The desk was the centerpiece of a new exhibition in November at the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum in Boston devoted to the 35th president’s early years, even though the museum put it into storage in 1993 after school officials said it was clear to them the desk wasn’t Kennedy’s.
A look at things that have happened on Aug. 21.
CBS News is replaying its 1963 coverage of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy in real time.
Some of the people at President John F. Kennedy\’s tomb in Arlington National Cemetery remember where they were when he was assassinated 50 years ago; some are much too young, but mark other connections.
It was a five-month investigation into a 50-year mystery as American
University students tried to answer the question \”Who Killed JFK?\”
Fifty years after President Kennedy was shot and killed in Dallas, Americans are remembering where they were when they learned he had been assassinated. WTOP\’S Kate Ryan and her family learned from their dad, who was one of three men anchoring NBC New\’s live coverage during that long, terrible weekend.
There\’s been plenty of interesting baseball history in the city, and author Fred Frommer has gotten it all down in a recent book.
The eternal flame at John F. Kennedy\’s grave site
is losing its spark. Arlington Cemetery plans a
$350,000 update to repair the flame.
A collection of photos from Camelot are being
released as part of a