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President John F. Kennedy at a Fort Worth rally the day he was assassinated in Dallas.

I remember watching on TV a caisson rolling through the streets, carrying a coffin draped with an American flag. But it wasn't until I saw the riderless horse with boots reversed in the stirrups that it began to dawn on me that something really out of the ordinary had taken place. I knew about horses — Western heroes rode tall in the saddle, leaned forward into the danger, and never died. So why was this horse without a rider? This wasn't right. Didn't the good guys always win? Read more»

Interviews with former KTKT GM Phil Richardson, Inside Tucson Business Editor Mark B. Evans, Children's Action Alliance CEO Dana Naimark, Republican state. Rep. Ethan Orr, Democratic state. Sen. Steve Farley, Republican House Speaker Andy Tobin. Read more»

An interview with Dr. Richard Buyer, author of "Why the JFK Assassination Still Matters." Then, the Reporters' Roundtable featured Dylan Smith of TucsonSentinel.com, and Dan Shearer, editor of the Green Valley News and Sahuarita Sun. Plus, the Weekend Watch with Matt Russell. Read more»

The Kennedy family leave the U.S. Capitol after the funeral of President John F. Kennedy, Nov. 25, 1963.

Some were in college, some were barely walking. Some still have memories of the day, while others know only the legacy. But members of Arizona’s congressional delegation, young and old, Democrat and Republican, all say they were touched in one way or another by the assassination of President John F. Kennedy 50 years ago Friday. Read more»

Commentary: A young reporter found the president’s staff arguing over whether to order the American flag lowered after reports that President John F. Kennedy had been assassinated on Nov. 22, 1963. Read more»

Bush v. Gore may have been the most anxiety-inducing presidential election of all time.

This presidential election is definitely down to the wire, but it isn't the first time America has seen a close call. Read more»

Rick Santorum speaks at a Republican fundraiser Tuesday in Phoenix.

Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum didn’t shy from comments he made last year, saying JFK’s speech about separating church and state still makes him sick. Read more»

ABC News has broadcast newly released audio tapes of former First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy, made just months after the assassination of her husband in 1963. Read more»