John F Kennedy
The Kennedy Center says it has raised an additional $40 million in gifts and pledges to fund the first major expansion of the memorial to President John F. Kennedy.
Fifty years later. It’s been an emotional time of remembrance as we continue honoring former President John F. Kennedy killed five decades ago.
President Barack Obama will visit John F. Kennedy’s gravesite next week and pay tribute to two of Kennedy’s lasting initiatives as the nation observes the 50th anniversary of his assassination.
Early interviews with John F. Kennedy, Hubert Humphrey and Ronald Reagan are part of a collection of public broadcast recordings dating to the 1950s that will be preserved at the Library of Congress.
Former first daughter Caroline Kennedy said Thursday that she would be humbled to carry forward her father’s legacy if confirmed by the Senate to be the next U.S. ambassador to Japan.
Some never-before-seen artifacts from the minutes and hours following President John F. Kennedy’s assassination are going on display in Washington.
The Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts is planning its first major expansion since it opened in 1971 as a “living memorial” to President John F. Kennedy, with new features including pavilions to house rehearsal halls and classrooms, a memorial garden and a floating stage on the Potomac River.
The Newseum in Washington will mark the 50th anniversary of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy next year with a new film and exhibits chronicling the 35th president’s life.
The JFK 50 Mile ultramarathon will still include a 13-mile section of the Appalachian National Scenic Trail.
Every couple of years, a news photograph comes along that we’ll never forget. One of the most memorable images was taken by a photographer from Annapolis.
It’s been almost 50 years since John F. Kennedy’s assassination and new information from that day in Dallas has just been released to the public. For the first time, we’re hearing long-lost audiotapes from Air Force One.