A handsome young president, a convertible limousine, a sniper, three shots (we think), and our lives were changed forever. A special report on what is, for many, the defining event of the past fifty years.
Essential reading on the Kennedy assassination.
Conspiracy theories: The CIA Theory.
JFK was killed by (a) the mob, (b) Castro, (c) the FBI, (d) the CIA, or (e) none of the above? Decide for yourself.
Conspiracy theories: The Mafia Theory.
Conspiracy theories: The LBJ Theory.
Conspiracy theories: The KGB Theory.
Conspiracy theories: The FBI Theory.
Conspiracy theories: The Castro Theory.
Conspiracy theories: The Cuban Exiles Theory.
Conspiracy theories: The Secret Service Theory.
Conspiracy theories: The Shadow Government Theory.
Conspiracy theories: The Vietnam Theory.
It’s the most intriguing theory of all: two men with the same identity, one a patsy and the other a murderer who got off scot-free.
Nellie Connally, Red Duke, and others remember November 22, 1963.
The magic bullet, the president’s jacket, Oswald’s camera, and other artifacts from the National Archives.
Why the Warren Commission was right.
Texas’ largest nursing home chain says it provides a “better place to live” for more than six thousand elderly men and women. State investigators tell a much different story.
Here’s something to be thankful for: chef Grady Spears’s holiday feast, with a deep-fried bird and all the trimmings.
How did Houston supergroup La Mafia get to be the biggest tejano act in the world? By leaving Texas.
Dan Jenkins has just published his eighth novel. It’s called Rude Behavior. Spend a few hours with him and you’ll know why.
Urban Cowboy rides again.
Bruce McGill played D-Day, the biker with the handlebar mustache, in the classic comedy Animal House. Twenty years later, he’s still a character.
He’s one of the most influential men in American music. So why haven’t you heard of Alan Lomax?
Austria. The Bahamas. Botswana. Jamaica. Sweden. In each place the U.S. ambassador is a Texan sent there by Bill Clinton, whoÕs as partial to our stateÕs best and brightest (and richest) as LBJ was.
With feature-film roles, a chart-topping album, and a successful stand-up career, sitcom star Jamie Foxx is laughing all the way to the bank.
“Aunt Jimmy” sues Galveston’s first family.
Fifty years ago LBJ won—some say stole—a U.S. Senate runoff. What happened to the South Texas ballot box that saved his career?
A former Austin, Dallas, and Houston official is under fire in the nation’s capital.
A Texas playwright gets panned by Catholic conservatives.
A Holocaust survivor saves a West Texas town (maybe).
A few (ahem) letters about Dennis Rodman.
San Antonio’s Las Canarias has a dish that will be deer to your heart.
How much did Life pay Abraham Zapruder for the rights to his assassination film?