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John F. Kennedy Assassination (1963)

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  • JFK assassination: What Kennedy might have looked like at 70

    Friday marks the 50th anniversary of the assassination of John F. Kennedy. The youngest person ever to serve as U.S. president, Kennedy was 46 when he was killed on that tragic day in Dallas. And for many people, Kennedy's features have been frozen in...
  • Chris Matthews reflects on 50th anniversary of JFK's assassination

    Chris Matthews reflects on 50th anniversary of JFK's assassination
    Chris Matthews has written two books about John F. Kennedy and Friday, on the 50th anniversary of the president’s assassination, he’s hosting two MSNBC specials, “JFK: The Day That Changed America” at 7 p.m. ET and "The Kennedy...
  • Dallas still feels guilt over JFK assassination

    Cities don't commit crimes, but Dallas continues to feel guilty all the same. Fifty years after the assassination of John F. Kennedy, many in the city are still burdened by the memory of that day — and the sense that, in some way they cannot put...
  • 50 years after fatal day, Dallas mourns JFK

    DALLAS — It was, Dallas Mayor Mike Rawlings said, as if the sky were weeping too. On a cold and rainy day, thousands gathered in downtown Dallas' Dealey Plaza to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy....
  • Garrison Keillor, living and aging in Lake Wobegon

    Garrison Keillor, living and aging in Lake Wobegon
    Garrison Keillor spoke from the kitchen of his home in New York — he has another residence in St. Paul, Minn. — and said that he could see from his window the high buildings of the city. But his thoughts, he promised, were back in the middle...
  • November 2013 TV premieres, finales, movies and specials

    November 2013 TV premieres, finales, movies and specials
    Sci fi and fantasy TV get their due in November with the premieres of Fox's robot-action thriller "Almost Human," the "Doctor Who" 50th anniversary special, "The Day of the Doctor," and BBC America's mythology series "Atlantis." Two sitcoms, Fox's...
  • Bryan Cranston Sets February Start for His Broadway Bow in 'All the Way'

    The Bryan Cranston-toplined production of "All the Way," in which the "Breaking Bad" thesp will make his Broadway debut in the bio-play about Lyndon B. Johnson, has set its New York dates and theater, nabbing the Neil Simon Theater for a February start...
  • Dan Rather on CBS, Benghazi: 'The Bush story was a true story'

    Dan Rather on CBS, Benghazi: 'The Bush story was a true story'
    Former "CBS Evening News" anchor Dan Rather participated in a media conference call Thursday to discuss AXS TV's one-hour special, "My Days in Dallas: A Remembrance With Dan Rather," which premieres Monday at 5 p.m. PST. Talk of the chaotic events...
  • Los Angeles Times coverage of Pres. Kennedy assassination

     
    How the 1963 Los Angeles Times covered the President Kennedy assassination....
  • Weeks in Review: An open thread

     
    The "Weeks in Review" feature is an open thread in which commenters can talk about any current events or cultural phenomena that have caught their attention, including but not limited to the topics brought up in our traditional roundup of......
  • Beach Boys still look at sunny side of life

    Beach Boys still look at sunny side of life
    The Beach Boys' song "The Warmth of the Sun" has nothing to do with the assassination of John F. Kennedy. The lyrics, like so many of the group's classics, deal with the simple theme of a romance gone awry. Nevertheless, through a coincidence, that...
  • Will Ferrell on 'Anchorman': 'It Will Become a Teaching Tool'

    Hey look, it's Ron Burgundy, the Anchorman, standing in the window of the Newseum, the august D.C. facility dedicated to the First Amendment. Oh, wait. He's in the next window too. What gives? Answer: Call it a working definition of "low-brow meets high-...