Doctors Without Borders is calling the epidemic "out of control" in three countries—and hundreds of unknowing infected could be spreading the deadly virus even farther.
Hessy Taft’s baby photograph was selected by the Nazi party as the ideal Aryan infant, but Joseph Goebbels’ propaganda machine never discovered that she was in fact Jewish.
A vicious Twitter smear campaign against the Harry Potter author may have been the work of secret agents, says one British pol.
An American chemist known as the ‘Godfather of Psychedelics,’ Alexander Shulgin originally promoted the drug now known as Ecstasy as an aid to talk therapy.
Christians have flocked to defend a church in eastern China after Communist Party officials claimed it was an "illegal construction" and announced plans to demolish it.
Jargon wherever it appears is the death of good prose and common sense.
The Week in Death
The chequered life of Clarissa Dickson Wright, the larger of the two stars on the eccentric cooking show Two Fat Ladies.
They fought alongside them, healed them, and often befriended them. But how do Finland’s Jews feel today about their uneasy—and little mentioned—alliance with the Nazis?
Little Irving Milchberg sold cigarettes to Nazi officers, while secretly smuggling arms to Jewish resistance fighters in the Warsaw Ghetto