As we commemorate the anniversary of his death, here are 10 things you may not know about Robert F. Kennedy.
After 10 days of bruising battle, U.S. forces took the hill, only to abandon it days later. Sniper fire was so intense, one soldier called it 'a human meat grinder.'
Holy wars. Papal proclamations. Exiles and inquisitions. It was a busy time.
These were special spots for the Brotherhood.
Where they built, fought and prayed.
The much-feared day was the beginning of the end for the powerful warriors.
The 18th-century outhouse may yield colonial clues.
Nearly 50 years before the March on Washington, African Americans took to the streets of New York protest racial inequality.