Photographer’s granddaughter sues over JFK assassination filmPhotographer’s granddaughter sues over JFK assassination filmDALLAS – More than 37 years after it was last publicly seen, a North Texas woman is suing the federal government for the return of an original film that captured the assassination of President John F. Kennedy in Dealey Plaza 52 years ago.
Sunday marks 52nd anniversary of JFK assassinationSunday marks 52nd anniversary of JFK assassinationThis Sunday is the 52nd anniversary of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy in Dallas, Texas.
Bryan Cranston inhabits two historic figuresBryan Cranston inhabits two historic figuresThe actor finds commonalities between Dalton Trumbo and Lyndon Johnson.
Woman who witnessed JFK assassination shares storyWoman who witnessed JFK assassination shares storyA former journalist and one of the closest eyewitnesses to the assassination of President John F. Kennedy describes how the infamous moment unfolded from her point of view.
Eyewitness to JFK assassination tells her story againEyewitness to JFK assassination tells her story againPillsworth was one of the closest eyewitnesses to the assassination of President John F. Kennedy.
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Priceless JFK license plates found in kitchen drawerPriceless JFK license plates found in kitchen drawerThese bright yellow plates were on the car in which President Kennedy was assassinated.
Priceless JFK license plates sat for years in kitchen junk drawerPriceless JFK license plates sat for years in kitchen junk drawerLicense plates from President John F. Kennedy's limousine sat for years in the kitchen junk drawer of a Cincinnati home
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GOP’s Benghazi backfire – Hillary takes them downGOP’s Benghazi backfire – Hillary takes them downThe crazies among them drove out their own Speaker of the House.
Rep. Susan Brooks says she's ready to question Hillary Clinton on BenghaziRep. Susan Brooks says she's ready to question Hillary Clinton on BenghaziBrooks says emails obtained by the House committee on Benghazi "give a bit of a clearer picture" about what Clinton knew
Ventura unsure if he will run for presidentVentura unsure if he will run for presidentDozens of people showed up to hear former Governor Jesse Ventura speak at book signing event Thursday night.
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Tax dollars are being wasted on Benghazi, moreTax dollars are being wasted on Benghazi, moreBenghazi Select Committee, Planned Parenthood defunding efforts are waste of time, money
News-Star celebrates 125th anniversaryNews-Star celebrates 125th anniversarySince 1890, The News-Star has served northeastern Louisiana. We're looking forward to serving you for another 125 years.
Justices to decide on young prison ‘lifers’ sentencesJustices to decide on young prison ‘lifers’ sentencesThe Supreme Court will decide if its ruling throwing out mandatory life in prison for teens should apply to older cases
Fla. pastor's book details friendship with Lennon killerFla. pastor's book details friendship with Lennon killerIt was one of the most shocking milestones for a generation that came of age in the shadow of assassination and turbulent social change in the 1960s.
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Fla. pastor's book details friendship with Lennon killerFla. pastor's book details friendship with Lennon killerKen Babington said his 1982 letter to Mark David Chapman ignited a decades-long ministry.
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Secret Service agent remembered as hero for saving Ronald ReaganSecret Service agent remembered as hero for saving Ronald ReaganParr has been hailed a hero for saving Reagan when he pushed the president into a car March 30, 1981, after John Hinckley fired shots outside the Hilton hotel in Washington, D.C.
CBS News legend honored in St. PeteCBS News legend honored in St. PeteCBS News Legend Honored in St. Pete
Peace Corps group returns for reunionPeace Corps group returns for reunionRappelling in the Organ Mountains, learning about John F. Kennedy’s death, taking four-hour Spanish classes daily and raising chickens are some of the Peace Corps volunteers’ memories of training at New Mexico State University in 1963.
Aggie Peace Corps members return after 52 yearsAggie Peace Corps members return after 52 yearsNMSU hosts reunion for Peace Corps trainees 52 years later
Stanford: Benghazi committee should stand downStanford: Benghazi committee should stand downCalifornia's Rep. Kevin McCarthy exposes real purpose of the Benghazi committee, make Hillary Clinton unelectable
USC Game vs. LSU Could Be MovedUSC Game vs. LSU Could Be MovedSaturday's match up between USC and LSU may be moved due to flooding.
Dealey Plaza travels back in time for JFK mini-seriesDealey Plaza travels back in time for JFK mini-seriesDealey Plaza will transform into the set of a TV mini-series this week. Crews began setting up before sunrise Tuesday, parking classic cars along Houston Street.
Time for the Benghazi Committee to stand downTime for the Benghazi Committee to stand downTime for the Benghazi Committee to stand down
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Dallas Love Field gets marker illuminating where LBJ was sworn inDallas Love Field gets marker illuminating where LBJ was sworn inLove Field has officially marked where LBJ took the oath of office aboard Air Force One.
Love Field illuminates location where LBJ was sworn inLove Field illuminates location where LBJ was sworn inAfter almost 52 years, Love Field has officially marked the location where President Lyndon Baines Johnson took the oath of office.