A Minnesota man is among the few who have seen one iconic piece of history from the day President John F. Kennedy was assassinated: The suit worn by First Lady Jackie Kennedy. The simple pink suit with black collar and pillbox hat became among the most iconic of modern images, and came to symbolize the day life changed in America. Mrs. Kennedy wore the outfit, a copy of a favorite Chanel design, while sitting next to her husband in the motorcade in Dallas. And she wore it on the plane back to Washington when Lyndon Johnson took the oath of office, and when her husband’s casket was off-loaded into a gray U.S. Navy ambulance.
Iconic photos of JFK were lost…..in an ironic twist.
Was Oswald the lone gunman?
Hubert Humphrey’s political profile began to rise in the wake of the tragic events in Dallas.
Retired Dallas Stars center Mike Modano is on a Caribbean honeymoon after marrying professional golfer Allison Micheletti in a ceremony in Texas. A Stars spokesman says the 43-year-old Modano and the 24-year-old Micheletti got married Sunday at the Hotel Joule in Dallas.
CBS reporter Peter Maer is covering the opening of the G W Bush Presidential Library in Dallas.
Two western Wisconsin communities are smacking down the sausage over who gets bragging rights to the biggest bratwurst.
Retired hockey star Mike Modano and actress Willa Ford have decided to end their five-year marriage.
Mike Lynn, the longtime Minnesota Vikings executive who made the ill-fated trade with Dallas for Herschel Walker, has died. He was 76.
Kevin Love had 31 points and 10 rebounds after signing his new contract and the Minnesota Timberwolves handed defending NBA champion Dallas another ceremonious loss, 105-90 Wednesday night.
Sometimes politicians aren’t happy with the way interviews are conducted. Sometimes they let those interviewers know it. Sometimes those responses are caught on camera. Like this case with President Obama. Check out the video.
The Barron County Sheriff’s Office is investigating two separate scenes that required the Marathon County Bomb Squad’s help.
Ticket-holding football fans who ended up with no seats or what they considered bad views of the Super Bowl have filed a class-action lawsuit against the NFL, the Dallas Cowboys and team owner Jerry Jones.
On CNN they have been showing images of snowy Dallas, the empty freeways, the paralyzed airport, the canceled Super Bowl pre-parties.
Eric Nelson continues his reports from the Super Bowl in Dallas. Here are Friday’s interviews!