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#commoncore Kennedy Assassinated! by Wilborn Hampton. On November 22, 1963, the phone rang in the Dallas U.P.I. office. Wilborn Hampton, a cub reporter, answered and heard these three words: "Three shots fired!" The gunshots had been fired at President Kennedy--and young Hampton was the first to receive the news. This is his story, a riveting account of a young man swept into the white-hot core of a tragedy that would shake the world. ISBN 9781564028112 Age 10 & up

John F. Kennedy, 1960 - Photos - New York: The 1960s

John F. Kennedy, President of the United States, reads about his victory in Daily News in 1960.

The assassination that shook the world: Rare and unpublished photos from John F. Kennedy's funeral

Distinguished mourners: German President Heinrich Luebke, French President General Charles de Gaulle, Germany's Chancellor Ludwig Erhard and French Premier Maurice Couve de Murville (from left to right) pay respect to the flag-draped coffin of the late US President John Fitzgerald Kennedy in front of the Capitole in Washington

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Typhoon Haiyan: Death toll tops 5,200 two weeks after storm smashed Philippines (Photo: David Guttenfelder / AP)

John F. Kennedy takes the Presidential oath of office administered by Chief Justice Earl Warren on January 20, 1961, at the Capitol.