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John F. Kennedy
Latest John F. Kennedy Items
With the mighty Jim Lehrer retiring, let's look at some of the most famous folks who have delivered the news.
Fifty years ago this week, a young American president traveled to France on his first state visit. But his three-day trip was overshadowed by his beautiful wife, who charmed the French and endeared herself to the frosty French leader, Charles de Gaulle.
Three cheers to The Washington Times for running John Akridge III's op-ed calling attention to the staggering embarrassment that the Mall has become ("Our embarrassing National Mall," Commentary, Monday).
ABC News is presenting never-before-heard recollections from Jacqueline Kennedy.
After setting a soaring vision to land a man on the moon, President John F. Kennedy struggled with how to sell the public on a costly space program he worried had "lost its glamour" and had scant political benefits, according to a newly released White House tape.
According to a University of Miami study, those historical rankings of American presidents that pop up every year or so are significantly weighted in favor of Democrats, thanks to the liberal leanings of academia.
On May 25, 1961, President Kennedy committed the nation to reach the moon by the end of the decade. The goal was reached, but a half-century later, our space program is adrift. On this 50th anniversary of one of the boldest moments in America's history, how can we chart a new course that truly sets us on the pathway to the stars?
A North Carolina school board member who fought redistricting plans because of racial segregation concerns and a Google executive who launched a Facebook page that sparked protests in Egypt were given the annual John F. Kennedy Profile in Courage Award on Monday.
Irish Ambassador Michael Collins proudly noted that his small country is the ancestral home of two American presidents, one Democrat and one Republican. The Democrat — President Obama — will visit the home of his "great-great-great-great-great-grandfather" on Monday.