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Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis

Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis
Born Jacqueline Lee Bouvier on July 28, 1929 in Southampton, New York, Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis died May 19, 1994. She was the wife of former President John F. Kennedy. (Photo AP)
Born Jacqueline Lee Bouvier on July 28, 1929 in Southampton, New York, Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis died May 19, 1994. She was the wife of former President John F. Kennedy. (Photo AP) « Show less

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  • When it paid to photograph hard truth

    When it paid to photograph hard truth
    < The 10 photographers in "Engaged Observers," opening June 29 at the Getty Museum, are at once storytellers, witnesses, advocates for justice, investigative journalists, consciousness raisers, evidence gatherers and educators. They're also something...
  • Congratulations

    Ballet students attending intensive programs Five students of the Red Chair School of Performing Arts in Burbank will be attending summer ballet intensive programs across the United States. They are Faye Bosco, Elizabeth "Lizzy" Briggs, Rose Filichia,...
  • Taming the tough gift list

    Taming the tough gift list
    Holiday shopping doesn't have to be a chore. Not if you make an adventure out of it — filled with time to browse, stop for a drink or a meal, and — who knows — pick up a little something for yourself. With all that in mind, I recently...
  • 25 movies added to National Film Registry

    25 movies added to National Film Registry
    From the MIchael Sragow Gets Reel blog: Today the Library of Congress announced 25 more selections for the National Film Registry. The Registry is designed to highlight the American cinema's broad social-cultural significance as well as mark its key...
  • In jails, a war on drugs

    The inmate's request seemed fairly benign inside the teeming, violent Los Angeles County jail. He wanted Sheriff's Deputy Peter Paul Felix to smuggle him in some decent food. The deputy knew he was breaking the rules, but he obliged. What started with...
  • Clinton's gain despite pain

     
    by Michael Tackett On the outside, there is no quit in the Clinton campaign. They keep talking about finding a way to count the votes and seat the delegates for her from the Florida and Michigan primaries that were ruled......
  • Michelle Obama, 'Mom-in-Chief' reinvents

     
    by Mark Silva Michelle Obama - "Mom-in-Chief,'' as the editors at US Weekly are calling her in editions that will roll out tomorrow with the First Lady and daughters gracing the cover - is warming to playing two roles. One......
  • Michelle Obama finding First Lady's way

     
    by Christi Parsons Michelle Obama joined White House chefs Sunday afternoon for a public preview of the state dinner that night, praising the kitchen's huckleberry pie and confessing that, yes, she might even do the traditional duty of coming up......
  • Obama's social secretary: 'Lady Luck'

     
    by Mike Dorning Desiree Rogers once made millionaires of a lucky few everyday people. Now she plans to give Americans dinner invitations to the White House. Rogers, a svelte, stylish Chicago business executive and socialite -- and a former Illinois......
  • Michelle Obama's world debut: No. 1?

     
    by Mark Silva Okay, we've had the better part of a week now to weigh in on whether Michelle Obama has risen to the expectations of the Michelle O. versus Jackie O. debate. Has the first lady of the United......
  • Michelle O. vs Jackie O.

     
    by Rebecca Cole Michelle Obama departs Tuesday for her inaugural European trip as First Lady, joining husband Barack as he makes the rounds during the G-20 summit in London. With much ink already spilt over the first lady's style -......