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.
His family arrived in the United States penniless, but by the end of the Gilded Age, Andrew Carnegie had amassed an unimaginable fortune.
The “Rad Lab” was the main research facility for the American radar program in the Second World War. But there’s virtually no record of it.
In the 1930s, nearly every leading scientist in America visited a private laboratory in Tuxedo Park.
Alfred Loomis made millions on Wall Street, then went on to develop the technology that helped win WWII.
Snakes, spiders, and howler monkeys are just a few of the things this filmmaking team encountered in the Amazon.
A filmmaking team ventures into the Amazon to bring to life Teddy Roosevelt’s harrowing journey down an uncharted river.
When Theodore Roosevelt was near death on the banks of an uncharted river in the Brazilian Amazon, he pleaded with his son to leave him behind. But Kermit Roosevelt refused.