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There was a time 40 years ago, right after the assassination of his brother Robert, when it looked as if Edward Kennedy would become President someday by right...

The Lessons of His Dying

Natural death did not come naturally to the Kennedy family. Two siblings brought down in flight; two others slain. But now two more siblings have modeled the...

Teddy's Legacy

As Southeast Asian immigrants, my family owes Edward Kennedy a debt of gratitude ["Sept. 7"]. Because of the Immigration and Nationality Act of 1965 that he...

Gathering to Pay Last Respects

Tropical Storm Danny was bearing down on New England as Boston got ready to lay her favorite son to rest; so President Obama cut his vacation short and flew in...

Inbox

A Militant Mafia The cover story "Taliban Inc." was very revealing and shocking [Sept. 7]. It is alarming to see where the money behind the Taliban's arsenal...

Why Some Brits Don't Want a Sir Ted Kennedy

If Gordon Brown expected props back home for being the first European leader to enjoy President Obama's hospitality at the White House and only the fifth British...

Kennedy Shows No Signs of Stroke

It's too early to know why Sen. Edward Kennedy of Massachusetts suffered an apparent seizure on Saturday while at his Cape Cod home. But his doctors now say...

Did Ted Kennedy Suffer a Stroke?

Doctors have clearly been worried for a while now that Sen. Edward Kennedy, 76, of Massachusetts might suffer a stroke. Last October, they operated on the...

Endorsement Politics

When Edward Kennedy bestowed his blessing on Barack Obama at a thunderous rally in Washington, he had only sweet words about Obama's chief rival for the...

When In Doubt, Obfuscate

The facts are different, but the drama surrounding the Kennedys' latest tragedy has a familiar feel to it -- as if their family tradition includes rules on how...

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