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Top 8 articles of the assassination of JFK

These articles are the importance of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy.

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TIMELINE: Minute-by-minute breakdown how JFK's assassination unfolded - Business Insider

With the release of the JFK files on Thursday, here's a review of the most important moments from the day President John F. Kennedy was assassinated.

Bob Jackson's famous photo

Bob Jackson's famous photo of Jack Ruby assassination of Lee Harvey Oswald.

Kennedy Assassination: Changed Motorcade Route?

The Conspiracy books say that John Kennedy's motorcade route in Dallas was altered at the last minute -- presumably to allow a team of assassins to kill him. What's the real scoop on this?

JFK assassination changed Secret Service - CNNPolitics

The shots fired by Lee Harvey Oswald that killed President John F. Kennedy on November 22, 1963, set in motion a series of reforms to the Secret Service.

CBS News announces president's death

Nov. 22, 1963: In an emotional moment, Walter Cronkite tells the world that President John F. Kennedy has died, half an hour after being shot in Dallas, Texas.

JFK assassination – timeline | World news | The Guardian

Fifty years ago, President John F Kennedy was shot dead and the events of 22 November 1963 were etched into America's consciousness. From the bright Texas morning to the manhunt for the assassin and into the dark Washington DC night, follow the stories that wove together that day

President John F. Kennedy: Eyewitness Accounts of the Events Surrounding JFK's Assassination

The events that began unfolding around midday on November 22, 1963, in Dallas, Texas, have cast a long and lasting shadow across the intervening 40 years. In a matter of seconds a deadly deed would inflict trauma on the nation and alter the course of American history. It opened a tragedy-filled decade pocked by war, violent domestic unrest and a string of political assassinations.