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The 33 NewsNovember marks the 46th anniversary of John F. Kennedy's assassination. People fascinated with his death shelled out thousands of dollars at an auction Saturday to grab a piece of history It may not be for everybody, but memorabilia from John F. Kennedy'...
Malcolm Oliver Perry II First surgeon to treat JFK after shooting Dr. Malcolm Oliver Perry II, 80, who attended to President Kennedy at Parkland Memorial Hospital after he was shot in Dallas, died of lung cancer Saturday in Tyler, Texas, the...
Tags: Health, Social Issues, Texas, Hospitals and Clinics, Surgery
All The RageThere's nothing the hipster demographic likes to do more than flog a trend to death, and in recent weeks I've found myself fighting the urge to run pell-mell through the streets of Echo Park, knocking stingy-brim fedoras off every third......
Associated PressMassachusetts Sen. Edward M. Kennedy, in a memoir being published this month, writes of fear and remorse surrounding the 1969 car accident on Chappaquiddick Island that left a woman dead, and says he accepted the finding that a lone gunman assassinated...
Associated PressBOSTON -- Sen. Edward M. Kennedy wrote in a memoir being published this month that he made terrible decisions after the 1969 car crash that killed Mary Jo Kopechne, but said he was never romantically involved with her and was haunted by that night for his...
Radio and television figures Bob LeMond Jr., 94; leading announcer on CBS radio and television (Jan. 6) Dwight Arlington Hemion, 81; television director and producer who won 18 Emmy Awards for his musical variety specials (Jan. 28) Don Herbert, 72;...
Scoundrels get extra syllables Susan Spano's April 20 article "In Pursuit of Butch and Sundance" was magnificent. One inflexible rule of journalese is that American assassins must have three names: John Wilkes Booth, Lee Harvey Oswald, James Earl Ray,...
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Zap2It.comSixteen years after Oliver Stone's "JFK" gave voice to conspiracy theories about the assassination of John F. Kennedy, HBO is readying its own epic take on the case -- and coming down emphatically on the other side. The cable network has acquired the...
The tendency Richard Hofstadter so aptly labeled "the paranoid style" in American politics operates independent of ideology. "American politics has often been an arena for angry minds," the great historian wrote in a 1964 issue of Harper's magazine. He...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterNovember 11, 2007 Norman Mailer, the pugnacious two-time Pulitzer Prize winner who jabbed and bobbed his way, sometimes literally, through an extraordinary career as one of the most original and audacious voices in postwar American letters, died...
Tags: Genres, Literature, Norman Mailer, Defense, Career and Workplace
DALLAS -- A 58-year-old man died in a hospital emergency room after waiting nearly 19 hours for treatment. Mike Herrera collapsed just as he was about to receive medical treatment at Parkland Memorial Hospital in Dallas. Herrera, the owner of a...
The last time Lovie Smith coached a game in St. Louis that mattered, he thought he had a championship team on his hands too. That was Jan. 10, 2004, before Steve Smith and the Carolina Panthers beat Smith's defense and sent him home for the winter -- the...
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