When it came to racism, the pen was Stan Lee’s superpower the master and creator behind Marvel’s biggest superheroes, died at age 95 on Monday.
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A royal treasure trove that belonged to French Queen Marie-Antoinette fetched 53.5 million Swiss francs as collectors fresh to the market.
The fifth great-grandson of Alexander Hamilton loaned some family heirlooms, including a ring that has a lock of his hair, to the Museum of the American Revolution.
Emmanuel Jal’s amazing life story and his passion for life captivates the minds of fans from both home and abroad. His musical cry for peace is an inspiration.
The Pakistan government is failing to educate a huge proportion of the country’s girls, nonprofit Human Rights Watch said in a report released today.
Some of Stan Lee’s creations became symbols of social change — the inner turmoil of Spider-Man represented ’60s America, for example.
In addition to serving up sauerkraut and kombucha, festival organizers also hope it provides an opportunity for people living in urban and rural areas to connect with each other.
Indonesian seeks to empower women in several domains with main objective of implanting road safety at the heart of her women’s empowerment startup.
The body of a Utah mayor and Army National Guard member who urged Americans to vote before he was killed in Afghanistan has been returned to U.S. soil.
Nearly 37 million soldiers and civilians are estimated to have been killed in World War I and many people view the 1914-1918 war as unnecessary.