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Memorial Day weekend is often associated with summer, travel, and barbecues, and it's been that way since the '70s.
Before there was John Gotti and "The Sopranos," the Mafia was a national crime organization that focused on prostitution, bribery, and murder.
Henry Ford's Model T in the early 20th century sparked an auto boom across the US, and we're still feeling the effects today.
In the famous Sears catalog, you could buy elaborate hats for $2 and entire women's outfits for $6.
The White House, the World Trade Center in New York, and The Fairmont Hotel in San Francisco have all been rebuilt after disasters.
From the first Thanksgiving to the invention of the light bulb, a few things you learned in school might be wrong ...
The original Studio 54 was only open for 33 months, and in that time it became one of the most infamous and exclusive clubs.
From once-glamorous summer resorts to eerie sanatoriums, here's what abandoned places in the US looked like before they were deserted.
While the original Woodstock was about music and peace, the Woodstock of 1999 was a riot fueled by high prices and hot weather.
Although drive-in movies are rare today, there were over 4,000 open-air theaters across the country during the '50s and '60s.