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50 years ago the 1968 DNC changed politics forever: here's the full story
The whole world is watching
Timeline: The events of the 1968 Democratic National Convention
It was a powder keg that had been building up for nearly a year.
20 smells that will take you right back to the 1970s
Time for your daily dose of nose-stalgia.
You can finally own the '80s arcade of your dreams for just $300
Walmart is now selling classic arcade game cabinets.
Miley Cyrus wants to buy The Brady Bunch house
It's either Miley Cyrus or The Wrecking Ball.
The house where Elvis Presley partied with The Beatles is for sale
The $23 million property was also once home to Zsa Zsa Gabor, Barbie's creator and more.
The voices behind Winnie the Pooh characters can be seen all over classic TV
The Hundred Acre Wood must be adjacent to Mayberry.
Watch '1968: The DNC' premiering August 6 on Decades
Hear the story of the Democratic National Convention from the people who were there.
Johnny Cash released a record on top of a can of vegetable shortening in 1965
Now this is what we call greaser music.
Why did Shaggy sometimes wear a red shirt in Scooby-Doo cartoons?
Zoinks! Like, was it laundry day, Scoobs?
July 20, 1968: The First Special Olympics
Camp Shriver, as it was called, was the beginning of what would become a worldwide movement.
10 classic Tv stars who had no. 1 hit songs
Ricky Nelson was the first Drake.
The Equalizer had the craziest guest stars of any 1980s TV show
From Beastie Boys to future Oscar winners, the mix of actors on this action hour was brilliant.
R.I.P. Robert Wolders, Laredo star and longtime partner of Audrey Hepburn
The Dutch actor was often typecast as a dashing lover.
8 surprising facts about the great Fred Gwynne
The man behind Herman Munster wrote children's books.
10 poppy plastic one hit wonders from 1986
Hope you love synthesizers.
An inside look at the making of 'The Mary Tyler Moore Show' episode 'Chuckles Bites the Dust'
It's been voted the best episode of 'The Mary Tyler Moore Show' and even the best episode of television
Lucille Ball popped up on a bunch of Milton Bradley board games in the 1970s
Think you can beat Lucy at her favorite boardgame?