George Wright, convicted for the murder of a service station worker during an armed robbery in 1962, was finally captured Monday in Sintra, Portugal.
A new Broadway play called "The Mountaintop" imagines Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s private moments in his hotel room in the hours leading up to his death.
Twenty years ago this month, a new sound blasted the cobwebs out of every radio station in America: Nirvana's 'Nevermind,' becoming the defining record for Generation X.
A massive restoration project in a historic neighborhood in Kabul devastated by the war reveals exquisite buildings buried under garbage.
The challenges to teaching about 9/11 when students are increasingly too young to have many actual memories of the events of that day.
In honor of 10-year anniversary of 9/11, Jules and Gedeon Naudet recently remade their 2002 documentary, re-interviewing some of the firefighters from the first film.
Long time resident Harry Shearer takes a 180 degree shift from his comedy career to write and direct a new documentary about New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina.
Scientists have discovered the second half of the hybrid yeast used to make lager style beer, which could mean a better brew in the future.
A new documentary contends that author Ken Kesey's legendary cross-country road trip kicked off the psychedelic 1960s.
Retired police detective files several Freedom of Information requests to access Jack the Ripper case files.