For the first time, some of the condolence letters sent to First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy after President John F. Kennedy's assassination in 1963 have been published. Gwen Ifill talks to historian Ellen Fitzpatrick about the letters and her book.
Hundreds of political luminaries paid tribute to Sen. Edward Kennedy on a rainy Saturday in Boston as three days of memorials were set to culminate with his entombment near his slain brothers.
Robert McNamara, one of the primary architects of the Vietnam War, died Monday at age 93. Jim Lehrer talks to Deborah Shapely, the author of a McNamara biography, and Errol Morris, the documentarian who made "Fog of War" about the…
In his new book, "The Place to Be", veteran television news journalist and former NewsHour correspondent Roger Mudd describes more than 20 years working in the Washington bureau of CBS News and assesses the future of the television news business.
By PBS NewsHour
In 1961, poet Robert Frost read his poem "The Gift Outright" at the inauguration of John Kennedy.
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