According to multiple sources, hundreds of followers of QAnon traveled to Dallas yesterday from all over the United States to witness the arrival of former president John F. Kennedy and his son John F. Kennedy, Jr.
Washington recently announced changes to it's policy about dealing with and traveling to Cuba. These are the biggest changes in 50 years. But as with most things that come out of the White House, the new policies are a bit confusing.
This week marks the 50th anniversary of the assassination of the 35th President of the United States John Fitzgerald Kennedy and now you can see the assassination film like you've never seen it before.
According to the new book "These Few Precious Days" (about the final year of Kennedy's life with Jackie), Marilyn Monroe did call Jacqueline Kennedy and admit to the affair she was having with the President.
Here’s a look at some interesting events that took place on this day in history:
1793: After more than two centuries as a royal palace, the Louvre is opened as a public museum in Paris by the French revolutionary government (more info)
1895: While experimenting with electricity, German scientist Wilhelm Röntgen discovers the X-ray (more info)
Taylor Swift has a dating history full of some pretty big celebrity names, but her latest rumored beau may very well trump them all: seems the Grammy-magnet has been cozying up with a Kennedy — and robbing the cradle at that.
John F. Kennedy was one of the most popular, charismatic presidents in U.S. history. JFK was the 2nd youngest president in U.S. history, a war hero, Pulitzer Prize winning author, and idol to millions of young Americans, myself included.
Bidders will have the chance to buy the ambulance that carried the body of President John F. Kennedy after it arrived from Dallas to the nation’s capital area. An Arizona auction company says the ambulance took Kennedy’s body from Air Force One to Bethesda Naval Hospital in Maryland on the evening of November 22, 1963.