I wanted the rights to Stephen's King's recent sci-fi novel about the JFK assassination, but J. J. Abrams is already adapting the excellent book into an online miniseries. Come on! That guy gets to do everything.
What if John F. Kennedy and Marilyn Monroe stole a time-traveling DeLorean and teleported to the future to get married? Filmmaker J. B. Ghuman Jr. answers this question in his new art project starring Amanda Lepore and the Scissor Sisters' Jake Shears.
This week has offered a glimpse into the contradictions of modern Democratic politics, with Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton both trying to seem like normal Americans rather than the elite rich people they actually are.
In the annals of disastrous US intelligence failures, the 1961 Bay of Pigs invasion ranks near the top. But as we try to get a handle on what has become a global surveillance regime, the government still won't open up about its past.
On my wedding day I rented a 1965 Lincoln Continental convertible with suicide doors much like the one JFK was killed in. My wife, being the beacon of tolerance and patience that she is, agreed to reenact the assassination for our wedding video.
I'm a high school freshman face down on the desk in English class when the loudspeaker interrupts my sleep. The president is dead. Killed in Dallas. School's out for the rest of the day, which is good news.
Today we think of Kennedy in terms of myth: the golden hero of a bygone age whose life was cut down in a mysterious tragedy. But if we move past nostalgia and conspiracy, what remains of the 35th president's legacy?
Airports in Los Angeles, New York, Atlanta, and Dallas are spending billions of dollars to upgrade and remodel their airports to meet greater demand for modernized terminals, but the best airport I've been to is a small regional in Tallahassee, Florida.
I was hanging out in a business-class lounge at JFK airport, waiting for my flight, when I saw two women enter, one American, one Italian. Try to tell me which is which. The first looked relaxed, classy, and very rich. The second woman was wearing Uggs an…