Martin Kennedy Jr., a 18-year-old Latino male, died Saturday, Sept. 24, after being stabbed in Green Meadows, according to Los Angeles County coroner's records.
Rose Elizabeth Fitzgerald Kennedy, the diminutive but extraordinary wife of Joseph P. Kennedy Sr., and the mother of Joseph Patrick "Joe" Kennedy Jr., John Fitzgerald "Jack" Kennedy, Rose Marie "Rosemary" Kennedy, Kathleen Agnes "Kick" Kennedy, Eunice Mary Kennedy, Patricia Helen "Pat" Kennedy,...
On a sleek white coffee table in Apple Inc. Chief Executive Tim Cook's fourth-floor office in late July, beneath framed posters of Robert F. Kennedy, the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. and Jackie Robinson, a rose-gold iPhone 6s sits in its original box. Earlier that morning, Cook had stood in front...
"What you've done is not justifiable under the laws of God or laws of man," Judge Kathleen Kennedy said to Lonnie Franklin, Jr. in court [ more › ]
(Steven Hayward) Everyone remember Hurricane Katrina in 2005? The climatistas fell all over themselves to rush to attribute Katrina to climate change—it was either Robert F. Kennedy Jr. or Al Gore Jr. (they seem to be in a race to see...Show More Summary
Vincent Kennedy McMahon, Jr., CEO of World Wrestling Entertainment, has been called many things during his tenure as chairman of the wrestling organization. Mastermind, psychopath, megalomaniac, genius, dictator. He has been accusedShow More Summary
As Democrats prepared for a scorching Philadelphia night during which delegates were to formally give Hillary Clinton the 2016 presidential nomination, a small audience sat in a chilled room and considered what might have been. Spike...Show More Summary
Today, we present a guest post written by Jeffrey Frankel, Harpel Professor at Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government, and formerly a member of the White House Council of Economic Advisers. When interviewed about the unemployment numbers, which have fallen steadily since 2010, Donald Trump Jr., replied “These are artificial numbers. These are numbers that are […]
Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. claims in a new book that his cousin Michael Skakel was railroaded in the 1975 murder of his teen neighbor Martha Moxley in Greenwich, Conn.
Writes Scott Adams....And notice how Donald Jr. and Eric both have the speaking cadence of John and Jack Kennedy. John and Jack, eh? I love Scott Adams... but he's not infallible. Here at Meadhouse, we were saying Donald Jr. is Bobby Kennedy. Show More Summary
Paul Begala told People magazine that John F. Kennedy Jr. sent Bill Clinton a fax during the height of the Monica Lewinsky scandal. It read: “Dear Mr. President, I sat under that desk – there’s barely room for a 3-year-old, [...]
Robert Kennedy Jr. argues that relative Michael Skakel was wrongly convicted of killing Martha Moxley.
Some of us remember John F. Kennedy Jr. as the little boy who famously played under his father’s desk and saluted his casket. Others remember him as a fixture of ‘90s tabloids and society gossip. Me? I think of him as the almost-boyfriend of Elaine Benes. Show More Summary
On November 22, 1968, which marked the five-year anniversary of the assassination of John F. Kennedy, in Dallas, and was seven months after the assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr., in Memphis, a daguerreotype of Frederick Douglass...Show More Summary
The Kennedy son claims his cousin, Michael Skakel, was 11 miles away from home when 15-year-old Martha Moxley was killed.
Did Kennedy relative Michael Skakel serve more than 11 years in prison for a heinous crime he didn’t commit? In his new book, Framed, family ally Robert F. Kennedy Jr.… READ ON
The Colony occupied a lofty perch in New York City’s dining scene, becoming a destination for boldface names like Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis and Frank Sinatra.
Richard Childress Racing added some star power to its No. 2 NASCAR XFINITY Series on Wednesday. RCR announced it has filled the seat for the five NXS standalone races. Ben Kennedy, Sam Hornish Jr., AJ Allmendinger and Michael McDowell will all get a shot at bringing the No. Show More Summary
…was assassinated on this day in 1968, when we lived in Dallas. I remember it. Many years later, I had the great fortune to work with his son, Bobby Kennedy, Jr. Bobby gave my team a plug, and gave me the photo seen below, too. It’s him on his Dad’s knee. What a terrible day […]
Bob Barnes for WaPo: Stevens, who was joined by Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr. and Justice Anthony M. Kennedy, mentioned a dozen times in the opinion that it was based on “the record” in the case. “I learned a … Continue reading ...