A fresh look at the Depression-era bank robbers, killers, and lovers. Their uncanny ability to escape police and Bonnie's poetry, published in newspapers, made... Read More
Story of the American-Indian princess who risked her life to save English explorer John Smith. This profile goes beyond the myths we learned in childhood to... Read More
Profile of one of the nation's most controversial First Ladies. Traces her rise to prominence as a powerful attorney, champion of the rights of children and... Read More
Administrator, swashbuckler, and statesman, MacArthur was a military man of definite style who crossed swords with presidents and overcame an entrenched enemy... Read More
Portrait of the teacher who died in the tragic explosion of the space shuttle EM Challenger /EM in 1986. Includes interviews with her parents and students... Read More
We continue our penetrating profile of the former president, which features interviews with John Dean, Ben Bradlee, and others. Part 2 of 2.
Chronicles the achievements of the charismatic leader who took followers to their "New Zion" in Utah. Young led Mormons out of persecution, directed the construction... Read More
Check out BIO’s original video series, American Freedom Stories, about the historic events of the Civil Rights Movement in Alabama, and the leaders and everyday heroes who fought to make racial equality a reality. Watch videos.
The Emmy Award-winning Education Department of A&E Television Networks develops educational resources for teachers. Check out some fascinating BIO BLOG articles by the education team.
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