The 2,800 records released on Thursday night include some that had dribbled out over the years but are getting renewed attention from being in this big batch.
By Laurie Kellman and Alanna Durkin Richer, Associated Press
From the beginning of his career, John F. Kennedy’s appeal was always more about image than ideology, the emotions he channeled than the policies he advanced, says University of Missouri-Columbia historian Steven Watts…
By Steven Watts, The Conversation
By PBS NewsHour
The skin-tight, crystal-covered gown Marilyn Monroe wore during her 1962 performance of “Happy Birthday Mr. President” picked up $4.8 million at auction Thursday night.
By Alison Thoet
Painter Jamie Wyeth, a descendant of one of the country's most famous artist families, recounts the rich details of 60-year career, spanning from the rugged coast of Maine to painting President John F. Kennedy to befriending Andy Warhol. WGBH's Jared…
By PBS NewsHour
Correspondent John Larson heads out on a reporting trip and discovers a powerful story en route. The young man sitting next to him in coach reveals his immigrant family's success story and their fierce devotion to America.
We look at JFK's legacy on the 50th anniversary of his assassination.
Shields and Brooks look at long-term impact of Senate's 'nuclear' rule change…
Commuters reading of John F. Kennedy's assassination, Nov. 22, 1963. Photo by Carl Mydans/Time Life Pictures/Getty Images With Friday marking 50 years after former President John F. Kennedy's assassination, President Barack Obama says he doesn't spend too much time…
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