White supremacists are still drawn to Stone Mountain, where the modern Klan was born and where carved images of Rebel leaders loom over a Georgia park.
The company's founder, a WWII cryptologist, wanted to sell baby furniture but quickly realized toys would keep customers coming back.
Lego, the Danish company founded more than 80 years ago, recently laid off 1,400 employees, but the company has overcome financial struggles before.
Stanislav Petrov, a former military officer for the Soviet Union, died earlier this year.
The CIA gave its Trailblazer award to retired covert operative Greg Vogle, long known as Greg V., as it celebrated its 70th anniversary Monday.
Ken Burns's new Vietnam documentary looks at Fonda's controversial 1972 visit to Hanoi.
Two days after a massive hurricane hit Tampa and St. Petersburg in October 1921, the St. Petersburg Times told the story of seven people who survived the sinking of their fishing trawler, the Hypnotist.
One hundred years after a rampage that left 19 people dead, descendants of three of the hanged soldiers have petitioned the Trump administration for posthumous pardons.
In 1955, hurricanes Connie and Diane hit North Carolina just days apart. The damage was catastrophic up and down the Eastern Seaboard.