Kennedy dynasty touched repeatedly by tragedy
The Kennedy dynasty has been touched repeatedly by tragedy — most recently the death of Robert F. Kennedy's granddaughter Saoirse Kennedy Hill at age 22.
Brown sues to block sale of JFK Jr.’s college application
PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) — Brown University filed a federal lawsuit to try to block the sale of the college application of John F. Kennedy Jr., which the school says was stolen.
The lawsuit filed Friday in California asks the court to bar the website MomentsInTime.com from auctioning off the documents and demands that the records get returned to the university.
Brown: JFK Jr.’s college application now for sale was stolen
PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) — Brown University is not happy that the college application of John F. Kennedy Jr. is up for sale online for $85,000, saying it was stolen and the school wants it back.
JFK Jr.’s college application among documents up for auction
BOSTON (AP) — An unearthed college application for John F. Kennedy Jr. doesn't seek any favors for being the former president's son.
The New York Post's Page Six reports Kennedy's 1978 application to Brown University in Rhode Island is among a collection of documents up for auction online.
The application was filled out by Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis while her son was in Kenya and says only that his father was in "government."
The Dish: Katy Perry, Carole Radziwill, John F. Kennedy Jr. and more...
SAY CHEESE: There are pals, and then there are great pals — the kind who’ll tell you if you’re about to walk the red carpet with a big ol’ piece of quinoa in your pearly whites. Katy Perry needs some of those. Perry strutted before photogs at Sunday’s iHeart Radio Awards red carpet in a strapless ensemble, chandelier earrings, new cropped coif — and leftovers from lunch. Perry joked about it on Instagram, complete with closeup, which we could have done without: “Currently taking applications for real friends who aren’t afraid to tell me there’s quinoa in my teeth,” Perry wrote.
‘I Am JFK Jr.’ documentary now on DVD
His entire life played out in the public’s eye: John F. Kennedy Jr. was considered “America’s Prince.”
Named “The Sexiest Man Alive” by “People” magazine, JFK Jr. was America’s royalty and the most eligible bachelor until he married Caroline Bessette. “I Am JFK Jr.,” a documentary now available on DVD, is an insightful look at the man whose every move was scrutinized in the press and who was hunted by paparazzi and Kennedy-fans.
Pilots: Spatial disorientation possible cause of Ore. crash
GRANTS PASS, Ore. (AP) — John Belnap would have experienced a "black hole" of darkness within moments after taking off from Brookings on the moonless night of July 4, when his Cessna 172 crashed into the Pacific Ocean.
The relatively inexperienced pilot from Grants Pass had some instrument training, but two veteran pilots with more than 75 years of experience between them doubt his ability to navigate safely in those conditions.
New JFK Jr. documentary looks back at America’s prince
BOSTON (AP) — America's prince is getting a new documentary.
"I Am JFK Jr. — A Tribute to a Good Man," which hits select theaters on July 22, captures the fascination with John F. Kennedy Jr., from his early days toddling around the White House to his death in a plane crash in 1999.
Network Entertainment's Derik Murray made the film in the mold of his other "I Am" movies, including "I Am Bruce Lee," ''I Am Chris Farley" and "I Am Evel Knievel." The film also...