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13 original negatives from the Kennedys' wedding are believed to have been kept by the photographer and never published. (Photo by Keystone/Getty Images)

JFK Wedding Negatives Sell For $34 Thousand At Auction

13 original negatives from the Kennedys’ fairytale wedding were bought by a doctor in Las Vegas.

10/15/2014

Kennedy relative Michael Skakel walks out of a Stamford, Connecticut courthouse after his murder conviction in the death of Martha Moxley was vacated last month when a judge decided he did not receive adequate representation in his 2002 trial on November 21, 2013 in Stamford, Connecticut.  (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images)

Skakel Granted Permission To Travel

NEW HAVEN, Conn. (AP) _ Kennedy cousin Michael Skakel, who was released from prison last month after he was granted a new trial in the 1975 slaying of neighbor Martha Moxley, has been granted permission […]

12/18/2013

Edward Kennedy, Jr. (AFP/Getty)

Edward Kennedy, Jr. Won’t Seek Mass. U.S. Senate Seat

Edward Kennedy Jr., the Connecticut-based son of the late U.S. Sen. Edward Kennedy, says he has decided not to run for the Massachusetts Senate seat that will become vacant if U.S. Sen. John Kerry is confirmed as Secretary of State.

12/24/2012

Anne Bass (File: Stephen Lovekin/Getty Images Entertainment)

Second Conspirator Pleads Guilty In 2007 Kent Home Invasion

A suspect identified as a co-conspirator in the 2007 home invasion at the Kent estate of philanthropist Anne Bass has pleaded guilty.  Federal prosecutors say 33-year-old Michael Kennedy,  also known as Nicolae Helera, formerly of […]

11/05/2012

Robert Kennedy (Courtesy Board of Regents for Higher Education)

Former Regents President Returns $25,000 Expense Money

A Connecticut education official who resigned earlier this month amid an outcry over secret pay raises for his staff has paid back $25,000 from an expense account that was allowed as part of his contract.

10/22/2012

Robert Kennedy (Courtesy Board of Regents for Higher Education)

Report: Kennedy Received $100,000 In Payments Beyond Salary

The former president of Connecticut’s state university and community college system was paid at least $100,000 more than his salary in 13 months on the job, before resigning earlier this month amid a controversy over $250,000 in unauthorized raises.

10/21/2012

Phillip Austin (Courtesy University of Connecticut)

Regents Recommend Austin As Interim President

The Board of Regents for Higher Education has voted to recommend former University of Connecticut President Phillip Austin to serve as Interim President of the Board, following the resignation of Robert Kennedy.

10/12/2012

John McKinney (Courtesy State Senate Republicans)

Reaction of State Senate Republican Leader John McKinney

“Dr. Kennedy’s resignation was a necessary first step toward restoring confidence in Connecticut’s higher education system, but there is still a long way to go.  The next step needs to be the resignation of Michael […]

10/12/2012

Dannel Malloy (Saul Loeb/AFP/Getty Images)

Governor Malloy’s Statement On Kennedy Resignation

“Bob’s decision is the right one. “There have been many accomplishments at the Board over the last year, and Bob deserves a lot of credit for those accomplishments.  He’s a smart, decent, thoughtful individual who […]

10/12/2012

Statement Of Board Of Regents Chair Lewis Robinson

“I have accepted President Kennedy’s resignation, and thank him for his service. I’m sure this was not an easy decision at which to arrive, but I appreciate his willingness to put our students first. Since […]

10/12/2012

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