The photo shared by Matt Gaetz and other top conservative figures showed Lee Harvey Oswald in his military uniform.
Mellon biographer Meryl Gordon talked to Newsweek about how important the Rose Garden was to Mellon, and that Trump's changes "strip it of its personality."
The second youngest of the nine Kennedy siblings, and the last surviving sibling died on Wednesday at 92.
The legend released a heartfelt narrative track about that fateful day in Dallas and all the music that came after.
"Found in the archives...," Clinton tweeted, alongside an image of the joke historic letter.
Was the star's death a government cover-up, or a drug overdose?
Poor visibility caused by heavy wind and rain is causing travel chaos across the U.S.
The panel said Ted Cruz had been forced to "bend the knee" and submit to President Trump as they put past insults behind them before tonight's Houston rally.
A failed instrument landing system left the pilots blind and stuck in the air with bad weather conditions.
Ten passengers who were admitted to a local hospital were diagnosed with influenza and will continue to be monitored.
The bird and its owner, artist Ventiko, have reached Oklahoma.
The agency arranged for Susan Cabot to meet the Jordanian leader in 1959.
Will America ever know what really happened?
The poisonous pen is one of the dozens of elaborate plans the CIA had to assassinate Fidel Castro.
At least one top U.S. official was convinced former Cuban dictator Fidel Castro orchestrated the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, according to the latest trove of declassified documents released Friday by the National Archives and Records Administration related to Kennedy's death.
Details of the schemes to kill the Cuban leader were contained in a secret 1975 report.