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JFK In Ireland: four days that changed a president
BY Ryan Tubridy
Collins, 302pp, £20
SENATOR Edward Kennedy has been laid to rest alongside his slain brothers on hallowed ground at Arlington National Cemetery in Virginia.
PRESIDENT Barack Obama yesterday led the tributes to his mentor, Senator Edward Kennedy, as he was joined by three former US presidents and a worldwide TV audience at the funeral for the "greatest legislator of our time".
VETERAN US Senator Edward Kennedy, dubbed the liberal lion of the Senate, has died after battling a brain tumour. He was 77.
THE most famous window in American history continued to attract controversy last night after it emerged that its buyer in a $3m eBay sale did not have the money to complete the purchase.
PATRICIA Kennedy Lawford, the sister of President John F Kennedy and wife of actor Peter Lawford, died at her New York home yesterday following a battle with pneumonia, according to a spokeswoman for Senator Edward M Kennedy. She was 82.
THE VALENTINO dress is ready, more than 1,000 bottles of Veuve Clicquot are on ice and the pre-nuptial agreement protecting all assets owned before marriage has been signed.
A WATCH that Marilyn Monroe reportedly gave to President John F Kennedy as a birthday present has fetched $120,000 (£68,000) at auction.
ADVISERS to John F Kennedy warned him in 1963 that if he pledged to defend India against any attack by China, the US would probably have to use nuclear weapons to enforce its promise, according to a declassified tape.
A UNITED States judge has ordered the federal government to auction off a sailing boat once owned by President John F Kennedy.
A PAINTING by Marilyn Monroe was auctioned along with her personal phone book with numbers for Frank Sinatra, Jack Benny and scores of other celebrities, for a total of more than £92,000. The 1962 painting of a red rose was first inscribed to John F Kennedy, but she never gave it to him.
A SECTION of fence from the infamous grassy knoll in Dallas where President John Kennedy was shot is up for auction.
AMERICA’S most famous family was embroiled in a fresh crisis yesterday as Joan Kennedy’s children branded her a hopeless drunk on the brink of self-destruction and waged a legal battle to block her from selling their $6.4 million home.
AN oak rocking chair that US President John F Kennedy used to rest his bad back sold for £50,000 to an anonymous telephone bidder at the opening of a three-day New York auction of property from the Kennedy family’s homes.
ROSEMARY Kennedy, the mentally disabled oldest sister of the late US president John F Kennedy, has died at the age of 86.
COLLECTORS of Kennedy lore will get a rare chance to own some common possessions from the homes of the late US president John F Kennedy and his wife, Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, at an auction in New York next year.
A CONTROVERSIAL new computer "docu-game" recreating John F Kennedy’s assassination has been branded "despicable" by aides to the late president’s brother.
JOHN F Kennedy may have had a reputation as a virile president with a wandering eye, even having a fling with Marilyn Monroe - but his wife complained that he wasn’t up to much as a lover.