CNN remembers Ted Kennedy

On CNN.com, online users can access a robust special section detailing the life and legacy of Sen. Edward “Ted” Kennedy. Located at www.cnn.com/Kennedy, the special includes:

Rare photos from childhood through his adult years

An interactive timeline of his life

Numerous videos of Senator Kennedy’s triumphs and trials

In-depth articles and stories about his final days

The special also features reactions from world leaders and personal commentaries from those with special insight into the Kennedy family to include the following:

Ted Sorenson, special counsel and adviser to former President John F. Kennedy

– http://www.cnn.com/2009/POLITICS/08/26/sorensen.kennedy.family/index.html

Bill Frist, former Republican majority leader of the U.S. Senate

– http://www.cnn.com/2009/POLITICS/08/26/frist.kennedy.friend/index.html

Paul Begala, Democratic strategist and political consultant and counselor to former President William Jefferson Clinton.

– http://www.cnn.com/2009/POLITICS/08/26/begala.ted.kennedy/index.html

Additionally, CNN.com is streaming a looped selection of the Senator’s past speeches at www.CNN.com/live3. The stream of Kennedy’s speeches includes his 2008 and 1980 DNC appearances; his speeches on Iraq and Education, both from January 2007; 107th commencement address to the graduating class of Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts; the Senator’s endorsement of then Senator Barack Obama, past interviews on Larry King Live; and newsmaking moments throughout his life.

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