These are the men who visited what Albert Einstein called a “palace of science” — a lab where the greatest scientists from around the world came to work and exchange ideas.
The explorer was considered the Lewis and Clark of Brazil, and kept Theodore Roosevelt alive on the journey through the Amazon.
There are approximately 100 tribes in the Amazon rainforest that have not interacted with the modern world.
Naturalist and explorer George Cherrie kept a meticulous diary of the journey down an uncharted river in the Brazilian Amazon, which he took with Theodore Roosevelt in 1914.
It was one of the worst blizzards in American history, dumping four feet of snow and leaving hundreds dead.
Theodore Roosevelt's great-grandson discusses the president's love of Lincoln, penchant for Hungarian poetry, and the book that inspired his conservation legacy.
How the Gold Rush, Prohibition, and a 1990s news report helped define American wine consumption.
The iconic entertainer delivered his unique brand of humor to troops around the globe and into the living rooms of millions of Americans. Read a conversation with his biographer.
Executive Producer Mark Samels on what's coming to American Experience in early 2018.
As North Vietnamese forces swept into Saigon in April of 1975, one family risked everything to escape.
Before it graced the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade, Tony Sarg's sea monster stalked the coast of Nantucket.
Word of these caves and this graffiti had been passed down from generation to generation. Richard Rubin went in search of them.