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August 1, 1998 | From Associated Press
New testimony released Friday about the autopsy on President John F. Kennedy says a second set of pictures was taken of Kennedy's wounds, but those photographs were never made public. The existence of additional photographs, believed taken by White House photographer Robert L. Knudsen during or after the autopsy at the National Naval Medical Center in Bethesda, Md., raised new questions about how the autopsy was conducted, a subject of intense debate for 35 years.
November 2, 1993 | DEBORAH SULLIVAN
John F. Kennedy Jr.--wearing a designer tie and regal smile--is unmistakable as Prince Charming. That was why the publishers at Dutton decided to print the fairy tale title of Wendy Leigh's new biography on the back cover only, leaving the front to a close-up of His Kennedyness. "When you have a face like this, that's so recognizable, what more do you need for a cover?" Dutton spokeswoman Jennifer Marcus explained. "Nobody is confused about what the book is about."
The postponement of Game 3 of the World Series after a devastating earthquake hit the San Francisco Bay Area is the first time a major sports event has been delayed because of a natural disaster. However, it is not the first time a postponement of a major sports event has been considered. National Football League Commissioner Pete Rozelle was widely criticized in 1963 for allowing NFL games to continue the weekend after the assassination of President John F. Kennedy.
March 13, 2001 | Associated Press
The family of former President John F. Kennedy asked a group of Republican consultants on Monday to spike a radio ad for the Bush administration's tax cut that includes a clip of the late president pitching his own across-the-board tax cuts in 1962. The letter from Caroline Kennedy, daughter of the late former president, and his brother Sen. Edward M. Kennedy said the GOP ad is "intellectually dishonest and politically irresponsible." "President Kennedy's tax cut was responsible.
March 17, 1998 | From Associated Press
A document dealer was arrested Monday on charges he forged papers supposedly proving President John F. Kennedy had an affair with Marilyn Monroe. Lawrence Cusack III was charged with mail and wire fraud. Court papers said Cusack defrauded dozens of investors around the country of up to $7 million by selling them ownership shares of letters and notes purportedly written by Kennedy, Robert F. Kennedy and Monroe.
October 26, 1988 | Associated Press
A British television documentary says U.S. organized crime was behind the assassination of President John F. Kennedy and that his shooting was carried out by three French gangsters. The two-hour Central Television program entitled "The Men Who Killed Kennedy" says the assassins were from Marseilles. Details of the program were released Tuesday before it aired Tuesday night. The documentary names one of the alleged gunmen as Lucien Sarti and says he was shot to death in Mexico in 1972.
August 12, 1992 | From Associated Press
A mock trial jury on Tuesday didn't come any closer to closing the book on questions about Lee Harvey Oswald, splitting 7 to 5 on whether he killed President John F. Kennedy. The two-day mock trial presented by the American Bar Assn. involved testimony from witnesses portrayed by actors, computer animation and enhancement of the home movie made in 1963 as Kennedy was shot to death in Dallas.
June 18, 1993 | The Washington Post
Former Texas Gov. John B. Connally was buried Thursday in Austin after a frantic and unsuccessful effort to get family permission to extract bullet fragments left in his body almost 30 years ago. Hundreds of mourners attended the rites. FBI officials in Dallas had recommended that an attempt be made to recover the evidence and settle a longstanding controversy about whether Connally was hit by the same bullet that wounded President John F. Kennedy on Nov.
January 7, 1992 | Times Staff Writer
Former Soviet leader Nikita S. Khrushchev, referring often to the thermonuclear war that had just been averted, urged President John F. Kennedy to join him in taking advantage of the end of the Cuban missile crisis to solve all remaining U.S.-Soviet problems, especially the status of Berlin, newly declassified letters indicated Monday.
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