Legends are sparked by unbelievable deeds. So it was for Alaskan bush pilot Bob Reeve when he asked a group of mountaineers to push his airplane into position so he could take off from a cliff.
How an unpiloted supersonic fighter became the most notorious ghost rider of all time
Hoping to smash the entire Union Navy, the Confederacy tried to buy the most lethal fleet afloat
Justices label corporations as 'citizens,' making it easier to sue businesses
To the aviation world Sir Freddie Laker was truly a legend in his own time. A tycoon of working-class origins who built up his business empire from nothing, Laker makes the entrepreneurs on “Dragons’ Den” and “Shark Tank” seem like amateurs.
Why an obscure tank clash in the Philippines during World War II deserves a place in history.
In his first duel with Wendell Willkie, FDR campaigned against giant holding companies that soaked small electricity customers