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Sen. Edward Kennedy, D-Mass., received robust applause Monday as he pledged at the Democratic National Convention to be back in the U.S. Senate next session.
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla., Aug. 19 /PRNewswire/ -- NASA's Kennedy Space Center will be closed Tuesday, Aug. 19, because of the potential threat from Tropical Storm Fay. Current plans call for the center to be closed for 24 hours, starting with workers' first-shift Tuesday morning.
The long and noted career of White House correspondent Helen Thomas will be presented in a new U.S. TV special, filmmaker Rory Kennedy says. Kennedy said the story of Thomas's life told in the upcoming HBO special "Thank You, Mr.
By Karen Robes Meeks LONG BEACH - Robert F. Kennedy Jr. is slated to speak at the Downtown Long Beach Associates' fifth annual State of the Downtown event in November, the DLBA announced Wednesday. Kennedy will address an estimated 500 to 600 civic, business and community leaders Nov.
TEMPLE - For the second time in a year, the Temple Girl Scout Cadettes and Seniors, along with two Junior members, recently presented the Franklin County Children's Task Force with toiletry bags to be donated to new families who give birth at Franklin Memorial Hospital this year.
The controversial highly-charged story surrounding John F. Kennedy's assassination is revisited with the November 11 release of Oliver Stone's JFK as a Three-Disc Ultimate Collector's Edition from Warner Home Video.
U.S. Federal Aviation Administration officials say they have changed take-off and landing procedures at New York's Kennedy Airport after two near collisions.
Sen. Edward Kennedy, D-Mass., is doing fine midway through his radiation and chemotherapy regimen for a malignant brain tumor, his wife says. The news is really all positive and encouraging, Victoria Kennedy wrote in an e-mail to family and friends that was obtained by The Boston Globe.
Sen. Edward M. Kennedy was diagnosed with a cancerous brain tumor Tuesday in what could be the grim final chapter in a life marked by exhilarating triumph and shattering tragedy. Some experts gave the liberal lion less than a year to live.
Sen. Edward M. Kennedy was airlifted to a hospital Saturday after suffering a seizure at his home, and did not appear to have had a stroke as initially suspected, his spokeswoman said.