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Remembering JFK 50 years after his assassination
On Nov. 22, 1963, the nation lost a president and, as some suggest, its sense of optimistic idealism. President John F. Kennedy was shot several times as his motorcade drove past cheering crowds, and his killer, Lee Harvey Oswald, was murdered soon after.
Today, flags fly at half staff, and commemorations are being held across the country, particularly in Dallas, where the assassination took place.
Read more on the conspiracy theories about the killing that persist to this day, examine a map of important assassination-related locations or read through witness accounts of the shooting.
Photos: Tom Pennington / Getty Images, Pablo Martinez Monsivais, Jacquelyn Martin / Associated Press