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Topic - Robert F. Kennedy
The memory of Robert F. Kennedy rekindles bittersweet sentiment every St. Patrick's Day in Scranton. This year, the remembrance is especially appropriate. On March 17, 1964, the grief-stricken 38-year-old attorney general traveled to Scranton for his first public speaking appearance following the assassination of his brother, President John F. Kennedy, less than four months earlier in Dallas.
Poisonous feuds have long been a hallmark of Washington politics.
Kennedy cousin Michael Skakel, who was released from prison last year after he was granted a new trial in the 1975 slaying of a neighbor, has received approval to have a GPS tracking device temporarily relocated from his ankle while he attends his son's ski competition.
Sen. Robert F. Kennedy's killer was moved to a new prison in California on the 50th anniversary of the assassination of Kennedy's brother, President John F. Kennedy.
They may be getting older, but baby boomers are not ready to pass the torch to a new generation when it comes to setting the national media agenda.
Kennedy cousin Michael Skakel was granted bail Thursday and is expected to be released from prison while prosecutors in Connecticut appeal a ruling giving him a new trial in the 1975 slaying of neighbor Martha Moxley.
Entertainer Andy Williams was remembered Sunday for a smooth voice that could soothe the soul, an inviting smile and a warmth that became synonymous with Christmas as celebrities and fans alike gathered for a memorial tribute at his Moon River Theatre in the southwest Missouri town he adopted as his home.
A son of Ethel Kennedy and the late Sen. Robert F. Kennedy kicked a nurse to the floor as he tried take his newborn son out of a hospital without permission, a prosecutor said Monday.
Former South Dakota Sen. George S. McGovern, a lion of liberal causes in U.S. politics for more than a half-century whose loss in the 1972 presidential race to Richard Nixon would have profound consequences for the course of American politics, died Sunday morning at a hospice in Sioux Falls, S.D., at the age of 90.
In the thick of the presidential campaign, a documentary about a political wife wouldn't seem to offer respite from the clatter.
Mario Lopez and Khloe Kardashian Odom are officially joining "The X Factor."
A son of the late Sen. Robert F. Kennedy claimed Thursday that he is constitutionally entitled to see the medical records of two nurses who claim he injured them when he tried to take his newborn son from a hospital maternity ward.
In some ways, the history of Nicholas Katzenbach's time in government was itself a history of government in the 1960s.
Richard Threlkeld, a far-ranging and award-winning correspondent who worked for both CBS and ABC News during a long career, has been killed in a car crash on New York's Long Island.
It was an unlikely _ and coveted _ find: a thick United States government file discovered on the backseat of a New York City taxi, its pages containing mug shots, criminal associates and favorite hangouts of over 800 Mafia members during the 1950s and early 1960s. Such notorious figures as Carlo "Don Carlo" Gambino, Meyer Lansky and Salvatore "Lucky Luciano" Lucania each had their own entries.
"I've been practicing in front of a mirror," he told Guthman. "I can't get through it yet ... but I will."
He mentioned he had told Dave Powers, an aide and close friend of the president, of his decision to come to Scranton.