John F. Kennedy
Judith Campbell, dubbed the “mob moll” by the media, had a passionate affair with JFK, and fell in love with him. She also became a conduit between the White House and the mob.
An excerpt from a new history of modern Ireland recounts how Irish fans of President Kennedy made fools of themselves when he visited.
The filmmaker’s new Showtime documentary “JFK Revisited: Through the Looking Glass” goes deep, deep down the rabbit hole that is the assassination of John F. Kennedy.
“You’re gonna find this hard to believe,” the late-night host told his viewers. “He didn’t show.”
There is a shared sense among historians that Kennedy was on his way to greatness when he died. An excellent new biography says the greatness was there all the time.
The former CNN anchor opens up to Marlow Stern about her new true-crime podcast and the mainstream media’s struggles with covering “batshit crazy” Trump.
The biography ‘Norma Jean: The Life of Marilyn Monroe,’ out April 28, contains a truly eye-opening claim concerning the actress and the Kennedys. Read it exclusively here.