Sexting didn’t start with smartphones.
Was Queen Elizabeth I a man? No, but don’t you want to hear why some people thought so?
The history of doughnuts is difficult to trace. Did doughnut history begin the first time a sweet dough was fried in oil? Does it start when the first hole was punched into a yeasted dough before frying? And what do oil balls have to do with it?
Though millions of words have been written about the world's longest-reigning living monarch, few people know the woman behind the crown, or even what her daily duties entail.
While enjoying a free doughnut on National Doughnut Day, remember the women who introduced the treat to soldiers during World War I.
On May 12, 1937, Princess Elizabeth—then just 11 years old—looked on as her father, King George VI, was crowned at Westminster Abbey. Little did she know that just 16 years later, she would be at the center of the exact same ceremony.
Since 1970, the LGBTQ community has marked June as Pride Month, in part to commemorate the anniversary of the Stonewall Uprising, a watershed moment in LGBTQ history when patrons of the Stonewall Inn fought back against a police raid.