In 1925, the State of Tennessee v. John Thomas Scopes pit traditional Christian beliefs against evolution.
Max Schmeling convinced the U.S. Olympic Committee to attend the 1936 Olympic games.
In 1898, the Supreme Court ruled that Wong Kim Ark had acquired U.S. citizenship at birth.
The Hawaiian people had done everything in their power not to be annexed by the United States.
The first white Americans to settle in the Islands arrived in the 1820s.
Who is this? Our team turned to Facebook, then headed to Memphis to find out.
The law school grad was just 24 when he was handed the position of running the “Radical Division” at the Justice Department.
After a bomb exploded at his own home, A. Mitchell Palmer created what came to be known as the “Radical Division” within the Justice Department.
The Gilded Age entrepreneur was determined to have a workplace that was guided by the golden rule.
The assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King forever bound the two men in history.
Women couldn’t run for elected office in Kansas, but Mary Elizabeth Lease was a political force to be reckoned with.
Henry George’s message about the haves and the have nots helped ignite a movement that swept the nation.