'Malcolm X murder will NOT be reinvestigated': Government refuse to reopen case into assassination of black power advocate
Despite calls for a reinvestigation into the murder from civil rights activists, who believe Malcolm X was let down by bungling authorities who imprisoned the wrong men, the cold case will remain unopened.
Daily Mail pages from day Adolf Hitler died 70 years ago this week
Seven decades ago this week history's most notorious mass murderer died - described by the Daily Mail as the 'news the world's been praying for'.
Remembering the Hindenburg disaster 82 years later
Remembered as one of the most jarring aviation disasters in history, the Hindenburg – the first airliner to provide commercial service between North America and Europe – burst into flames and crashed while trying to land in Lakehurst, New Jersey on May 6, 1937, tragically killing 35 people on board. Take a look back at the incredible aircraft and its ultimate demise, bringing an abrupt end to the age of airship travel.
Justice Story: 16-year-old girl shoots up school, tells reporter 'I Don't Like Mondays'
Monday mornings are tough for everyone, but on Jan. 29, 1979, a freckle-faced red headed teen found a unique way to sing the beginning-of-the-week blues.
25 Newspaper Headlines From the Past That Shaped History
This collection of newspaper headlines chronicles some of the most memorable events of the past, informing and shocking millions of readers in just a few words. Ultimately, these iconic events helped shaped the history of the world. H/T Pinterest
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This Day in History: Mar 1, 1932: Lindbergh baby kidnapped
On this day in 1932, in a crime that captured the attention of the entire nation, Charles Lindbergh III, the 20-month-old son of ...