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Iggy Azalea Helps Explain Teen Slang With Seth Meyers (Video)!

Iggy Azalea keeps it cool and casual as she makes her way inside John F. Kennedy International Airport to catch a departing flight on Thursday (April 28) in New York City. That same evening, the 25-year-old rapper made an appearance on Late Night with Seth Meyers where she talked to Seth about his brother’s girlfriend [...]

'If it wasn't for her, I wouldn't be graduating'

Jahana Hayes, a teacher at John F. Kennedy High School in Waterbury, Conn., was named the 2016 National Teacher of the Year.

Why Does It Still Take Five Hours to Fly Cross-Country?! A Future Tense Event.

In the early 1960s, President John F. Kennedy pledged that Americans would go to the moon and develop a supersonic commercial airliner. By the end of that decade, the country witnessed in awe Neil Armstrong’s “small step for man.” It...Show More Summary

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Virginia’s former governor Bob McDonnell gets his day in court. It was a good one: “With Chief Justice John G. Roberts, Jr., and Justices Stephen G. Breyer and Anthony M. Kennedy energetically taking apart the verdict — and, with it, the laws used by the prosecution — the prospect of imminent prison for McDonnell appeared to have visibly […]

Great Political Oratory: Donald Trump Edition

Given that it seems fairly inevitable that Donald Trump will be the Republican nominee for President, it seems like a good time to see how his soaring oratory compares with other great politicians in our history. John F. Kennedy and Franklin Delano Roosevelt play a part in this video. Show More Summary

The Society of the Real: How An Intrepid Group of Newsreel Cameramen Changed Documentary Film

Last year, the REELZ cable channel rolled out an extensive series of programming called "The Kennedy Files." It seemed to leave no stone unturned: John F. Kennedy's hidden health problems, drug use and extramarital sex life, the tragedies in the Kennedys' family life, even the further extremes of conspiracy theories about his assassination. Show More Summary

90-Year-Old Grandfather Finds Love Once Again… In A Man 50 Years His Junior

4 days agoLGBT / Gay : Queerty

Former Pennsylvania U.S. Sen. Harris Wofford made a big announcement over the weekend. 20 years after his wife of 48 years, Clare, succumbed to acute leukemia, the 90-year-old former top adviser to John F. Kennedy and Martin Luther King Jr. is getting remarried… to a man… 50 years his junior. Related: This Heartfelt Video Of Gay Seniors [...]

John Curran Steps In To Direct ‘Chappaquiddick’ With Jason Clarke Cast As Ted Kennedy

EXCLUSIVE: Final negotiations are underway for John Curran (The Painted Veil) to direct the high-profile indie film Chappaquiddick with Jason Clarke (Zero Dark Thirty, Everest) to star as the embattled Sen. Ted Kennedy. Sam Taylor-Johnson...Show More Summary

New images on coins and paper money reflect changes in the American psyche

Shortly after the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, a grieving nation bombarded U.S. officials with requests to create a coin in his memory. Within a month, a law was enacted allowing the Mint to expedite the half dollar's redesign; it was needed because currency is generally required...

Let Me Finish: The 1956 convention fight

Chris Matthews finishes with John F. Kennedy’s convention fight in 1956, and shares what we might expect from the conventions this year.

How to Get Kids to Play Music, According to Yo-Yo Ma

In 1962, a very young Yo-Yo Ma walked on stage in a suit and tie to play one of his first high-profile concerts—for President John F. Kennedy. "Here's a cultural image for you to ponder as you listen," conductor Leonard Bernstein told the crowd. Show More Summary

TV Review: Veep is as commanding as ever in its excellent fifth season

“A rising tide lifts all boats,” goes the idiom popularized, though not coined, by John F. Kennedy. By that logic, the current presidential cycle has been like a supermoon for political satires, a race so surreal and rancorous as to make greying comedy writers regret their retirements. Show More Summary

Unconventional #4: Trump’s real magic number; Sanders’ Gary Hart-Ted Kennedy conundrum (and more!)

Republican Presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks after winning the New York state primary.  (Photo: John Moore/Getty Images) Unconventional is Yahoo News’ complete guide to what could be the craziest presidential convention — or conventions — in decades. Here’s what you need to know today. 1. Does Trump really need to win 1,237 delegates?

Richard M. Mosk dies at 76; California Court of Appeal justice and Warren Commission staffer

California Court of Appeal Justice Richard M. Mosk — who over more than three decades of public service investigated the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, chaired the Motion Picture Assn.'s ratings committee and served at The Hague — has died of cancer. He was 76. The longtime Los Angeles...

Shipbuilding: John F. Kennedy 17% Complete

Huntington Ingalls Industries’ (HII) Newport News Shipbuilding division has placed a 965-ton structure called a superlift into dry dock, continuing the construction

The Supreme Court is hearing oral argument this morning on Obama's power over immigration policy.

From the NYT report:Donald B. Verrilli Jr., the government’s top appellate lawyer... was sharply challenged by Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr. and several of the court’s other members.Justice Anthony M. Kennedy questioned whether the...Show More Summary

Mountain lion roams onto high school campus and students are flipping out

As a mountain lion was roaming the campus of a California high school, the students were telling the whole story on Twitter. The big cat was first spotted around 7 a.m. PST close to campus at John F. Kennedy High School in Granada Hills, California. Show More Summary

When the Maysles Brothers Filmed the Beatles

The birthplace of the modern American documentary is Wisconsin, where Robert Drew brought a crew in early 1960 to film the campaigns of John F. Kennedy and Hubert Humphrey in that state’s Democratic Presidential primary. Albert Maysles...Show More Summary

Troublesome T cells have a healing side

Immune system cells linked to allergies also turn out to direct healing of mouse muscle wounds when paired with biologic "scaffolding" to support them, researchers from Johns Hopkins and the Kennedy Krieger Institute report. The finding,...Show More Summary

Whose face would you add to Mt. Rushmore? FDR leads the pack, poll says

Ever think about adding another granite face to Mt. Rushmore? Expedia says some of you have, and Franklin D. Roosevelt would be your top choice. The online travel company conducted a poll that says Americans picked John F. Kennedy and Ronald Reagan as second and third for the chiseled faces they...

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