Frank Sinatra was one of the top entertainers of the 20th century. A new biography on the many sides of "Ol Blue Eyes" – his singing career, Rat Pack exploits and legacy in American culture.
Guest Host: Susan Page
Recently released documents and artifacts related to the assassination of John F. Kennedy raise new questions about his murder. Historians weigh in on unanswered questions about the killing of JFK.
- David Kaiser professor of history at the Naval War College and author of "American Tragedy."
- Gary Mack curator, The Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza
- Max Holland author of "The Kennedy Assassination Tapes"
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