The Latest: JFK's rocking chair sells for $50K at auction

Aug 3, 2018

A rocking chair that the late President John F. Kennedy used in the Oval Office has sold at auction for $50,000

German nationalist criticized for Hitler plot post

Aug 2, 2018

The nationalist Alternative for Germany party is distancing itself from a member who reportedly described a leader of a failed 1944 attempt to assassinate Adolf Hitler as a "traitor."

Texas ranch shows President Johnson's struggles and triumphs

Jul 16, 2018

LBJ Ranch in Texas, where President Lyndon Johnson was born, lived and died, tells the story of his struggles, triumphs and power

Prosecutor: Suspects in N. Korean death are trained killers

Jun 28, 2018

Prosecutors say two Southeast Asian women on trial for killing the estranged half brother of North Korea's leader are trained assassins

Lawyers: Case against 2 in murder of N. Korean scion feeble

Jun 27, 2018

Defense lawyers say circumstantial evidence against two women accused of poisoning to death the estranged half brother of North Korea's leader is feeble, and have urged the judge to acquit their clients

First lady attends annual Ford's Theatre gala in Washington

Jun 11, 2018

Melania Trump has attended an annual gala in benefiting the Washington theater where Abraham Lincoln was assassinated

RFK's birthplace marking 50 years since his assassination

Jun 6, 2018

The John Fitzgerald Kennedy National Historic Site _ named for Robert Kennedy's brother, President John F. Kennedy _ held an exhibition on Robert Kennedy's life and offered neighborhood tours on Wednesday

Wounded RFK aide from shooting still pushing RFK legacy

Jun 3, 2018

Union leader and former Robert Kennedy aide Paul Schrade suffered years of depression following the assassination but now is staunchly committed to preserving RFK's legacy

Busboy who held dying RFK speaks of lingering pain

Jun 2, 2018

For almost a half a century, the Mexican immigrant busboy who came to the aid and held a dying Robert Kennedy had blamed himself and wondered if he could have done more

Reno man appeals again in ex-wife's murder, judge shooting

May 1, 2018

The former wealthy owner of a Reno pawn shop is again appealing his murder conviction after pleading guilty to killing his ex-wife and trying to assassinate the judge who handled their divorce 12 years ago

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