Exploring themes of racism, oppression and violence, these African-American writers have rightfully earned their place in the canon of great authors.
These African-American women in STEM broke the racial barrier and skyrocketed to the top of their field.
These visionary African-American activists were some of the most vocal agents for racial change.
From hair care products to the ironing board, the creations from these African-Americans still impact your everyday life.
From epic birthday parties and career high and lows to broken marriages, the Hollywood best friends had an unbreakable bond.
The former marine biologist drew upon the likes of Jerry Lewis and Pee-Wee Herman to create the character who lives in a pineapple under the sea.
Playboy founder Hugh Hefner felt an immense connection with the actress, who took the famed nude photos years before the magazine's debut.
The Princess of R&B and executive producer's alleged love affair and marriage had people questioning if age was more than just a number.
You get car! You get a car! Even a decade after the talk show host gifted her audience with a new vehicle, the surprise remains among so many people's favorite things.
The classic Christmas carol went from sad to uplifting thanks in part to the 'Meet Me in St. Louis' star.
With hesitation from author P.L. Travers, Disney devoted two decades to bring the nanny that is "practically perfect in every way" to the silver screen.
The rhyming children's book writer only had to look in the mirror to find his anti-Christmas muse.
Relive the insanity from the show about a heavy metal family that taught us to “learn how to love and forget how to hate.”
Over the course of 15 seasons, 'American Idol' spawned some of the music industry’s biggest stars. Ahead of ABC’s March 11th reboot of the Fox juggernaut, we take a nostalgic look back on the high and low notes the reality show’s champs have struck in their careers.