Don’t let the title deter you. Like failure, boredom is an unavoidable part of the human experience and deserves further consideration.
One-of-a-kind museum and hall of fame preserves the history of an industry born of and dependent on failure.
Noah Webster Jr. wrote a hundred million selling book—“the Harry Potter of its day,” says biographer Joshua Kendall—and it wasn’t the dictionary.
Martin Davidson tells the world a dark family secret—that his German grandfather was a dyed-in-the-wool Nazi, an SA Sturmführer, and a captain in Heinrich Himmler’s SS—and finds it a liberating experience.
The story surrounding Washington Territory v. Leschi, an Indian (1857), and why the decision was reviewed in 2004.
John Hinckley Jr.’s attempt on Ronald Reagan’s life set the stage for a politically successful presidency.