This year marks the 45th anniversary of the 1969 landing on the moon and the realization of President Kennedy’s dream.
This week rumors surrounded a British songstress, our favorite comedian was feeling better, and a strange man was looking for Katy Perry and JFK.
At a Chicago school, JFK’s memory lives strong, not only today, but every day.
As a nation remembers the shocking events surrounding President Kennedy’s assassination, the fact is that a vast majority of Americans cannot answer this basic question. “Where were you when Kennedy was shot?”
I was 13 years old and had myself strategically placed in the back of my 8th grade Art class at Steger Central Junior high.
A Dallas man and his stepsister are suing the owner of a museum in the little Illinois town of Roscoe, near the Milwaukee border. As CBS 2’s Mike Parker explains, the nasty feud is over possession of the gravestone of JFK’s accused assassin.
Airline travel to and from the east coast is starting up again. Planes are taking off from New York’s JFK Airport. However, LaGuardia is still closed.
A look back at the great movies, music and books that came out this Summer and a preview of what we can look forward to this Fall
It changed the face of American politics and took place in Chicago 50 years ago in the old WBBM-TV studios. The Nixon-Kennedy presidential debates were the first ever to be televised. The match-up highlighted the importance of image and playing to the cameras in politics.