Mourners lined up from Cape Cod to the JFK Library in Boston to commemorate the life of Sen. Edward Kennedy. Kwame Holman reports.
Judy Woodruff explores the legendary Kennedy cadence that made the family so famous and persuasive.
Analysts Mark Shields and David Brooks are joined by historian Ellen Fitzpatrick and health care advocate Ron Pollack to discuss Kennedy's political legacy.
A journalist, clergyman and congressman who were close to Sen. Ted Kennedy reflect on his personality, faith and friendships.
Ray Suarez recaps reactions to Senator Kennedy's death from around the country.
Sen. Edward M. Kennedy, known as the "liberal lion of the Senate," and the last surviving brother of a fabled political dynasty, died late Tuesday at his home in Cape Cod after a year-long struggle with a malignant brain tumor.
By Leah Clapman
As news of the passing of Sen. Edward M. Kennedy spread Wednesday, friends and colleagues mourned the man affectionately known in Washington as the lion of the Senate.
Kwame Holman looks back at the life of the last surviving Kennedy brother and his role as a liberal stalwart.
Utah Sen. Orrin Hatch speaks with Judy Woodruff about Sen. Kennedy's life, legacy, battle with brain cancer and their unlikely friendship.
In other news, the death toll from Wednesday's bombings across Baghdad climbed to at least 101 people, and ten alleged leaders of Mexican frug cartels have been indicted in the U.S.
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