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John F. Kennedy Assassination (1963)

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  • Obama's 'idiot' defense

    Although there's still a great deal to be learned about the scandals and controversies swirling around the White House like so many ominous dorsal fins in the surf, the nature of President Obama's bind is becoming clear. The best defenses of his...
  • 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...
  • Review: 'Parkland' shaky in showing days after JFK's assassination

    Review: 'Parkland' shaky in showing days after JFK's assassination
    "Parkland" hangs on a split second on Nov. 22, 1963, when a president was shot, a country was wounded and a city was brought to its knees. This unsettling film zeros in on the initial impact — just four days — for those closest to the...
  • Softball's 'Battle of the Sexes' is coming to Pates Park on Oct. 19

    Last month we had the 40th anniversary of the tennis "Battle of the Sexes," the nationally televised, ultra-hyped contest in the Houston Astrodome between Billie Jean King and Bobby Riggs that served as a boon to the entire sport. On Oct. 19 at Patriots...
  • 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...
  • Emmys 2013: Even super-host Harris can't save mostly lifeless show

    Emmys 2013: Even super-host Harris can't save mostly lifeless show
    This is what we get for saying that television has eclipsed film as an art form: an Emmys that was just as bad as most Oscars. Though hosted by ├╝ber-showman Neil Patrick Harris and marked by the sort of dark-horse upsets (Jeff Daniels for lead in a...
  • Regional Legit Review: 'All the Way' Starring Bryan Cranston

    The conflict of a divided soul -- personal, political and national -- sears onstage in A.R.T.'s sprawling, heady and thoroughly gripping drama "All the Way," starring Bryan Cranston ("Breaking Bad") as President Lyndon B. Johnson. In this production...
  • Letitia Baldrige dies at 86; etiquette expert, author, columnist

    Letitia Baldrige dies at 86; etiquette expert, author, columnist
    Letitia Baldrige, an etiquette maven who served as social secretary to First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy and later wrote books and a syndicated column advising readers on good manners in contemporary America, has died. She was 86. Baldrige died Monday at...
  • S1MEON All Access | Nunn: '1-on-1 is going to get us nowhere'

    S1MEON All Access | Nunn: '1-on-1 is going to get us nowhere'
    DALLAS — Simeon players trickled into the lobby of their Duncanville, Texas, hotel Friday morning, not more than 10 hours after their first loss of the season. Their minds were full from a late-night players meeting in Jabari Parker's room, their...
  • Living in dangerous times

    Living in dangerous times
    The prospect of interviewing Don DeLillo produces a certain anxiety. DeLillo, one of the most heralded American novelists of the past 40 years, has a reputation for being inaccessible, emotionally and otherwise. While by no means a recluse like J.D....
  • Time-traveling fiction continues to appear

    In "The Shining Girls," the South African writer Lauren Beukes' chilling new novel set in Chicago, Harper Curtis is not your run-of-the-mill serial killer. In some respects, his modus operandi is strictly garden variety. He stalks his victims —...
  • 'United States of Paranoia' hunts for America's demons

    'United States of Paranoia' hunts for America's demons
    Americans have always feared secret cabals. In three successive decades in the mid-20th century, a "Brown Scare" swept through this country, followed by a "Red Scare," and finally a "Lavender Scare," Jesse Walker tells us in his bold and thought-...