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Capital Tonight: 'Honoring, but not living in the past'

Capital Tonight: 'Honoring, but not living in the past'

The city of Dallas revisits a painful part of its history; the director of the LBJ Presidential Museum talks about the man who succeeded Kennedy, and Dan Rather shares what it was like to report on the shooting and its aftermath. 11/22/2013 07:47 PM

JFK 50 Years Later: Dallas preps for memorial ceremony

JFK 50 Years Later: Dallas preps for memorial ceremony

Friday marks 50 years since President John F. Kennedy was gunned down in Dallas. YNN’s LeAnn Wallace reports on the preparations going on in Dealey Plaza ahead of today’s memorial ceremony. Updated 11/22/2013 11:19 AM

Capital Tonight: Dallas prepares to look back at painful day

Capital Tonight: Dallas prepares to look back at painful day

Dallas prepares to mark 50 years after the day JFK was assassinated; the director of the LBJ presidential library talks about the transition of power; and a Texas radio broadcaster talks about being among the first to report history. 11/21/2013 08:41 PM

One day after JFK assassination, veteran broadcaster reports history again

One day after JFK assassination, veteran broadcaster reports history again

JFK: 50 Years Later: Broadcast veteran Gary DeLaune was the radio reporter who notified DFW listeners when shots rang out near the presidential motorcade. As John Salazar reports, two days after Kennedy was assassinated, DeLaune had a front row seat to another tragic event. 11/21/2013 12:10 PM

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