John F. Kennedy
Michael Kupperman gives us his account of why Nixon lost the presidential election of 1960.
The 2,891 recently released files shed light on the hectic aftermath of the assassination, as well as a significant memo from J. Edgar Hoover.
In 1960, President-elect John F. Kennedy wrote an article for Sports Illustrated titled "The Soft American," warning that the nation was producing too many large, doughy boys. For better and for worse, his ideas continue to resonate.
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Post Malone Parrots JFK Assassination Conspiracy, Says He’d Play Trump’s Inauguration, Sounds Like Dingus
In an interview on The Breakfast Club, he also admitted that he didn't vote because the Electoral College just does what it wants.
The tortilla industry in the beleaguered state of Guerrero is under attack from local cartels that are kidnapping and killing business owners and workers, as well as using tortilla shops as drug distribution points and lookout posts.
Like most aspects of JFK's assassination, the iconic garment remains the subject of endless conspiracies and controversy.
Former US senator and Democratic presidential candidate George McGovern was beloved by many, but his FBI files provide insight into his enemies, including former FBI director J. Edgar Hoover.
To commemorate the deal between NASA and SpaceX, filmmaker Christopher Larson created this inspiring short with classic archival footage and his own cinematography.
Instead of dying, the couple steals a DeLorean and teleports to the future to get married.
Wall Street–friendly liberals love making populist appeals.