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  • Bells shatter a November morning

    SACRAMENTO — Five bells rang, followed by the clack-clack of paper spewing from the Teletype. It was a bulletin. "Dallas, Nov. 22 (UPI)—Three shots were fired at President Kennedy's motorcade today in downtown Dallas." Five bells for a...
  • JFK assassination: Who's the best actor in a Kennedy-themed movie?

    JFK assassination: Who's the best actor in a Kennedy-themed movie?
    By now you’ve read all the recaps of the JFK assassination and all the "who’s the best actor who played Kennedy" blog posts that you ever thought you would. But JFK movies go beyond those who played the man himself: to wit, Kevin Costner...
  • A game that almost wasn't

    A game that almost wasn't
    The emotion still comes up in his voice, 50 years after returning to his Miami dormitory room after classes and turning on the radio before football practice. The radio voice delivered news his young mind couldn't digest. He walked outside his room as a...
  • FilmOn Launches Living History Channel Documenting Historical Events in Real Time

    A new streaming channel from FilmOn Networks will allow audiences to witness historic events in real time. FilmOn.com debuted its Living History project on Friday in commemoration of the 50th anniversary of John F. Kennedy's assassination. Its first...
  • 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...
  • Urban Meyer stance on BCS changes with the seasons

     Urban Meyer stance on BCS changes with the seasons
    Running off at the typewriter … I know this is going to shock everybody, but Urban Meyer has been disingenuous when it comes to his stance on the BCS. Let's go back through Urban's ever-changing opinions of the system, shall we? This season,...
  • Film Review: 'One PM Central Standard Time'

    Filmmaker Alastair Layzell artfully entwines profound tragedy and professional triumph in "One PM Central Standard Time," a fascinating documentary that details how the "story of the century" -- the 1963 assassination of President Kennedy -- was covered...
  • JFK assassination 50th anniversary TV programming

     
    50 years ago this month — on Nov. 22, 1963 — President John F. Kennedy was assassinated in Dallas by Lee Harvey Oswald (himself later shot and killed by Jack Ruby). The JFK assassination caused political, social and emotional upheavals...
  • Killing Kennedy movie interviews: Rob Lowe, Ginnifer Goodwin, Will Rothhaar

     
    “I love history,” Rob Lowe tells me, “because you know somebody didn’t make it up. It actually happened.” Sometimes, those historical events that actually happen are tragic in nature, occasionally to the point of impacting an...
  • Rwanda's president accused in death of ex-spy chief Patrick Karegeya

    PRETORIA, South Africa -- The death of a former Rwandan spy chief in South Africa has renewed opposition claims that Rwanda's president, Paul Kagame, is orchestrating the killings of political dissidents – allegations denied by the Rwandan...
  • The CIA and 'America's Great Game' in the Middle East

    The CIA and 'America's Great Game' in the Middle East
    In the 19th century, the British had a phrase to describe their effort to keep Russia from extending its imperial influence through Central Asia and into the crown jewel of the British empire, India. It was called the Great Game, with both sides spying,...