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Caroline Kennedy

Caroline Kennedy
Caroline Kennedy is an attorney and author. She is the only surviving child of former U.S. President John F. Kennedy and First Lady Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy.
Caroline Kennedy is an attorney and author. She is the only surviving child of former U.S. President John F. Kennedy and First Lady Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy. « Show less

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  • Trib Nation programs all year long

    Trib Nation programs all year long
    I've been looking back over the previous year of Trib Nation events -- our multimedia department put together this short video -- and it's been fun to relive some of those moments with you. John Kass cooks a pig and talks about politics. Our national/...
  • Kennedy Center honoree: I thought they got the wrong Neil Diamond'

    If 2011 doesn't rank as the best time of Neil Diamond's 50-year career, it surely must be close. Just consider the major awards the enduring, Grammy-winning singer-songwriter behind "Sweet Caroline," "Cracklin' Rosie," "I Am ... I Said," "Song Sung Blue"...
  • Jacqueline Kennedy is heard anew in Diane Sawyer's ABC special

    Diane Sawyer has known a lot about one of America's most prominent families, but she admits she's learning more now. As will others, and very soon. Given the personal friendships she's had with Kennedys over the years, the weeknight "ABC World News"...
  • Red knot population continues to dwindle

    Red knot population continues to dwindle
    COOK'S BEACH, N.J. — The small bird sitting along this sandy spit of land is starving and dinner offerings are slim. Having flown 5,000 miles from South America and with 5,000 to go to its Arctic breeding ground, the red knot needs to fatten up...
  • E-readers debut at Anne Arundel libraries

    Electronic readers will make their debut this week at Anne Arundel County public libraries, when 200 e-readers become available for patrons to take home. E-reader technology allows a user to have hundreds of hours of reading materials on a portable,...
  • First-family-to-be gets code names

    The Secret Service traditionally has given pithy, private names to those whose lives they protect. The monikers are a throwback to a time when electronic communications were not encrypted, and they no longer serve a security function. Still, they give...
  • 'Renegade' joins 'Twinkle,' 'Rawhide,' 'Lancer' on list of Secret Service code names

    When John Kerry was running for president, his daughter Vanessa joked that if her father beat George W. Bush she wanted her Secret Service code name to be "the hot one." Dad didn't come through for her, and the Bush twins probably got a good laugh out of...
  • Presidential hopefuls make their California Super Tuesday push

    On the final day before the presidential campaign's biggest prize thus far, today's delegate-rich California primary, the candidates called on influential friends and legions of volunteers to rally their faithful one last time before the polls open....
  • Presidential candidates scurry for last-minute votes before Super Tuesday

    Move over Super Bowl. Now it's all about Super Tuesday. In the countdown to the biggest primary day in American electoral history, candidates and their surrogates raced across the country today like athletes in the last quarter of a pivotal game. With 24...
  • Filling Senate vacancies

    Filling Senate vacancies
    Recent news stories have outlined two routes that governors might follow to fill their home states' vacancies in the U.S. Senate: They can pick someone with a beloved family name, as New York Gov. David Paterson has reportedly been considering with...
  • Super Tuesday looks close for Democrats

    Barack Obama gained a burst of momentum from his landslide victory in the South Carolina primary on Saturday and an expected endorsement today from Democratic Sen. Edward M. Kennedy. But now, the Illinois senator faces a monumental contest that does not...