There is no bigger microcosm for sexism in America than the 2004 Superbowl halftime show. Read More
Paul McCartney and Michael Jackson formed an unlikely friendship during the 1980s. That is until a multi-million dollar business deal soured everything. Read More
The Superbowl halftime show attracts upwards of 100 million viewers.
Hell of a time to unleash a defiant political song about being black in America. Read More
Pepsi thought they hit advertising gold when they signed Madonna to a $5 million deal in 1989.
Instead, they got a big controversy. Read More
Joe Corré, the son of former Sex Pistols manager Malcolm McLaren, burned $6 million (US) of punk memorabilia in central London. Read More