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Opinion: Young voters, stick with Obama

Jack Schlossberg, JFK's grandson, says young voters have learned political change doesn't come easy, but Obama has delivered on key issues... The president's signature legislative achievement, the Affordable Care Act, allows us to stay on our parents' health plan until we are 26. That means we'll have health insurance when we graduate from college, which more and more of us will be able to do thanks to the president's push to double funding for Pell Grants and his insistence on keeping interest rates low for the 7.4 million students taking out student loans. Because of Obama's repeal of "don't ask, don't tell," anyone can join the military, regardless of sexual orientation, an issue important to our generation.

Senh: A pretty good summary of what Barack Obama has done in his first term so far from John F. Kennedy's grandson!


Mary Kennedy's body dug up on RFK Jr.'s orders, report says

Even in death, there is no peace for Mary Richardson Kennedy. Less than two months after she was found hanging in a barn behind her Bedford mansion, Mary Kennedy's body has been dug up on her husband Robert F. Kennedy Jr.'s orders and moved to a remote area of a Massachusetts cemetery.


RFK's wife stars in daughter's 'Ethel' at Sundance

Ethel Kennedy prefers coming to the Sundance Film Festival when she's not the star of a movie.


Kara Kennedy dead at 51

Kara Kennedy dead at 51

Kara Kennedy, the oldest child of the late senator Edward Kennedy, has died. Patrick Kennedy, a former congressman from Rhode Island, said his sister died Friday. "She's with dad," Patrick Kennedy said. Their father died in 2009 at age 77 after battling a brain tumor.


RFK's grandson weighing US House run

RFK's grandson weighing US House run

A top Massachusetts Democrat said Saturday that one of Robert F. Kennedy's grandsons is considering carrying on the family's vaunted political tradition by running for the U.S. House of Representatives....


Source: Family Wants Ex-DNC Boss in Kennedy Seat

Paul G. Kirk Jr., the former chairman of the Democratic National Committee, will replace the late Ted Kennedy in the Senate until a special election is held in January, sources told FOX News.


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