Results for: 1960s

End of 'Mad Men,' but show's relics find new life at museum

John Hamm has treatment for alcohol addiction

Second Julie Andrews memoir expected in 2017

Oak Ridge Boys, Browns, Grady Martin named country music inductees

AP PHOTOS: Mid-Atlantic duckpin bowling keeps its roots

Actor Shashi Kapoor to receive India's highest cinema honor

Ex-tennis champion Bob Hewitt convicted of rape in South Africa

1-year space crewmen will miss weather, nature while gone

Selfie spot for 'Mad Men' fans: new Don Draper bench in NYC

Two new accusers say Bill Cosby drugged, sexually assaulted them

Ai Weiwei, Joan Baez honored by Amnesty International

Conte defends use of foreign-born players on Italy squad

Heinz-Kraft deal: The stories behind the brands

Oak Ridge Boys, Browns, Martin join country hall

AP EXPLAINS: Japan's long wait to address US Congress

Mahathir saddened by Lee Kuan Yew's death despite their clashes

Yehuda Avner, Israeli diplomat and prime minister aide, dies

Parents seeking urban lifestyles for kids

Swedish poet Tomas Transtromer dies at 83

Exclusive: New Chevy Malibu's task - meet GM's aggressive sales goals

Ken Burns unravels the mysteries of cancer in PBS film

Tony winner and Neil Simon director Gene Saks dies at 93

After 22 years on death row, woman sees murder case tossed

Science, patients driving rare disease drug research surge

Lee Kuan Yew, founder of modern Singapore, dies at 91

Turmoil in Yemen escalates as Saudi Arabia bombs rebels

Family Ties: Jarrett, Petty enter NASCAR hall

Today in History May 24

Geneva auction sells huge diamond for $26.7M

Bookies describe threats by Bulger and his gang

State broadcaster's end a blow to Greek identity

Davidson, Tom win lead acting Daytime Emmys

Americans eating more smoked seafood products

Buenos Aires launches tours for Argentine pope

Pick 6: Signature images of NFL stadiums

The Seekers singer Durham suffers brain hemorrhage

2 die after explosion, building collapse in France

Details on the 2013 Pulitzer Prize winners

Diversity leader's story told in new book

Ron Clarke heads honoured sportspeople

Final lights flicker as drive-in screen tumbles

Measles surges in UK years after flawed research

War Memorial reaches out to Indigenous veterans

Sweden's Princess Madeleine to wed New York banker

Environmentalists celebrate nuclear plant closing

3 killed in French building collapse after blast

Today in History, May 2nd

China emerging as new force in drone warfare

AP Exclusive: Commander cites 'rot' in nuke force

New claims against Vic pedophile priest

In Vietnam, a Cuban rat poison finds new market

Best-selling author, outspoken Rev. Greeley dies

AP Interview: Joan Baez returns to past in Vietnam

Cannes lineup celebrates world film, old favorites

Major Beach Boys memorabilia being auctioned off

Ex-bishop's widow wants optional priestly celibacy

'Starlet' co-star Besedka Johnson dies at 87

Groundbreaking improv comic Jonathan Winters dies

Experts: Fla. couple may not be welcome in Cuba

Chicago bluesman Jimmy Dawkins dead at 76

Jonathan Winters, man of many faces, dead at 87

Sci-fi star Emilia Clarke on being Holly Golightly

Utah lawmakers keep 'Zion curtains' in place

New Edward Albee play a Signature highlight

Carole King musical eyes Broadway stage

New pope's views bind simplicity with 'complexity'

Austrian cardinal: a conservative open to reform

US stopping use of term 'Negro' for census surveys

Cult star seeks to resolve lost SAfrican royalties

Oscar foreign film nominees reveal movie magic

Syrian rebels capture country's largest dam

1960s soul group The Rascals reunite for Broadway

Barry Gibb pays tribute to brothers

Correction: Obit-Cleotha Staples story

The Women of "Mad Men" Have Mad Style

Federal trial provides window into NYPD practices

Privately owned daily newspapers return to Myanmar

Texas DA's killing puts other prosecutors on alert

German migrant program offers cautions for US

Alice Cooper, Doors guitarist playing at academy

The S&P 500 notches a record. How did we get here?