JFK Dallas Motorcade
Moments before his assassination, President John F. Kennedy waved to an enthusiastic crowd in Dallas, Texas.
Photograph by Walter Sisco, courtesy Wikimedia. Public domain
to blame or charge with a fault or crime.
to recognize the truth or existence of something.
isolated or distanced from society.
process of studying a problem or situation, identifying its characteristics and how they are related.
to murder someone of political importance.
(Central Intelligence Agency) U.S. government agency whose mission is to "preempt threats and further U.S. national security objectives by collecting intelligence that matters, producing objective all-source analysis, conducting effective covert action as directed by the president, and safeguarding the secrets that help keep our nation safe."
secret, evil, or unlawful plan.
disagreement or debate.
vehicle with a folding or removable top.
debate or argument.
forced ejection from a country, or a person who feels forced to leave.
degree or space to which a thing extends.
(Federal Bureau of Investigation) government agency whose mission is "to lead and coordinate intelligence efforts that drive actions to protect the United States."
to recognize or establish the identity of something.
created without preparation.
event or happening.
process involving examination and research into a topic or situation.
large, luxury automobile.
reason a person acts in a certain way.
procession of cars or other automobiles.
required or needed.
to coordinate and give structure to.
centralized network of illegal activity that often crosses local, regional, and national borders.
renegade or no longer obedient.
gunman who fires from a concealed place.
having to do with the Soviet Union and the areas it influenced.
person who comes next.