Peace Corps group returns for reunionPeace Corps group returns for reunionRappelling in the Organ Mountains, learning about John F. Kennedy’s death, taking four-hour Spanish classes daily and raising chickens are some of the Peace Corps volunteers’ memories of training at New Mexico State University in 1963.
Aggie Peace Corps members return after 52 yearsAggie Peace Corps members return after 52 yearsNMSU hosts reunion for Peace Corps trainees 52 years later
Stanford: Benghazi committee should stand downStanford: Benghazi committee should stand downCalifornia's Rep. Kevin McCarthy exposes real purpose of the Benghazi committee, make Hillary Clinton unelectable
USC Game vs. LSU Could Be MovedUSC Game vs. LSU Could Be MovedSaturday's match up between USC and LSU may be moved due to flooding.
Dealey Plaza travels back in time for JFK mini-seriesDealey Plaza travels back in time for JFK mini-seriesDealey Plaza will transform into the set of a TV mini-series this week. Crews began setting up before sunrise Tuesday, parking classic cars along Houston Street.
Time for the Benghazi Committee to stand downTime for the Benghazi Committee to stand downTime for the Benghazi Committee to stand down
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Dallas Love Field gets marker illuminating where LBJ was sworn inDallas Love Field gets marker illuminating where LBJ was sworn inLove Field has officially marked where LBJ took the oath of office aboard Air Force One.
Love Field illuminates location where LBJ was sworn inLove Field illuminates location where LBJ was sworn inAfter almost 52 years, Love Field has officially marked the location where President Lyndon Baines Johnson took the oath of office.
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Ears and all, Woody Harrelson IS Lyndon B. Johnson for 'LBJ'Ears and all, Woody Harrelson IS Lyndon B. Johnson for 'LBJ'But how does he hold up to others who have played the historic president?
Bad events always the most memorableBad events always the most memorableWhere were you when your first horrifying catastrophe happened?
- South Jersey
Is 9/11 already fading into history?Is 9/11 already fading into history?As time goes on and the raw emotions fade, Sept. 11 becomes another moment in history.
9/11 impact touches those too young to remember9/11 impact touches those too young to rememberPickaway-Ross memorial ceremony helps keep lessons of that day alive for students.
Protesters slam McCain on veterans issues outside Phoenix officeProtesters slam McCain on veterans issues outside Phoenix officeOver 40 people protested outside Sen. John McCain's Phoenix office to demand a citizen's arrest of the politician.
Dallas to mark location where LBJ became presidentDallas to mark location where LBJ became presidentA plaque will mark the spot on Love Field's tarmac where Lyndon Johnson became president.
Dallas to mark location at Love Field where LBJ took oathDallas to mark location at Love Field where LBJ took oathDALLAS – Amid all the scurry of passengers and planes, it is easy to forget what happened at Dallas Love Field almost 52 years ago.
Brokaw headlines annual Faulkner benefit dinnerBrokaw headlines annual Faulkner benefit dinnerThere are still some tickets available, but they are going fast.
- Paul W. Smith
Paul W: Violent week proves need to help mentally illPaul W: Violent week proves need to help mentally ill“Outta’ My Mind on a Saturday Moanin’”
Romantic Zing!sRomantic Zing!sRomantic Zing!s
Brevard pastor talks befriending Lennon's killerBrevard pastor talks befriending Lennon's killerA Cocoa Beach pastor is adding to the growing mound of Beatle-related tomes by writing about his longtime relationship with Mark David Chapman, the man who killed John Lennon.
Dr. James 'Red' Duke, once-familiar TV doctor, dies at 86Dr. James 'Red' Duke, once-familiar TV doctor, dies at 86Dr. James "Red" Duke, a trauma surgeon who attended to Texas Gov. John Connally on the day of the Kennedy assassination before going on to become a familiar television doctor, died in Houston on Tuesday at age 86.
Famed Texas surgeon Dr. James 'Red' Duke dies at 86Famed Texas surgeon Dr. James 'Red' Duke dies at 86Trauma surgeon known as much for Texas twang and big red mustache as his medical skills.
ARCHIVE | Louis Stokes discusses memories of JFK assassinationARCHIVE | Louis Stokes discusses memories of JFK assassinationVideo from Nov. 23, 2013: Former Congressman Louis Stokes joins former anchorman Virgil Dominic to speak with WKYC's Russ Mitchell about their memories of President John F. Kennedy's assassination.
Hulu sets 'Mindy' premiereHulu sets 'Mindy' premiereA fourth season of 'The Mindy Project,' canceled by Fox, is among Hulu's fall slate
- Larry Johnston
Johnston: Missouri city proud of CronkiteJohnston: Missouri city proud of CronkiteNews veteran was born in St. Joseph, Missouri
TV tonight: Steve Martin tribute, 'Review'TV tonight: Steve Martin tribute, 'Review'What's worth watching, and what might not be, in prime time.
Summer TV dramas fizzle, flopSummer TV dramas fizzle, flopSeason's offerings test patience, imagination.
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Hakes: Community spirit may soar with Liberty HighHakes: Community spirit may soar with Liberty HighThree years have flown by. North Liberty feels like it has been our home for a long time.