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Dr. Werner Spitz is a world renowned forensic pathologist who has worked on high profile investigations, like the assassination of President John F. Kennedy and the civil trial against OJ Simpson. [Read More]
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Running neck and neck with the Zapruder film, in terms of endless analysis, is a 60-second piece of 16mm footage that has come to be known as the Patterson-Gimlin film. Shot in 1967 in Northern California, the film purports to show Bigfoot trudging past the camera, looking straight into the lens, and then heading off into the forest. Just as much of the case for a second gunman in the assassination of President John F. Kennedy stems from the home movie made by Abraham Zupruder on Nov. 22, 1963, the Patterson-Gimlin film has fueled the notion of... [Read More]
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In 1962 President John F. Kennedy said: "We choose to go to the moon in this decade and do the other things, not because they are easy, but because they... [Read More]
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Although set in the aftermath of President John F. Kennedy's assassination, "November Road" avoids being another novel about that fateful day in Dallas. Instead, this superior novel from Edgar winner Lou Berney melds crime fiction with a tale about people…... [Read More]
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Filmmaker Rory Kennedy couldn't resist the obvious place to open her new documentary on NASA. That's a news clip of her uncle, President John F. Kennedy,... [Read More]
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On April 28, 1961—a decade after General Douglas MacArthur was fired for defying Harry Truman on Korea—the controversial commander hosted President John F. Kennedy at New York's Waldorf Astoria Hotel, where MacArthur and his wife lived in a suite on the 37th floor. The contrast between the two could not have been more obvious: MacArthur, then in his early eighties, was mottled, frail, and walked with a slight stoop, while the newly inaugurated Kennedy was young, fit, and vibrant. The two sequestered themselves in MacArthur's suite, then posed for photographers, the young president obviously proud to appear with the... [Read More]
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The public outpouring of support for newly elected President John F. Kennedy in 1960 was exceeded in scope and magnitude by the manifestations of grief and mourning after his assassination in 1963. These responses had an unusually strong visual component: likenesses of the president were framed in shop windows, pinned to living room walls, and plastered in public spaces across... [Read More]
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"November Road" (Morrow,) by Lou Berney Although set in the aftermath of President John F. Kennedy's assassination, "November Road" avoids being another novel about that fateful day in Dallas. Instead, this superior novel from Edgar winner Lou Berney melds crime fiction with a tale about people reinventing themselves, played out during a cross-country automobile trip. "November Road" quickly evolves into an emotional story about the power of love and redemption through sacrifice with the backdrop of a crucial historical moment. Frank Guidry is at the top of his world as a "fixer extraordinaire" for New Orleans mob boss Carlos... [Read More]
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Longtime John Birch Society president John F. McManus' book about the Society explains why and how the Society came into being, as well as the campaigns by it and against it. by William F. Jasper... [Read More]
The Republican nominee for Texas' junior Senate seat is incumbent "Lying" Ted Cruz, whose father (per President Donald Trump) was somehow involved in the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. [Read More]
A strong dam may hold back an immense quantity of water, but once it breaks the resulting flood may sweep aside everything in its path.  I had spent nearly my entire life never doubting that a lone gunman named Lee Harvey Oswald killed President John F. Kennedy nor that a different lone gunman took the... [Read More]
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The Secret Service agent who used his body to shield First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy the day President John F. Kennedy was assassinated will receive the highest honor bestowed by his home state of North Dakota. [Read More]
Secret Service agent who used body to shield first lady Jacqueline Kennedy when President John F. Kennedy was assassinated to receive home state's highest honor... [Read More]
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The Secret Service agent who famously used his body to shield first lady Jacqueline Kennedy the day President John F. Kennedy was assassinated will receive the highest honor bestowed by his home state of North Dakota. Gov. Doug Burgum announced Friday that former agent Clint Hill will receive the Theodore Roosevelt Rough... [Read More]
The term moonshot traces its origins to 1962, when former President John F. Kennedy declared in a speech at Rice University "we choose to go the moon and do other things not because they are easy, but because they are hard."The University of Florida unveiled its own moonshots on Thursday, committing more than $17 million to eight projects school officials believe can help solve society's urgent problems.The initiative was spearheaded by UF Provost Joe... [Read More]
There are three dates that stand out in the memory of Paxton Mayor Bill Ingold and many others his age who live in the Ford County seat:— Nov. 22, 1963, when President John F. Kennedy was assassinated.— Sept. 11, 2001, when airplanes were flown into the World Trade Center in a series of coordinated terrorist attacks. [Read More]
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The JFK Library Foundation has launched a new podcast designed to help bring stories of President John F. Kennedy and his life to new audiences. [Read More]
The JFK Library Foundation has launched a new podcast designed to help bring stories of President John F. Kennedy and his life to new audiences. The podcast, called JFK35 -because Kennedy was the nation's 35th president... [Read More]
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