On Nov. 22, 1963, President John F. Kennedy was assassinated in Dallas, Texas. 50 years later, New York Daily News is remembering the life of JFK with a reprint of the newspaper they ran on the day after Kennedy died. The paper, which sold for ¢5 in 1963, ran the headline "KENNEDY ASSASINATED Johnson Sworn as President; Leftist Jailed as Slayer" with an image of President Lyndon B. Johnson and his wife consoling the widowed Jackie Kennedy.
The reprint is dominated by coverage of Kennedy's death, including photos of JFK's life that range from pictures of him playing high school football, to his marriage to Jackie, to his time in office.
Daily News also includes the original advertisements and comics that ran in the 1963 paper, showing pop culture as it was 50 years ago.
New York Post is also running a JFK anniversary edition that includes a reprint of the newspaper's front page on the day President Kennedy was killed.