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  • Killing Kennedy
    Killing KennedyIt’s 1959. Two men face major turning points in their lives: one is in Washington, D.C., preparing to announce his presidential candidacy, while the other is at the U.S. Embassy in Moscow, renouncing his American citizenship. Two seemingly unrelated occurrences, starting both on a cataclysmic...
  • Killing Reagan
    Killing ReaganOn March 30, 1981, at 2:27pm six shots were fired from a .22-calibre pistol at the Hilton Hotel in Washington, D.C. On one side of the gun was an aimless and deranged young man, misguided by an obsession with an American actress. His intended victim: the US president. Though he failed in his...
  • Killing Kennedy: The Costumes
    Killing Kennedy: The CostumesKilling Kennedy's costume designer talks about how she tracked down all the right elements for accurate design.
  • Killing Kennedy Trailer
    Killing Kennedy TrailerNat Geo presents an entirely new take on the story you thought you knew.
  • Rendezvous With Death
    Rendezvous With DeathFollow Kennedy and Oswald's collision course with fate, and explore the Killing Kennedy documentary on National Geographic Channel.
  • Kennedy Moments
    Kennedy MomentsCaptured moments from Killing Kennedy before and after that fateful day in November 1963.
  • Kennedys and Oswalds
    Kennedys and OswaldsCheck out these images of the Kennedys and the Oswalds from Killing Kennedy.
  • Behind the Scenes
    Behind the ScenesBehind the scenes images from the show Killing Kennedy with cast and crew.
  • Historical Who’s Who
    Historical Who’s Who: Historical Who’s WhoJohn F. KennedyJohn F. Kennedy, the 35th president of the United States, was the youngest man ever elected to the office, and the first Roman Catholic. Born into one of America’s richest and most politically influential families, “Jack” Kennedy was a sickly young boy who battled frequent...
  • Bill O’Reilly Q&A
    Bill O’Reilly Q&A: Bill O’Reilly’s InterviewWhy do you think the assassination of John F. Kennedy still resonates 50 years later?There is no question that John F. Kennedy was the most charismatic American president in modern times. Most presidents are kind of buttoned down. Bill Clinton was an exception. Barack Obama is an exception. JFK,...
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