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People.com: Jackie Kennedy Tapes Reveal Her Love for JFKupdated: Wed Sep 14 2011 14:53:00

Caroline Kennedy releases recordings of her mother done four months after JFK's assassination

You know, some words are just annoyingupdated: Thu Oct 08 2009 16:33:00

Nearly half of Americans surveyed said they find "whatever" to be the most annoying word or phrase, according to a poll by the Marist Institute for Public Opinion.

Obama signs national service legislationupdated: Wed Apr 22 2009 11:14:00

President Obama signed into law Tuesday a measure designed to strengthen national community service efforts by boosting federal funding for thousands of volunteers in fields ranging from clean energy to health care and education.

Obama appearance caps off Kennedy birthday partyupdated: Mon Mar 09 2009 14:01:00

President Obama led a chorus of "Happy Birthday" for Sen. Ted Kennedy on Sunday night at the Kennedy Center, topping off a celebration of the senator's 77th birthday that featured a crowd of celebrities and political heavyweights.

Obama dances for Kennedyupdated: Mon Mar 09 2009 14:01:00

President Obama helps Sen. Ted Kennedy celebrate a belated birthday at the Kennedy Center.

Paterson: 'No signal from me' for Kennedy to quit Senate effortupdated: Sun Jan 25 2009 18:25:00

New York Gov. David Paterson said Sunday that Caroline Kennedy received "no signal from me that she had to withdraw" from her campaign to fill Hillary Clinton's vacant U.S. Senate.

Gillibrand tappedupdated: Sun Jan 25 2009 18:25:00

Rep. Kirsten Gillibrand pays tribute to Hillary Clinton while accepting a U.S. Senate appointment.

Confusion, dissent over New York Senate pickupdated: Fri Jan 23 2009 17:07:00

The political circus surrounding the selection of New York's next senator is over -- at least for the next two years.

With Kennedy out, who's in?updated: Fri Jan 23 2009 14:12:00

CNN's Mary Snow takes a look at the remaining contenders for the New York senate seat vacated by Hillary Clinton.

Sources: Congresswoman to replace Clinton in Senateupdated: Fri Jan 23 2009 08:49:00

New York Gov. David Paterson has chosen Democratic Congresswoman Kirsten Gillibrand to succeed Hillary Clinton as U.S. Senator from New York, multiple Democratic sources told CNN Friday.

Source: Paterson was not going to pick Kennedy for Senate seatupdated: Thu Jan 22 2009 23:16:00

Gov. David Paterson had no intention of appointing Caroline Kennedy to fill the Senate seat vacated by Hillary Clinton, a source close to the New York governor told CNN Thursday.

People.com: Caroline Kennedy Drops Out of Bid for Senateupdated: Thu Jan 22 2009 11:59:00

Citing "personal reasons," the former first daughter will not seek Hillary Clinton's Senate seat

Sources: Caroline Kennedy withdraws name for Senate seatupdated: Wed Jan 21 2009 21:50:00

Caroline Kennedy, who was widely considered the front-runner for an appointment to replace Hillary Clinton as U.S. senator from New York, will remove herself from consideration for that post, according to three Democratic sources.

'Maybe that day is now'updated: Sun Jan 11 2009 02:32:00

Watch this clip of Caroline Kennedy discussing her political aspirations with Dominic Carter of CNN affiliate NY1.

Senate hopeful Kennedy meets with NY governorupdated: Sun Jan 11 2009 02:32:00

New York Gov. David Paterson met with Senate hopeful Caroline Kennedy Saturday afternoon, but the governor's spokesman said details of the meeting will be kept private.

Commentary: Baby boomers out, 'cuspers' inupdated: Tue Dec 30 2008 09:14:00

Rarely has there been a year when so many things went out of style in such a short time: not just investment bankers, gas-guzzling vehicles, corporate jets, conspicuous consumption and political polarization, but also a whole generation.

Caroline Kennedy says she's best for the jobupdated: Mon Dec 29 2008 22:22:00

After weeks of criticism that she was being too elusive, Senate hopeful Caroline Kennedy is now talking about why she believes she is the best person for the job.

Biden says he'll be different vice presidentupdated: Mon Dec 22 2008 12:06:00

In an interview with CNN's Larry King that will air at 9 p.m. ET Monday, Vice President-elect Joseph Biden discussed what role he will play in decision-making at the White House. Biden also said the U.S. will remove combat troops from Iraq within two years.

Commentary: Caroline Kennedy would fight for N.Y. in the Senateupdated: Fri Dec 19 2008 15:37:00

I was named schools chancellor in New York City in 2002, shortly after Mayor Michael Bloomberg won control over the city's school system.

Commentary: Caroline Kennedy hasn't earned Senate seatupdated: Fri Dec 19 2008 15:35:00

Judging by the screaming newspaper headlines and the steamy ecstasy of the gossip columns, people from other worlds might presume that it has already come to pass: that a woman who happens to be named Caroline Kennedy was pole-vaulted above the crowd and sent with magic wand and golden slippers to the U.S. Senate from New York, in the hope of saving the Empire State and bringing goodness to all its inhabitants.

Caroline Kennedy's public campaign may box in Patersonupdated: Thu Dec 18 2008 17:43:00

Caroline Kennedy is on a public campaign for Sen. Hillary Clinton's Senate seat, which may make it difficult for New York Gov. David Paterson not to send President John F. Kennedy's only living child to Washington.

Rep. King vies for senate seatupdated: Thu Dec 18 2008 17:43:00

CNN's Wolf Blitzer talks to New York Rep. Peter King about why he could beat Caroline Kennedy in an election.

People.com: Five Things You Don't Know About Caroline Kennedyupdated: Wed Dec 17 2008 13:50:00

She got quite a resume: author, mother, fundraiser and school crossing guard!

Commentary: If Clinton could do it, why not Kennedy?updated: Wed Dec 17 2008 08:10:00

When Hillary Clinton announced in November 1999 that she was running for the U.S. Senate to replace the legendary Sen. Patrick Moynihan, she had never cast a single vote as an elected officeholder. She had never put forth an agenda the voters could use to decide whether she was the best candidate.

Clinton's Senate Seatupdated: Tue Dec 16 2008 21:32:00

Larry King talks with Caroline Kennedy's cousin, Kerry Kennedy about Caroline's interest in the New York Senate seat.

Pressure's on for New York governor to pick female senatorupdated: Tue Dec 16 2008 21:32:00

With Sen. Hillary Clinton's expected appointment as secretary of state, women are at risk of seeing a decrease in their representation in the Senate -- and some are putting pressure on New York Gov. David Paterson to make sure that does not happen.

Caroline Kennedy 'interested'updated: Tue Dec 16 2008 21:07:00

Sen. Charles Schumer says Caroline Kennedy is 'interested' in the New York Senate seat.

Caroline Kennedy wants Clinton's Senate seat, senator saysupdated: Tue Dec 16 2008 21:07:00

Caroline Kennedy, the 51-year-old daughter of President John F. Kennedy, has indicated her interest in filling the New York Senate seat being vacated by secretary of state designee Hillary Clinton.

People.com: Caroline Kennedy to Seek Clinton's Senate Seatupdated: Tue Dec 16 2008 08:20:00

The daughter of Camelot will request the appointment, says New York's governor

People.com: POLL: Caroline Kennedy or Fran Drescher to Replace Hillary?updated: Mon Dec 08 2008 12:32:00

The former Nanny star wants to serve in the Senate, but what do you think?

Caroline Kennedy in Senate?updated: Sun Dec 07 2008 19:49:00

Could Caroline Kennedy replace Hillary Clinton in the Senate? CNN Senior Political Analyst Bill Schneider weighs in.

Senate seat for Caroline Kennedy would extend legacyupdated: Sun Dec 07 2008 19:49:00

Caroline Kennedy, who spent most of her life looking to steer clear of the spotlight, is capping off a year of unusually public -- and political -- activity with interest in the Senate seat that would be vacated by Secretary of State-designate Hillary Clinton.

Bill Clinton mentioned for wife's Senate seatupdated: Mon Dec 01 2008 18:28:00

After eight years as senator from New York, Hillary Clinton is trading places, moving from Congress to the incoming administration.

Obama cites Clinton's abilitiesupdated: Mon Dec 01 2008 18:28:00

President-elect Barack Obama says his selection of Hillary Clinton as secretary of state is a sign to the world.

People.com: What Kind of Dog Should Malia & Sasha Get?updated: Fri Nov 07 2008 16:05:00

Their dad promised a puppy in the White House. Vote on which breed would be best!

People.com: Sen. Ted Kennedy Electrifies Conventionupdated: Tue Aug 26 2008 11:12:00

The "Lion of the Senate" vows to be there for Barak Obama's inauguration

Edward Kennedy, Michelle Obama draw tears and cheersupdated: Tue Aug 26 2008 04:40:00

Sen. Edward Kennedy declared there was "new hope" for the nation in his surprise appearance at the Democratic National Convention, while Michelle Obama addressed critics of her patriotism and stressed her love for the country.

People.com: The Afflecks & Damons: Baby Bumps for Obamaupdated: Mon Aug 04 2008 13:47:00

The expectant Hollywood couples turn out for a VIP fundraiser for the Democratic hopeful in Miami

VP guessing gameupdated: Tue Jul 29 2008 12:38:00

New rumors abound about potential running mates for John McCain and Barack Obama.

Virginia governor not saying if he's Obama's top VP choiceupdated: Tue Jul 29 2008 12:38:00

The vice presidential buzz is circling around Gov. Tim Kaine, but the Virginia Democrat refused to address the speculation Tuesday.

Obama VP buzzupdated: Thu Jun 12 2008 19:44:00

CNN's Brian Todd reports on the buzz surrounding Barack Obama's possible VP choices.

McCain goes after second Obama VP vetterupdated: Thu Jun 12 2008 19:44:00

The day after Jim Johnson resigned from Sen. Barack Obama's vice presidential candidate vetting committee, Sen. John McCain set his sights on Eric Holder, one of the two remaining members of the committee.

Obama, Clinton hold talks in Feinstein's living roomupdated: Fri Jun 06 2008 20:06:00

Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton met privately Thursday night at the Washington home of Sen. Dianne Feinstein, a key supporter of Clinton's presidential campaign, Feinstein said Friday.

Obama: 'Settle down' on VP choiceupdated: Fri Jun 06 2008 10:53:00

Sen. Barack Obama said Thursday that he's in no rush to pick a vice presidential candidate, telling CNN "everybody needs to settle down" and let the vetting process run its course.

Obama weighing VP optionsupdated: Fri Jun 06 2008 10:53:00

Sen. Barack Obama says he plans to talk with Sen. Hillary Clinton. Watch "AC 360" at 10 p.m. for more.

Obama says he's humbled by victory, confident of party unityupdated: Wed Jun 04 2008 21:03:00

Sen. Barack Obama, the newly minted presumed Democratic presidential nominee, said Wednesday that it was "very humbling" to be the the first African-American to lead a major party's ticket and expressed confidence the party would unify behind him.

Obama: It's 'very humbling'updated: Wed Jun 04 2008 21:03:00

Listen to Sen. Barack Obama on the historic nature of what he's accomplished and his discussions with Sen. Clinton.

Obama's potential running matesupdated: Wed Jun 04 2008 17:20:00

After emerging as victor in the long and bruising contest to seize the Democratic nomination for the U.S. presidential race, Barack Obama's next move is to choose a running mate.

Obama's VP listupdated: Wed Jun 04 2008 17:20:00

CNN's Jessica Yellin looks at the list of Sen. Barack Obama's potential running mates.

SI.com: Ken Davis: Brown's Robinson winning on court and for Obamaupdated: Tue Feb 05 2008 12:51:00

It's a shame Brown University coach Craig Robinson is so busy. With his unique expertise, Robinson could teach a fascinating course in time management. Who is more qualified to talk about the rare balancing act between a college basketball season and a presidential campaign?

People.com: Jack Nicholson Backs Hillary, Scarlett Sings for Obamaupdated: Tue Feb 05 2008 07:02:00

As that "great determinator" Super Tuesday quickly draws near, some new high-powered celebrity endorsements – as well as additional bolstering by loyal top-name supporters – are adding further rhetoric to the race.

White House hopefuls burn millions on Super Tuesday adsupdated: Fri Feb 01 2008 18:26:00

With just days to make last-minute pitches to voters in two dozen states, the presidential candidates are pouring millions into television advertising before Super Tuesday.

Kennedy: 'It's time now for Barack Obama'updated: Tue Jan 29 2008 07:17:00

Sen. Edward Kennedy backed Sen. Barack Obama for president Monday, saying, "It is time again for a new generation of leadership."

A family of poemsupdated: Mon Aug 29 2005 17:37:00

As a child at the White House, Caroline Kennedy got early lessons in the power of words.

CNNMoney: JFK family artifacts on the blockupdated: Tue Nov 30 2004 11:39:00

Some rarely seen pictures of President John F. Kennedy, his wife, Jacqueline, and their family will be among the items sold at auction by the late president's daughter, Caroline Kennedy Schlossberg, in February, Sotheby's auction house said Tuesday.

Courting women votersupdated: Fri Oct 22 2004 17:34:00

Caroline Kennedy Schlossberg, daughter of President John F. Kennedy joined Sen. John Kerry at a campaign rally in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Friday, the latest high-profile woman to stump with the Democratic candidate.

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