The boys from Washington had to win one more time to become the first Washington crew to represent the United States in the Olympics.
After the worst act of domestic terrorism in the nation's history, Bill Clinton went to Oklahoma City to comfort the community and reassure the nation.
Filmmaker Barak Goodman discusses gaining trust and access in order to tell the story of what happened on Ruby Ridge in 1992.
The creation of the Boston subway system—the first in the country—is one of our nation’s oldest startup success stories.
Alternating current transformed daily life in the 20th century, and made Tesla famous.
In this co-production with Retro Report, scientists and historians weigh in on Rachel Carson, and today’s battle against malaria.
Watch the opening scene of The Great War.
Filmmaker Amanda Pollack discusses George Creel — the man tasked with selling the Great War to the American people.
How could President Wilson call for democracy abroad while suppressing it at home? Filmmaker Amanda Pollak discusses the radical suffragist Alice Paul.
Watch the opening scene of Rachel Carson.
Watch the opening scene of Grand Coulee Dam.
Robert Ripley built a vast multimedia empire by showcasing the bizarre, strange, and downright grotesque from all over the globe.