Senator Robert Kennedy speaking at an election rally in 1968. (Photo: Harry Benson/Express/Getty Images)

#Throwback Thursday: RFK’s Assassination

At the time, Secret Service protected incumbent presidents, but not presidential candidates.


192021 08: John Kennedy Jr. playing in the Oval Office at the White House, Washington, DC, October 15, 1963. (Photo by Liaison Agency)

Rep. Clay Recalls His Memories of JFK Assassination

“At dinner that night, my Dad got up and excused himself from the table. That was the first time that I ever saw him cry,” the younger Clay recalls.


Picture dated 22 November 1963 of US President John F. Kennedy and his wife Jacqueline, shortly before his assassination in Dallas. Photo prise le 22 novembre 1963, du Président J. F. Kennedy et son épouse Jacqueline, juste avant son assassinat à Dallas. (Photo credit should read OFF/AFP/Getty Images)

Deep-Rooted Effects of Kennedy’s Assassination

Fifty years ago today, our nation was shocked. A beloved, energetic, young president was fatally shot by a sniper before thousands while traveling in a presidential motorcade.


American president John F Kennedy making a point during a press conference in the new State Department Auditorium in Washington.  Original Publication: People Disc - HU0135   (Photo by Keystone/Getty Images)

Director Stone in St. Louis for ‘JFK’ Screening

Filmmaker Oliver Stone will present a director’s-cut version of his 1991 movie “JFK” as part of the St. Louis International Film Festival.


Lincolm Museum, Springfield

Lincoln Assassination Exhibit Opens

…146th anniversary of the assassination of the former president.


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