Pulled together by a casting call, the foursome had to learn to resemble a functional band before finding fame as TV and music stars.
Members of the Wild Bunch, the robbers' life and death inspired the 1969 movie starring Paul Newman and Robert Redford.
The royal couple's love story had a romantic beginning but their relationship was rattled by her early ascension to the throne five years into their marriage.
On the outside, she was Hollywood’s ultimate blonde bombshell, but on the inside, the model-turned-actress faced demons that led to her untimely death at 36.
A talent for harmonizing carried the "Stayin' Alive" singers from the streets of Manchester, England, to the doorstep of fame in Australia.
The 'Dirty Dancing' star overcame bullying, abuse and medical setbacks before charming his way into America’s hearts.
Led by Senator Joseph McCarthy, these stars were accused of being a member of the Communist Party or sympathetic to foreign powers during the Cold War.
The musicians eventually rallied around the flamboyant frontman to form one of the most innovative and successful rock bands of the 1970s.
The Fab Four were just a group of music-loving teens from Liverpool before becoming cultural and musical icons.
These black athletes broke barriers, represented their communities and made history with their impressive athletic skills.
On August 8, 1969, photographer Iain Macmillan captures the Beatles crossing the street outside of their Abbey Road studio. The photo becomes one of music's most iconic album covers.
Explore the many ways in which Latina women have broken gender and cultural barriers.
The 28 month-long trip was the first American expedition to cross west of the Mississippi River.
The media mogul has been so taken by the 'Beloved' author’s work that she’s made it her mission to help spread Morrison’s words and messages.
Author Jeff Guinn reveals how even as a child, Manson showed disturbing signs of becoming a serial killer.
Learn about some of the notable people who survived or perished when the "unsinkable ship" struck an iceberg in April 1912.
The siblings from Ohio successfully launched the first airplane into the skies in 1903.
Nine children in a two-bedroom house full of music, grueling work routines and a strict father were the beginnings of one of entertainment’s greatest families.