Researchers May Have Found Amelia Earhart's Plane for Real This Time

Your never-ending thirst to figure out where in the world Amelia Earhart disappeared to has a new twist: The International Group for Historic Aircraft Recovery (TIGHAR) has used sonar imaging to identify a location they believe is where Earhart's plane crashed in 1937, off of Gardner Island (now called Nikumaroro),… »5/30/13 10:25am5/30/13 10:25am

After $2.2 Million Expedition, Amelia Earhart's Lost Plane Is Still Lost

A $2.2 million expedition conducted by The International Group for Historic Aircraft Recovery (TIGHAR) in order to discover the lost plane of famed aviator Amelia Earhart has returned from its most recent attempt empty handed, having failed to produce photos or conclusive evidence of the wreckage. TIGHAR remains… »7/24/12 12:00pm7/24/12 12:00pm

Amelia Earhart May Have Continued Her Freckle-Removing Regimen on a Desert Island

It's been more than two months since amateur aviation gumshoe Hillary Clinton accompanied members of The International Group for Historic Aircraft Recovery (TIGHAR) to investigate the possible wreckage of Amelia Earhart's flying machine on the remote South Pacific island of Nikumaroro, but researchers have now… »5/31/12 11:55pm5/31/12 11:55pm

Detective Hillary Clinton Now Trying to Solve Amelia Earhart Mystery

Hillary Clinton, Secretary of State, former Presidential candidate, policy pioneer, passionate women's rights activist, and a real, live Leslie Knope for the world outside of Pawnee, IN, has decided to add another hat to the 50 or so she's already wearing: historical investigator. Thanks to new clues in the search for… »3/20/12 4:30pm3/20/12 4:30pm

Hilary As Amelia? The Geena Davis Institute Would Approve

*Inspired by Shirley MacLaine's assertion that the best parts for actresses fall into one of the above categories. »2/08/08 4:20pm2/08/08 4:20pm

This just in from The Geena Davis Institute on Gender in Media (yes, such a thing exists) — nearly 3 to 1 on the silver screen. The study, conducted at USC's Annenberg School of Journalism, also notes…