“Something’s cooking,” she wrote in a post on Instagram alongside a photo of her taking a selfie of her bare midriff, which shows a small baby bump.
One hundred thirty-eight years after his birth, Albert Einstein still remains one of the most recognizable people in the world.
Аmy Krouse Rosenthal published more than 30 works in her too-short lifetime, including a few best-selling children’s books.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has been tapped as featured speaker for Harvard University’s commencement in May.
David Rubinger, the Israeli photographer who took the iconic photo of Israeli paratroopers standing in front of the Western Wall after its capture in the Six-Day War, has died.
Her pioneering work earned her the million-dollar Kavli Prize in Nanoscience in 2012, the National Medal of Science, the Presidential Medal of Freedom and IEEE Medal of Honor, the highest award of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers.
The story of Lauren Bacall’s life is almost as seductive as her celebrated voice.
Jan Karski was a man on a mission. A mission so important to Karski that it remained his life’s purpose more than 60 years after he was first assigned it.
The 100th birthday of Raoul Wallenberg garnered celebrations last year, for the famed Holocaust hero who helped save the lives of 100,000 Jews.
Gene Siskel passed away in 1999. He had been born into a Jewish family on the north side of Chicago just 53 years before.