Lyndon B. Johnson
The jet that became Air Force One after Lyndon B. Johnson took the oath of office following the assassination of President Kennedy in Dallas is at the center of brewing battle between states of Ohio and Texas.
Many items that make up the searing images from the assassination of President John F. Kennedy are available for public viewing 50 years later, in cities all over the country.
The entire collection of nearly 100 love letters written between Lyndon Johnson and Lady Bird Johnson during their 2 1/2-month courtship in 1934 is being made available to the public for the first time beginning on Valentine’s Day.
Robert Caro has been writing about Lyndon Johnson for nearly 40 years, and his fans — as anxious as “Harry Potter” followers — have waited a decade for the latest volume.
The keepers of President Lyndon B. Johnson’s legacy have embarked on an ambitious project to elevate awareness of the Texas Democrat’s accomplishments in his quest for civil and social justice.
George W. Bush has already surpassed his goal of raising more than $300 million to support his presidential library.
Precisely 40 years after they began to appear in The New York Times, triggering a constitutional crisis over freedom of the press, the Pentagon Papers will be released at the Lyndon B. Johnson Library and Museum and other sites Monday.