Why JFK's Limousine Stayed In Service For 13 Years After Dallas

You would not be blamed for assuming the Lincoln Continental used by President Kennedy on that horrible day 50 years ago was immediately retired. You would, however, be wrong. The Lincoln that saw the assassination of one leader and the near death of another remained in service. Why? » 11/22/13 12:40pm 11/22/13 12:40pm

Now You Can Own The Second-To-Last Convertible JFK Ever Rode In

Thanks to the events of November 22, 1963 in Dallas, we don't put U.S. presidents in convertibles anymore. But the black 1961 Lincoln Continental presidential limousine was actually the second convertible President John F. Kennedy rode in when he arrived in Texas. Now you can own the first. » 10/10/13 4:45pm 10/10/13 4:45pm

UPDATE: Delta Flight Returns To JFK Because Of Sick Passenger,…

We're getting reports via Twitter traffic tonight of suspicious wires found in luggage or possibly in the lavatory on Delta Flight 126 at John F. Kennedy Airport in New York. Reports indicate that there's a person being held for questioning by Air Marshals on board the plane with the FBI bomb squad en route. » 7/12/12 10:29pm 7/12/12 10:29pm

A JetBlue Pilot 'Tried To Take Down' A Plane Today

A JetBlue pilot is now in FBI custody after suffering some form of mental break down on a flight from New York to Las Vegas. The co-pilot allegedly kicked the pilot out of the cockpit and passengers tackled him. » 3/27/12 2:08pm 3/27/12 2:08pm

The JFK Ambulance Is A Fake

This Saturday's auction of the ambulance that carried President John F. Kennedy's body has garnered worldwide attention. The only problem? It's a near-perfect fake. Here's how a group of historians discovered the truth about what happened to the real ambulance. » 1/20/11 9:50pm 1/20/11 9:50pm