In the harrowing 38 minutes after an incoming-missile warning was mistakenly sent via Hawaii's emergency alert system on Saturday, those who received the message scrambled to follow its instructions to seek shelter.

At the end of November 1942, Franklin Roosevelt suggested to Winston Churchill that a meeting between the Allied leaders to discuss strategy would be in order. Now that the United States and Britain had a toehold in North Africa thanks to the success of Operation Torch, what should they do next? The president suggested meeting in Cairo or Moscow.

Sunday, 11 June 2017 11:45