Kennedy (left), First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy, and Texas Governor John Connally.
The day the nation stood still
With the release of classified files pertaining to John F. Kennedy's assassination, a look back on that fateful November day in Dallas.
An air of calm as the motorcade winds through downtown Dallas.
The First Lady leans over her husband as a secret service agent climbs onto the car.
CBS News anchor Walter Cronkite tells the nation: President Kennedy is dead.
The front page of the "New York American Journal" announcing the assassination.
Lyndon B. Johnson aboard Air Force One with the grief-stricken First Lady to his right.
The sixth floor window from which Oswald is thought to have fired upon Kennedy.
A Dallas policeman holds up the rifle used in the assassination.
A crowd in New York City gathers around a convertible car to listen to radio reports.