Myths obscure the truth of two pioneering flights. Charles Lindbergh was far from the first man to fly the Atlantic. And the biggest danger astronaut John Glenn faced wasn't a problem with his heat shield during reentry but on the launch pad.
The truth about America’s greatest generals is obscured by myth. West Point cadet Dwight Eisenhower used an alias to hide a secret and Douglas MacArthur deserved a court-martial, not a medal, for his actions in the Philippines in World War II.
When Colonel MacFarland arrived in Iraq's deadliest city, the odds could not have been worse. Al-Qaeda has declared Ramadi, capital of a new caliphate. The boys of MacFarland’s Ready First Combat Team would fight to give America a clear victory.
This is the untold true story of "Bloody George," an understrength, undermanned, marine rifle company, hastily called to serve their country in 1950 at the start of the Korean War. Their courage would be legendary, their fight, epic.
The story of Meyer Lansky, an associate of Lucky Luciano who was linked to criminal financial operations, but the FBI struggled to pin anything on him - or find his riches.