From Russia, With Love
How the KGB Duped Oliver Stone
The Two Kinds of American Sniper
Stephen King Talks JFK, Trump, and Cruz
The executive producer of 11.22.63, premiering Feb. 15 on Hulu, discusses the 2016 presidential race, his favorite movies of the year, and the Bowie collaboration that wasn’t.
PEAK KING TV
‘11.22.63’ and the Quest to Save JFK
Hulu’s adaptation of King’s historical epic is equal parts suspense, what-if fantasy, and doomed romance. Fate, it tells us, cannot change—not even through time travel.
The Business of Tragedy
The JFK Assassination Industry
The major players aggressively tending the flame of John Kennedy’s memory ranged from Life magazine to Jackie Kennedy.
Witness to History
The JFK Conspiracy Killer
Hugh Aynesworth was present when President Kennedy was shot, when Lee Harvey Oswald was arrested, and when Jack Ruby shot Oswald. He has spent his life debunking assassination theories.
The Essential JFK Books
Of the countless books written about JFK’s death 50 years ago, these are the only five that count—from the boiling hate pot of Dallas to definitive debunking of all the conspiracies.
The Craziest JFK Conspiracies
From the Secret Service agent whose gun went off accidentally to alien abduction, here are 12 experts’ favorite conspiracy theories about who killed JFK and why.
A Mother in History
Mrs. Oswald Was Creepy Company
She was manipulative, abrasive, and mercenary to a fault. To know his mother was to feel some small sympathy for Lee Harvey Oswald.