An eyewitness account of the assassination of President Kennedy.
Oct 27, 2017 ... Nearly 3,000 secret government files related to John F. Kennedy's 1963 assassination have been made public more than 50 years after the beloved president was gunned down as he and his motorcade rode through Texas' Dealey Plaza. Now, the public is getting an up-close look at authorities' struggle to ...
Oct 27, 2017 ... Russia feared an 'irresponsible' US general could launch a revenge missile strike in the wake of John F Kennedy's assassination, while Dallas police knew about the threat to kill Lee Harvey Oswald, it has emerged. Thousands of previously classified files relating to the assassination of the US President ...
Nov 22, 2017 ... On this dark day, November 22, 1963: Irish American President John F Kennedy was assassinated in Dallas. Today we remember the world's great loss.
Oct 29, 2017 ... READ the released document first before you get all pissed off based on just the headline! The Surgeon General NEVER filed any report saying JFK was shot in the throat from the front. If so where is the report? Trust me had the surgeon General stated that right after the assassination that would have been ...
Oct 25, 2017 ... Tired of answering phones in an empty newsroom while his colleagues covered President Kennedy's visit to the city, the 32-year-old science and aerospace writer decided to try to catch a glimpse of JFK for himself.
Sep 27, 2017 ... Fifty-four years after the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, two U.S. lawmakers who lived through the ordeal are calling for the declassification of thousands of pages of long-secret documents related to his death.
Oct 27, 2017 ... EDITOR'S NOTE - On Nov. 22, 1963, President John F. Kennedy was assassinated while visiting Texas with his wife.AP photographer James "Ike" Altgens was near...
Nov 22, 2017 ... 22, 1963, President John F. Kennedy was assassinated while visiting Texas with his wife. AP photographer James "Ike" Altgens was near the president, and relayed the news to Dallas bureau chief Bob Johnson, who filed the first AP news bulletin on the shooting. It read: "President Kennedy was shot today ...