Mario Lopez and Will Smith hanging out together in the ’90s kicks off this week’s #Throwback Thursday.
Ebola screenings at New York’s JFK airport will begin on Saturday.
Archivists are asking the public if they recognize a relative who visited or worked at the Kennedy White House.
Sure, you probably saw Forrest Gump and There’s Something About Mary, but what about What’s Eating Gilbert Grape and Kids?
Proof that the first family was just like us (well almost).
Cheyenne Randall’s Shopped Tattoos Tumblr turns classic celebrity photos into inked masterpieces.
Hey, whatever gets the kids interested in history.
Two words: President Kelly.
It’s been 50 years since Lee Harvey Oswald shot President John F. Kennedy from the Texas School Book Depository in downtown Dallas. Hundreds of people visited Dealey Plaza to pay tribute — or extol conspiracy — on Friday.
To mark the 50th anniversary of the death of President John F. Kennedy, photographers revisited locations immortalized by the events of November 22nd, 1963.
Plus 8 horrifying texts from online dates, Sony patents the “smart wig,” and five superhero movies that need to be made ASAP.
Two nations on the brink of war.
On Nov. 22, 1963, the world was stunned to learn of President Kennedy’s assassination — an event that not only marked a cultural turning point, but also the end of an era of innocence in the U.S.
An outpouring of sympathy for the widowed-First Lady.
The classic American film actress and Princess of Monaco reflected on the impact of his death.
Days before the assassination a far-right group distributed anti-Kennedy leaflets around downtown Dallas.
Actor Brett Stimely has portrayed the slain president four times on screen, including in Parkland — which arrives on DVD today and recounts that fateful day 50 years ago in Dallas. He talks to BuzzFeed about why he’s constantly channeling Jack Kennedy.
What’s the weirdest coincidences you know?
She truly is a chip off the old block!
Fifty years after the assassination, the author of the new book JFK, Conservative explains how John Kennedy paved the way for Ronald Reagan.
The good news is you can practically fail Latin and still become president.
In March 1962, the First Lady took a dazzling goodwill tour of India.
After being interrogated for hours, and cleared to fly by the TSA, the data scientist was grounded by JetBlue. They thought he was a Muslim.
“On occasion, I write pretty well.”
In 1963, a troll doll had a formal White House visit with the president.