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He's rich and well-connected. But Michael Skakel's case deserves close examination

Redford lends his voice to concern for the Grand Canyon

The humorist Dave Barry once joked that all the major natural attractions of the American West – the Grand Canyon, the Badlands, the Rocky Mountains, and Robert Redford – were caused by erosion.

Jagger vs Lennon: London's riots of 1968 provided the backdrop to a rock'n'roll battle royale

Forty years ago, the world was on the brink of revolution. But while Mick was urging insurrection on the streets of London, John was preaching peace and love. In a series of incendiary, rediscovered interviews, Jagger and Lennon reveal themselves as never before or since: battling one another for the soul of rock'n'roll

Who killed JFK? new papers suggest dialogue between Ruby and Oswald

For many Americans, the assassination of John F Kennedy remains an unsolved crime, even though it is the most investigated murder in US history.

Kennedy dynasty divides over Democrat candidates

The Kennedy clan, America's largest political dynasty, is as sharply divided as the Democratic Party ahead of today's vote, with many members supporting Barack Obama while others campaign for Hillary Clinton.

Have a Wales of a time

St David's is a land of rugged cliffs, choppy seas and cheeky wild ponies. For Isabel Lloyd, it's the perfect family adventure playground

Green chic: At last top celebrities wake up to plight of the planet

Between the ads for diamond watches and designer bags in one of America's glossiest magazines, A-listers have gone green. By Severin Carrell and Geoffrey Lean

Was Robert Kennedy killed by a real 'Manchurian candidate'-style assassin?

A new book claims to reveal evidence that the CIA, FBI and Aristotle Onassis hypnotised a Palestinian man into assassinating Robert Kennedy. John Hiscock reports

Why the Tories have got it wrong on homosexuality

The Conservatives' former spokesman on London explains why he had to oppose his own party's stance

Letter: Presidential race

Sir: The forthcoming US mayors' march to Washington to persuade Congress to enact tougher gun-control laws (report, 16 August) could create more awareness about how the US has become the most violent nation with the highest gun-related murder rate (in peace time).

New clues over Kennedy death crash

SUSPICION GREW last night that John F Kennedy Jnr may have crashed his small plane into the waters off Martha's Vineyard because he was disoriented by a dark summer haze that blurred all distinction between sky and ocean.

The The Kennedy Crash: Grief and disbelief as US mourns strange death of its favourite son

SQUARE-JAWED in his state ranger's hat, captain Robert Bird was still not ready to concede what the rest of America had already, reluctantly, concluded - that 36 hours after it vanished from radar screen 19 miles off Martha's Vineyard, the small Piper plane belonging to John F Kennedy Jnr was unlikely to surrender any survivors. "This is still classified as a search and rescue operation," he said without emotion.

The The Kennedy Crash: The Family - Clan was gathered for a wedding. Then came a chilling message

SO CONSUMING was the worry at the Kennedy compound in Hyannisport on Saturday that nobody told the catering company hired to feed the 275 guests at the wedding of Rory Kennedy that the ceremony had been called off. Their vans arrived at three in the tense afternoon.

The Kennedy Crash: The Family - As they were all preparing for the wedding, a chilling message came

SO CONSUMING was the worry at the Kennedy compound in Hyannisport on Saturday that nobody told the catering company hired to feed the 275 guests at the wedding of Rory Kennedy that the ceremony had been called off. Their vans arrived at three in the tense afternoon.
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