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PBS: Acting like a network as well as service

Honey Boo Boo, the management at PBS wants to thank you. Full story

Rare footage gives new glimpse into ‘Camelot’

  Rare footage of President John F. Kennedy enjoying the last summer of his life gives Americans a close-up look at one of the country’s most famous political families. NBC’s Mike Taibbi reports.

Detroit's crisis shows us a few things about America's political fault lines

  Steve Kornacki breaks down Detroit, Nixon, John F. Kennedy, and how their narrative fits in to the Detroit debate of today.

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Kennedys light flame in Ireland to mark iconic JFK trip

Ticket lottery opens for JFK memorial event in Dallas

Obama turns JFK's Berlin speech into new call for freedom

First Read Flash: History at the Gate

Rob Lowe mimics famed JFK painting for new movie

Watch: JFK’s civil rights speech, 50 years ago

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  JFK’s now-famous phone call from 50 years ago

With all the news the dominated the headlines in the past week, here are some of the noteworthy things that didn’t get quite as much attention, including the spirited call President John F. Kennedy made from the Oval Office. NBC’s Brian Williams reports.

  Reaction, analysis on President Obama's impromptu speech on race in America

Ezra Klein talks with MSNBC's Melissa Harris-Perry, Joy Reid, and James Peterson about the president's powerful and personal remarks on race.

  PRESS Pass with Jeffrey Sachs

Bestselling author and economist Jeffrey Sachs talks about John F. Kennedy’s foreign policy legacy, and analyzes struggles ahead for President Obama’s second term.

  President Obama to speak at Berlin landmark

After attending the G-8 summit in Ireland, the president is spending two days in Germany where he’ll speak at the Brandenburg Gate, 50 years after John F. Kennedy visited the landmark that divided Berlin. NBC’s Chuck Todd reports.

  Berlin marks 50 years since iconic JFK speech

Germans are set to commemorate the 50th anniversary of President John F. Kennedy’s celebrated “Ich bin ein Berliner” speech. The historic address ended with Kennedy expressing his solidarity with the citizens of Berlin, electrifying an immense crowd. NBC News' Andy Eckardt reports.

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