A 150-year-old document bans Queen Elizabeth and other guests from dancing in the Royal Box at London's Royal Albert Hall.
Buckingham Palace will host a pudding contest as part of the Queen's Platinum Jubilee celebrations to be named after the 95-year-old monarch.
STATE JOURNAL VIEW: Never forget that U.S. Rep. Scott Fitzgerald and Tom Tiffany voted to undermine our democracy following the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol -- and Sen. Ron Johnson helped
Today most societies take the A.D. time system for granted. That wasn’t always the case.
After more than five years, a retired Tucson editor has completed profiles of all 1,177 sailors and Marines who died on the USS Arizona on Dec. 7, 1941.
The State Journal editorial board has endorsed Democrats and Republicans for president in modern history. Scroll down to see who the newspaper…
The year was filled with stories about snow, history, walnuts, the Driftless Area, Rustic Roads and museums.
LOS ANGELES — When Matthew Specktor decided to start writing in earnest as a college sophomore, Joan Didion was on his mind. Specktor, who grew up a few blocks from Didion’s Santa Monica home in the early 1980s, wanted to write about Los Angeles too, and he understood that Didion not only offered historical context — she was historical context. “She set me back 10 years, because I had to write ...
"It's a stunning revelation," said maritime archaeologist James Delgado of the Florida-based SEARCH Inc.
A social history of Concord in the 19th century examines the ways changes in the town influenced Emerson and Thoreau. "The Transcendentalists and Their World" by Robert A. Gross; Farrar, Straus, and Giroux (864 pages, $40) ——— Ralph Waldo Emerson relocated to Concord, Massachusetts, in 1834 to live with the Rev. Ezra Ripley, his step-grandfather. On July 4, 1837, at the dedication of a ...
In this episode of Behind the Headlines, host Teri Barr talks with Tulsa World Editor Jason Collington and reporters Randy Krehbiel and Kendrick Marshall. They share some of the new information learned while covering the anniversary of the Tulsa Race Massacre this year, along with the many things that remain unknown, and why a search for answers still continues. The horrible historic event, which left 35 square blocks in ashes and hundreds dead over the course of Memorial Day weekend 1921, erased decades of success for African Americans who had built solid homes and prosperous businesses in the Greenwood District of the city, also known as “Black Wall Street.” Many believe it started when a young black man, 19-year-old Dick Rowland, was accused of assaulting the white elevator operator, 17-year-old Sarah Page, triggering the mayhem that followed. "Revisit the history of the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre": https://tulsaworld.com/news/revisit-the-history-of-tulsas-race-massacre-of-1921/article_0e9e3208-a109-11ea-8fcb-d779f15e9e22.html 2009 coverage, "The Questions That Remain": https://www.tulsaworld.com/app/race-riot/default.html See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Colvin, now 82, was arrested when she was 15 for refusing to give up her seat to a white person on a bus in Montgomery about nine months before Rosa Parks' far more famous arrest for a similar act.
Time has chosen a Person of the Year each year since 1927 (well, it was called "Man of the Year" or "Woman of the Year" until 1999). Here's a …
A collection of front pages from The Racine Journal Times published on this day in history, decade by decade, from 1901 to 2001.