Some of the most widely known historical facts are anything but. Much of what people accept as authentic history is often rife with misinformation. Consider these examples from CNN of history that many people get wrong.
The Beach Boys release "Good Vibrations," a rebuilt London Bridge opens in the Arizona desert, a vice president resigns, and the entertainment world loses Yul Brynner, Orson Welles and Christopher Reeve, all on this day.
The 2015 Nobel Peace Prize was awarded to the Tunisian National Dialogue Quartet for its "decisive contribution to the building of a pluralistic democracy in the country in the wake of the Jasmine Revolution of 2011." Take a look at past winners of the coveted award.
A new study by the proofreading app Grammarly reveals varying grammar skills on Facebook among the supporters of the 19 presidential candidates. But whose supporters came out on top and who ranked at the bottom?
Secretary of State John Kerry attended a ceremony in Havana to raise the flag above the U.S. Embassy for the first time in 54 years. Get up to speed on the last five decades of American foreign policy toward Cuba.
With FIFA's disciplinary arm handing down provisional 90-day suspensions for three of its leading officials, including president Sepp Blatter, take a look at the corruption charges lobbed at the embattled soccer organization so far.
You pay your property taxes, so why shouldn't they? Investigator Jace Larson explores the lengths that some high-rent Houstonians and businesses will go to avoid paying their property taxes & what's being done to force them to pay up, Monday on Channel 2 News at 10...