Obama: Politicians should carry themselves more like Kennedy

US President Barack Obama said today that American politicians in an era of partisanship should try to carry themselves more like Edward M. Kennedy, as politicians from both parties lauded the late senator's collegial spirit at the dedication of an institute that bears his name.

Berlin marks 50 years of Kennedy`s famous speech

Berlin celebrated the 50th anniversary of President John F Kennedy`s famed "Ich bin ein Berliner" speech a pledge of support to the divided city on the Cold War`s front line that still resonates in a much-changed world.

Kennedy kin blames lawyer in latest murder appeal

Kennedy cousin Michael Skakel is trying to get his 2002 murder conviction overturned by arguing that his trial attorney failed to competently defend him against weak evidence.

‘The Kennedys’ to be screened on BBC Two

A mini-series about the Kennedy’s will be screened later this year.

Kennedy, Elizabeth and Delhi Prince at Rose Festival!

Ever wanted to caress `Lady Di`, have a close look at `John F. Kennedy` or gift `Queen Elizabeth` to your sweetheart? You can do all this and more at the city`s Rose Festival, where over 800 species of beautiful roses, including those named after famous personalities, will be on display.

DiCaprio, father making film on Kennedy assassination

Leonardo DiCaprio is teaming up with his dad George to produce a film about former US president John F Kennedy`s assassination.

Kennedy-owned ‘Emancipation Proclamation’ to be sold

A copy of U.S. President Abraham Lincoln`s 1863 ‘Emancipation Proclamation’ to end slavery that was owned by Robert F. Kennedy will be be auctioned in December, Sotheby`s said on Wednesday.

US singer shoots naked where Kennedy was shot

A Grammy Award winning American singer has been sentenced to a six-month probation and fined $500 after she was found guilty of shooting naked a video in the area where president John F. Kennedy was killed.

New FBI documents show Kennedy death threats

Most of the secret FBI files on the late Sen. Edward Kennedy being released on Monday concern
death threats against the longtime senator.

LAPD removes Kennedy death items from display

The Los Angeles Police Department
has apologized to the family of Robert F Kennedy for
exhibiting the shirt, tie and jacket the senator wore when he
was assassinated in 1968.

Kennedy won`t run for re-election in RI

Rep Patrick Kennedy has decided not to seek re-election to Congress, saying his life is "taking a new direction."

Gandhian philosophy inspired Mandela, Kennedy: Krishna

External Affairs Minister S M
Krishna on Saturday underlined the contemporary relevance of the
Gandhian philosophy, saying it had inspired some of the
greatest leaders of our generation.

Kennedy, Catholic bishop war over abortion

The uneasy relationship between the Kennedy family and the Catholic Church turned to open warfare on Monday after a bishop said he was refusing Communion to Patrick Kennedy because of his pro-abortion stand.

Kennedy killer`s photo not faked, says expert

A computer scientist has unearthed new evidence to show that a well-known photograph of Lee Harvey Oswald, John F. Kennedy`s alleged killer, was not fake.

Mass. Senate to debate Kennedy successor bill

The Massachusetts Senate is scheduled to debate a bill that would allow the governor to name an interim replacement to fill the late Edward Kennedy`s US Senate seat.

`Kennedy not unsung hero of N-deal`

An Indian-American Republican
leader has questioned the characterisation of Senator Edward
Kennedy, who died last week, as an "unsung hero" of the
Indo-US civilian nuclear deal.

Kennedy life, legacy dominates US newspapers

The death of Senator Ted
Kennedy dominated front pages across the US on Thursday with
newspapers proclaiming it the end of an era and a huge loss
for the Democratic Party.

`Lion of Senate` Edward Kennedy passes away

Veteran Democratic Senator Edward Kennedy, patriarch of the first family of US politics whose two brothers fell to bullets, has died after a long battle with brain cancer.

Australia PM praises `great American` Kennedy

Oz PM Kevin Rudd led international tributes to US politician Ted Kennedy today, calling him a "great American" following his death from brain cancer.