On June 6, 1944, Allied troops invade German-occupied France and face near certain death on the beaches of Normandy.
In this History Channel video clip, we see an interview with Jesse Jackson. See how emotional it still is for Jackson, to sit down and talk about Martin Luther King and how he was killed right next to him some years ago. Check out this very emotional and interesting video about a great man who tried his hardest to elicit change and was killed for it.
A special welding technique gives worn out rails the ability to keep massive freight trainson track.
Get the story of the dramatic face-off that nearly ended in nuclear war, as told by musician and artist Jeffrey Lewis.
Corey gives the backstory behind his arm tattoos and his advice for anyone who wants a tattoo.
A newsreel from 1953 reports on the marriage of John F. Kennedy and Jacqueline Bouvier.
In the field, many soldiers spent their time on patrol, seeking out communist forces, and avoiding lethal booby traps.
These traditional Jewish jelly doughnuts are cooked in oil to symbolize the oil lamps that burned for eight nights in the Hanukkah story.
How old is the Earth? It took scientists years to find out.
In 1977, on the island of Colares in Brazil, dozens of people claim to witness strange beams of light from the sky.
With everyone given a chance to race, the cone race allows drivers to choose to ride on either the inside or the outside line.
Harry Houdini's scrapbooks document his entire career.
Steve travels to Garrett County State Forrest to explore the Washington Trail, a trail through the woods that was once traveled by George Washington in 1784.
Crawl inside the mind of Charles Manson with this first-hand account of the killer's violent nature, as told by a former Manson Family member.
It's half way through the It's half way through the grueling ice road season. Six hundred truckers have ferried more than 4,000 loads to the northern mines. They still have 6,000 left to go, but everyday roadblocks threaten their progress.