Revisit PEOPLE's 2002 Conversation with Michael Peterson, Whose Wife's Death Inspired HBO Max's The Staircase
When Kathleen Peterson was found dead at the base of her staircase, police quickly suspected foul play. While theories swirled about what happened, PEOPLE spoke to her husband about their relationship
Why JFK's Aide Decided to Tell Her Side of Their 4-Year Affair — and the Hard Lessons She Learned
"I'm not here to throw dirt at a dead man, but I am here to say the culture is incredibly problematic," Diana de Vegh says
"No is not the only thing that was expressed tonight," Newsom said after the election was called. "We said yes to science. We said yes to vaccines. We said yes to ending this pandemic"
Meet Larry Elder, the Conservative Radio Host Stirring Controversy as He Hopes to Oust Gavin Newsom
The much-watched recall election ends Tuesday
The U.S., Biden spokesman Jen Psaki said, "wouldn't be supportive of profiting off of people who are desperate to get out of a country"
Survivor of RFK Assassination Is Okay with Parole for Sirhan Sirhan — and He Still Questions What Happened
Paul Schrade, who was shot in the head seconds before Kennedy was killed, argues police can now pursue what he suspects was a second shooter
Leslie Jordan Dishes on His Love of Books Ahead of Barbara Bush Foundation Event Celebrating Reading
"I can't imagine what my life would be without books," the Call Me Kat and Will & Grace actor tells PEOPLE
Th #MeToo movement, de Vegh wrote, "has provided a specific context for needed re-evaluation" of relationships such as the one she shared with Kennedy
"I've never seen more people cry, just salty Marines, seasoned State Department veterans just break down in tears, talking about their work," Rep. Seth Moulton said of what he saw while in Afghanistan