Eunice Kennedy Shriver wasn’t a president, attorney general or senator. But the lesser-known Kennedy sibling was arguably no less influential. Judy Woodruff talks with Eileen McNamara, author of the new book "Eunice: The Kennedy Who Changed the World."…
Warmer air temperatures have led to less dependable snow and ice for winter sports enthusiasts. PBS NewsHour asked viewers what that has meant for their favorite winter pastimes.
By Rebecca Jacobson, Inside Energy
U.S. tennis star Andy Roddick works with Special Olympics competitor James Reiter in a tennis clinic on Sunday in Nebraska. (Photo courtesy Special Olympics/Caroline Kilday, University of Nebraska) I can confirm there was at least one place in America…
Eunice Kennedy Shriver, a member of an American political dynasty and founder of the Special Olympics, died Tuesday morning at Cape Cod Hospital in Hyannis, Mass. She was 88.
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Special Olympics founder Eunice Kennedy Shriver, a member of the famed Kennedy family, died Tuesday at 88. An advocate for people with disabilities discusses her legacy.
Tim Shriver, Eunice Kennedy Shriver's son, talks about his mother and her legacy, the Special Olympics. Eunice Kennedy Shriver celebrates her 85th birthday this week.
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