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The 2015 Presidential One Dollar Coin Proof Set

The 2015 United States Mint Presidential $1 Coin Proof Set™, minted at the United States Mint in San Francisco – includes four proof finish coins featuring Presidents Harry S. Truman, Dwight D. Eisenhower, John F. Kennedy, and Lyndon B. Johnson. Each obverse (heads) shows the name and likeness of a United States President, the term […]

Meet the Other Ms. California

Based on the stereotypes of pageant queens, few would believe that a Ms. California could also be a Dr. California. But the newly crowned pageant queen, Dr. Alette Coble-Temple, is a full professor of psychology at John F. Kennedy University...Show More Summary

Killing Conspiracy

Fifty years after the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, 59 percent of Americans still believe it was the work of a conspiracy. I was once among them. Back in the early 1970s, as a high school senior and college freshman, IShow More Summary

Selena ... Her Murder as Big as JFK Assassination

Selena's murder 20 years ago today was every bit as big as the death of John Lennon, Elvis Presley and the assassination of John F. Kennedy... so claims the estate of the former queen Tejano music. Selena's estate claims in new legal docs her…

Obama invokes JFK as Iran talks hit deadline

yesterdayNews : The Raw Story

US President Barack Obama on Monday enlisted his predecessor John F. Kennedy in defense of contentious nuclear talks with Iran that are now coming down to the wire. Speaking at the dedication of the Edward M. Kennedy Institute for the US Senate in Boston, Obama said the negotiators led by Secretary...

On a cold Boston morning, remembering Teddy Kennedy

A host of political luminaries attended the dedication Monday of the Edward M. Kennedy Institute on Columbia Point, right next to the presidential library of Teddy’s older brother, President John F. Kennedy.

Chris Matthews: Teddy Would Have Made It Into JFK's List of 'Greatest Senators' of All Time

If then-Senator John F. Kennedy could have looked into the future and seen his youngest brother's career in the world's greatest deliberative body, he'd have named Sen. Ted Kennedy as among the best to have ever graced its hallowed halls,...Show More Summary

Obama to attend opening of Institute honoring Sen. Kennedy

BOSTON (AP) — President Barack Obama, Vice President Joe Biden and Republican U.S. Sen. John McCain are among the guests scheduled to pay tribute to the late Sen. Edward Kennedy at the formal dedication of an institute named for himShow More Summary

Identity Politics in 1960

The following is the first of three articles adapted from David Nasaw’s The Patriarch: The Remarkable Life and Turbulent Times of Joseph P. Kennedy, out now from the Penguin Press. John F. Kennedy easily won re-election to the Senate in November 1958 with nearly three-quarters of the votes cast in his favor. Show More Summary

Who Wrote JFK's Inaugural?

In my childhood imagination, John F. Kennedy slotted somewhere below DiMaggio and above De Niro in a loose ranking of latter-day American deities. When I was just a toddler, the late president left a lasting impression on me, literally,...Show More Summary

Kerry cancels trip in honor of Ted Kennedy as Iran talks intensify

LAUSANNE, Switzerland (Reuters) - U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry canceled plans to fly to Boston for a ceremony in honor of his late friend Edward Kennedy as talks on Iran's nuclear program intensified in Switzerland, with two days left to a deadline.

Kennedycare

In the spring of 1962, President John F. Kennedy launched a bold effort to provide health care for the aged—later to be known as Medicare. It culminated in a nationally televised presidential address from Madison Square Garden, carried on the three television networks. Show More Summary

Kerry to skip Kennedy bash, suggesting Iran talks are still sticky

Secretary of State John F. Kerry said early Sunday he would be unable to attend the Monday dedication of an institute honoring the late Sen. Edward M. Kennedy, an acknowledgement that negotiations seeking a deal to curb Iran’s nuclear program would not be finished Sunday, as had been...

A Killer’s Last Steps

A couple months ago I began the tour for my book about President John F. Kennedy’s assassination with a lecture at Southern Methodist University in Dallas—a talk I was told would be attended by four members of the Oswald family. Also at the lecture were three men who knew a lot about Nov. Show More Summary

I Saw JFK Murdered When I Was 6 Years Old

In a few frames of Abraham Zapruder’s famous 8mm film capturing the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, one can make out a blurry image of a father, mother, and small child facing the president’s car after the shots have been fired. Show More Summary

A Grave Matter

The idea that there was more than one Lee Harvey Oswald has to be among the most bizarre conspiracy theories suggested to explain President John F. Kennedy’s assassination. It is also the only one that led graveyard diggers to disturb...Show More Summary

Ever After

“Theme & Variations”, “Pillar of Fire”, “Rodeo” American Ballet Theatre Opera House The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts Washington, DC March 23, 2015 by George Jackson copyright © 2015 by George Jackson A mixed program...Show More Summary

First speakers announced for VB Growth Summit (June 1-2)

VB Event: John Kennedy, CMO of Xerox, and Scott Brinker, Co-founder and CTO of ion interactive, will be speaking at VB's first Growth Summit, bringing together only 180 senior marketers by invitation only.

Daily Show’s Kristen Schaal Delivers a Big ‘Fck You’ to Gender Pay Gap

last weekNews : Mediaite

The Daily Show's Senior Women's Issues Correspondent Kristen Schaal returned Tuesday night to tackle a new report that says women in this country might not see pay equality until the year 2058. Even though President John F. Kennedy passed...Show More Summary

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