By now all of you have heard or seen Trump’s slogan of “Make America Great Again.”
Have you ever thought that high school graduates today… well, just don’t seem to know or understand as much as they once did?
Difficulties in dating fossils have plagued anthropology since its inception.
The term has gone through a considerable evolution, or devolution, depending on whom you ask.
'This was more than just precocious knowledge: this was intuitive judgment of the highest order.'
Here's some advice on a starting point.
A new poll suggests Americans answer that question differently than America’s Founders would have. Who’s right?
Test yourself with these 15 questions on world history.
Without Moses there would be no Bible, no Judaism, no Christianity, and no Islam.
A few months ago Donald Trump was Alcibiades. This week he is Cleon.
Why do Americans continue to have such confidence in their local schools?
Is this what's actually going on?
When it comes to Western civilization, we have reached a moment of decision.
Here are 20 medieval rulers, saints, men and women depicted in medieval art.
A powerful clip.
National Geographic's list of "the most influential figures of ancient history" is comprised mostly of strong men, and it omits a key religious figure.
President Clinton had some strong words for the welfare system... as did these eight other men.
Vespasian's last words: 'Oh dear, I think I'm becoming a god.'
It's a legitimate question.
Would the practices of the Boston Latin School help restore order and rigor to today’s classrooms?
For much of the twentieth century, political leaders and moralists vilified pinball machines as gateways to gambling and excess.
Ben Franklin read this work and approved of the idea.
Is America suffering from "the Punic Curse"?
Jay Mathews asserts that today’s Common Core writing standards bore students and discourage writing, and insists we must choose another way.
The U.S. military is everywhere, except history books.
We read this tragedy through the emotion-obsessed eyes of Romanticism, a movement that did not emerge until 200 years after the play was written.
Mirza Salih was invited to Cambridge to help translate the Bible into Persian.
The Soviet Premier had a habit of erasing from history those who fell out of his favor. Here is a wonderful example.