Nick Mason, Richard Wright and Roger Waters met as students at Regent Street Polytechnic and, along with art student Syd Barrett, formed the foundation of Pink Floyd.
Men and women on the ground worked around the clock to save their colleagues in the sky.
When the teenager surfer was attacked by a shark and lost her arm, she not only survived-she thrived.
The airline captain describes the details of the afternoon he saved the lives of 155 people.
Wavy Gravy, the original and unofficial king of 1960s counterculture, leads Newsweek on a meandering trip through his life with Jerry and the Dead.
Jerry Garcia was one of the most talented guitarists of the 20th century. But he was also one of its most prolific collaborators. Here are a few of his finest pairings.
By 1921, Einstein was recognized as one of the most talented minds of his generation.
Hitler still has the most powerful legacy of violence and hatred mankind has produced.
The 'Fare Thee Well' concerts mark both the 50th anniversary of the Grateful Dead and their final performance together.
Modern sex's most popular mouthpiece, Dan Savage, discusses the good and the bad when bumping uglies.
When Princess Charlotte Elizabeth Diana arrived on Saturday, May 2, the world took notice and Britain took to the streets.
The Veteran's History Project at the Library of Congress preserves firsthand accounts that, like these, show the full scope of the wartime experience.
Rosicrucianism emphasized the betterment of mankind through acquired knowledge.
Treasure hunters chase the Knights Templar to Oak Islands.