of the 151-foot-tall colossus. Read More
Years before the Iran nuclear negotiations the U.S. wielded Stuxnet, “the world’s first digital weapon.”
Prior to the negotiations that produced the framework of a nuclear pact, the United States attempted to sabotage Iran’s nuclear program using a sophisticated digital weapon—Stuxnet. Read More
Robert Kingston Scott
Distinguished Civil War general turned coldblooded killer
“As unique a mixture of hero and rogue as ever wore a United States uniform.” Read More
The woman everyone recognizes but no one knows.
In “Mona Lisa: A Life Discovered,” journalist Dianne Hales introduces the reader to the most recognized artistic subject in history. Read More