The most powerful reporters—and spies—in America were haunted by the death of Mary Meyer, President Kennedy’s murdered lover. They knew her well. What secrets were in her diary?
The roots of the Kennedy conspiracy underlying Martin Scorsese’s “The Irishman,” which hits Netflix on Nov. 27.
The 22-year-old Boston College student was reportedly due to graduate next year.
Twenty years after John F. Kennedy Jr.’s untimely death, teachers, friends, and confidantes share memories of “America’s reluctant prince” in a new A&E documentary.
JFK’s biggest challenge in 1960 was being ‘the first’ (that is, Catholic). Castro’s is being the first Mexican American. But 1960 proves that prejudice can be overcome.
No matter how many trysts JFK had or how much he drank, his habits paled in comparison to his father Joe’s alleged activities during Prohibition.
The parallels between the Pittsburgh shooting and the 1963 Birmingham, Alabama church bombing are plain. The difference lies in how our respective presidents responded.