10:07 AM EDT 11/18/2014
Originally posted 10/13/2014 12:05PM
Look who's about to don the pillbox hat again!
Katie Holmes will reprise her role as Jacqueline Kennedy in a new Reelz Channel miniseries to be called The Kennedys: After Camelot, the network announced.
Holmes, who starred in the 2011 miniseries The Kennedys that also aired on Reelz, was given extra incentive to reprise the former First Lady role – the 35-year-old will serve as an executive producer and direct one of the four installments.
Originally posted 05/19/2014 05:15PM
Twenty years ago Monday, Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis died at the age of 64. Still considered one of the most famous and fascinating women in the world, she was also a devoted mother to Caroline, now 56, and John Jr., who died in 1999 in a plane crash at age 38.
Originally posted 05/18/2014 01:00PM
While other undergrads are hanging out with friends on their school breaks, Jack Kennedy Schlossberg is following a family tradition.
Originally posted 05/17/2014 06:15PM
Never-before-seen letters from Jacqueline Kennedy to an elderly Catholic priest offer a revealing and surprising look into the ultra-private former first lady.
Originally posted 03/18/2014 06:00AM
Rachel "Bunny" Mellon, a wealthy arts and fashion patron, friend of first lady Jacqueline Kennedy and political benefactor who funneled hundreds of thousands of dollars to former presidential candidate John Edwards that was used to hide his mistress, died Monday. She was 103.
Originally posted 01/15/2014 09:00AM
A series of condolence messages sent after President John F. Kennedy was assassinated 50 years ago, on Nov. 22, 1963, was released Tuesday from the personal papers of his widow, including a letter from the mother of one of four girls killed in the bombing of a Baptist church in Alabama during the civil rights movement.
Originally posted 11/22/2013 01:40PM
In Dallas, somber and thoughtful ceremonies were set for Friday afternoon to mark the 50th anniversary of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, who was gunned down on Nov. 22, 1963, as his open-air motorcade traveled through the city.
Bells were expected to toll throughout Dealey Plaza, where sniper Lee Harvey Oswald fired upon Kennedy, who was traveling with his wife, Jacqueline, and Texas Gov. John Connally and his wife, Nellie. The death of Kennedy, the nation's youngest president, plunged the word into mourning, and even today he continues to remain a figure of hope and unity.
Historian David McCullough was scheduled to read passages from Kennedy's speeches, including his much-repeated call to service made during his 1961 inaugural address: "Ask not what your country will do for you. Ask what you can do for your country."
Originally posted 11/21/2013 01:20PM
As the nation prepares to commemorate the 50th anniversary of President John F. Kennedy's assassination, it is worth remembering that we are not just mourning a death but also celebrating a remarkable life.
Our friends at LIFE recently discovered in their archives a series of rare and never-published photographs of President Kennedy in the autumn of 1963, some taken the day of Kennedy's assassination and others snapped in the weeks and months that preceded the murder.
They are portraits of a leader at the peak of his powers, and a lasting tribute to a presidency that was flourishing prior to Dealey Plaza.
Originally posted 11/13/2013 08:00AM
50 years after the Kennedy assassination, the First Lady's hidden grief is revealed – be the first to read this week's cover story
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