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Looking Back at the Grateful Dead
Jerry Garcia, the epic concerts, the adoring fans... The Grateful Dead have graced NBC News' airwaves for years. We look back at some of the highlights.
Before iPods and MP3 Players People Rocked 'Portable Stereo Headsets'
Today everyone seems to be wearing ear buds but in the 1980s, a New Jersey town banned using headphones during some activities like crossing the street.
What It Was Like Before ATMs and Online Banking
A 1977 "Nightly News" report documents the beginning of ATMs and transferring money electronically
Fax Machines in Cars? That's What We Wanted in the 1990s
A 1995 report from "Nightly News" gives a glimpse of what was then considered advanced auto technology.
Talking Tech of the 80s: When Soda Machines Spoke to Us
A 1982 report from "Nightly News" takes a look at machines considered groundbreaking because of their ability to talk.
1980s Flashback: When Cell Phones Were a Novelty
Back in the 1980s, cell phones were so much of a novelty that people were buying fake phones just to look cool.
Flashback: Jaws Makes Waves
In honor of Jaws' 40th anniversary, we take a look back at how its' release increased shark popularity.
Flashback: Solitary Confinement in Angola Prison
Kerry Sanders went inside Angola prison in 2008 to tell the story of Albert Woodfox and Herman Wallace, two of the 'Angola Three.'
Crystal Pepsi: A Brief History of the Clear Soda Fad
In the early '90s, Pepsi released a clear version of their soda. It didn't last very long.
Flashback: Massacre in Luxor
In 1997, tourists were targeted by Islamic militants at Egypt's Valley of the Kings. The terrorist group, Gamaa al Islamiya massacred 62 people.
Flashback: Edward Snowden Revealed as NSA Whistleblower
Two years ago today, Edward Snowden was revealed as the whistleblower who leaked secret NSA documents to the media. Last week, congress voted to end the NSA's controversial phone surveillance program.
Flashback: Rick Perry's Greatest Hits
Now that he has officially kicked off his campaign for president, let's relive some the most memorable moments from his campaign four years ago.
Flashback: Attempting to Go Metric in 1977
When he advocated for it in his announcement speech, Lincoln Chafee wasn't the first to voice support for the metric system. The late 1970s saw a big push for the system that still hasn't come to fruition.
Flashback: Hastert in the House
Look back at Dennis Hastert's time in Congress, before the former Speaker was indicted on federal charges.
Flashback: Anthrax Attacks
It took seven years for the government to identify the culprit of the 2001 anthrax attacks.
Mysteries of Attica
The New York Attorney General's office has released 46 new pages of a state report, sealed for more than four decades, that airs fresh allegations of savagery at the hands of law enforcement officials during the 1971 Attica prison riot.
1990 Interview: B.B. King on Performing in Prison
In a 1990 interview, B.B. King talks about performing for inmates.
Flashback: The Fall of Saigon
The capture of Saigon, the capital of South Vietnam on April 30, 1975 effectively ended the Vietnam War after nearly 20 years and reunified North and South Vietnam into the Socialist Republic of Vietnam.
Flashback: The Elian Gonzalez Raid
6-year-old Elian Gonzalez was the center of an international custody struggle that inflamed old Cold War tensions. 15 years ago, federal agents forcibly removed Elian from his extended family in Miami to return him to his Cuban father.
Flashback: Oklahoma City Bombing
Remembering the April 19, 1995 tragedy in Oklahoma when a truck bomb exploded outside of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building injuring hundreds and leaving 168 people dead.
The Pet Rock Craze Made a Fortune For One Man
When Gary Dahl first introduced the Pet Rock, it excited and confused customers.
Remembering the Battle for Terri Schiavo's Death
Ten years ago today, after a long legal battle between her husband and her parents, Terri Schiavo died two weeks after her feeding tube was removed. It was a spike in the debate about the right to die that persists to this day.
The Saga of Amanda Knox
With Italy's highest court set to decide the fate of Amanda Knox later this week, here's a look at the courtroom drama that has played out since her arrest in 2007.
Flashback: Crash of EgyptAir Flight 990
A look back at the 1999 plane crash of EgyptAir Flight 990 into the Atlantic Ocean 60 miles south of Nantucket which killed all 217 passengers on board.
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