Ethel Kennedy

"She lit up our lives with her love, her peals of laughter and her generous spirit."
Like every woman of my college generation, I never knew the real Jackie Kennedy. Born four years after her death, I remember
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From WJZ-TV in Baltimore where she became fast friends with work colleague Oprah Winfrey to the CBS Morning News to anchoring, producing and reporting for NBC News, Maria proved herself again and again as someone who works hard and with a conscience. And why not?
By Julie Miller, Vanity Fair "My great friend Ethel Kennedy is the person who . . . most inspires me to embrace the unpredictable
Two things stand out to me in this documentary -- one, Ethel Kennedy has a gorgeous voice -- deeply modulated and compelling. And two, Rory Kennedy is as much a protagonist in this film as her mother.
The Herald cited a few advantages to the buy: Taylor Swift has bought a Cape Cod house across the street from Ethel Kennedy
The 83-year-old Kennedy family matriarch is a big fan of Swift, ABC reports. Ethel even asked the country music star to walk
50 years ago, when West Virginians handed Kennedy a victory, it was only after the Democrat promised again and again not to restrict their access to birth control. That's right: the conservatives demanded their right to choose.
Even those who win one moment can face horrific, brutal loss in the next. The rich and famous are no more spared than the rest of us.
Well, the Washington Post's Anne Kornblut, last night's Obama pool reporter, spent more of the evening trapped in the pool
We crave a leader with vision who can help us regain our lost humanity and rekindle our inherent generosity. With courage, caring and charisma, Obama is leading us toward a kinder, gentler world.
While representing New York, Senator Kennedy initiated numerous projects for the state's residents, including assistance to underprivileged children and students with disabilities.
Robert F. Kennedy would have turned 82-years-old today. One can only imagine what he might think about our current state of affairs.