John F. Kennedy’s diary from 1945, going up for auction on his 100th birth anniversary April 26, revealed that the young former president believed Adolf Hitler might still be alive after the end of the World War II, reports said Saturday. He wrote the 61-page diary while touring Europe during...
On a glorious afternoon in August 1963, after the massive March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom wrapped up on the national mall, President John F. Kennedy, prodded by Attorney General Robert Kennedy, welcomed John Lewis, Martin Luther King Jr., Bayard Rustin, and other march organizers to the White House for a discussion of proposed civil rights legislation...
As we near the 100th anniversary of John F. Kennedy's birth, Boston-based RR Auction announces the manuscript: Prelude to Leadership - JFK's Summer Diary of 1945 will be featured in an upcoming live auction on April 26, 2017. This 61-page...Show More Summary
Throughout his confirmation hearings, Judge Neil Gorsuch cited former Supreme Court Justice Byron White as a personal hero. White, a John F. Kennedy nominee who served on the court from 1962 to 1993, was a star NFL player before moving...Show More Summary
It is one of the most famous liberal media narratives in American history. On November 22, 1963, President John F. Kennedy was assassinated in Dallas, Texas. For anyone alive in the day - I was in the 7th grade - it was a horrific moment. Show More Summary
In the aftermath of World War II, a young John F. Kennedy toured Hitler's mountaintop retreat and recorded his thoughts about the German dictator. "Within a few years Hitler will emerge from the hatred that surrounds him now as one of the most significant figures who ever lived," the 28-year-old...
Writing in 1945, the future President predicted that Hitler would be "one of the most significant figures who ever lived"
A young John F. Kennedy thought Adolf Hitler had the “stuff of which legends are made."
From an interview of F. M. Scherer (Professor Emeritus in the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard, and former chief economist at the Federal Trade Commission) at ProMarket: “Our Efforts to Deal With Tech Firms’ Market Dominance in...
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Dear President Trump, I was thrilled to see that you plan to donate your salary to charity. There’s a long and storied history of presidential charity. Both Herbert Hoover and John F. Kennedy donated their salaries as well, and Barack Obama’s charitable giving included donating the entire $1.4 million award he received with the Nobel Peace Prize. Show More Summary
Hassan Aden, 52, is a retired Greenville, N.C., police chief and a former deputy chief with the Alexandria police in Va. Aden says he was "profiled" at New York's John F. Kennedy International Airport because of his name.
RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — A former North Carolina police chief whose mother is Italian and father is Somali said Sunday that he's disappointed with his country of 42 years after he was detained at John F. Kennedy International Airport.
Mr. Herbers reported on national affairs including racial violence in the Deep South, protests against the Vietnam War, the assassination of Senator Robert F. Kennedy and the Watergate scandal.
(John Hinderaker) For many years following the Kennedy assassination, it was an article of faith that the Secret Service provided unparalleled security for U.S. presidents. That perception might have changed if President Reagan had bled to death after he was shot by John Hinckley. Show More Summary
Tonight, around 9:00 p.m., a group of 20 lawyers and translators will gather at John F. Kennedy Airport with their laptops and resurrect a central command station at the arrivals gate at Terminal 4. The second iteration of PresidentShow More Summary
On Sept. 12, 1962, President John F. Kennedy addressed an audience of 35,000 people at Rice University in Houston and put forth his vision for sending an American to the moon before the end of the decade. Houston was NASA’s newly established...Show More Summary
The John F. Kennedy Library Foundation has launched a public campaign to raise funds to help preserve the former president's beloved wooden sailboat. The goal of the GoFundMe campaign launched … Click to Continue »
A few days after President John F. Kennedy made a calamitous early misstep—a carelessly planned attempt to invade Cuba and overthrow Fidel Castro, in April, 1961—he invited Dwight D. Eisenhower, his predecessor as President, for lunch. Show More Summary
In 1962, a seven year old Chinese boy named Yo-Yo Ma accompanied by his talented sister Yeou-Cheng Ma, made his American stage debut to an illustrious audience that included sitting President John F. Kennedy and First Lady Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy along with a number of other luminaries. The event was “The American Pageant of the […]