Clint Hill's memory of the day President Kennedy was assassinated is still sharp. As the secret service agent for Jacqueline Kennedy, he was the first to jump onto the back of the President's convertible to try and save his life on that fateful day in Dealey Plaza.
Hill marks the 50th anniversary of that day in American history with his new book entitled "Five Days in November."
He joined New Day's Christi Paul to recall the assassination, the hours afterward, and the years he spent protecting Mrs. Kennedy.
There are two new gaming systems released just in time for the holidays– Sony's PS4 and Microsoft's Xbox One. The pixels are sharp, the capabilities are advanced, the prices are high, and some gamers are saying this is the toughest decision they've ever had to make.
Gaming expert John Davison weighs the pros and cons of each amazing machine.
While the long-awaited agreement on Iran's nuclear program was celebrated by Secretary of State John Kerry and President Obama upon its announcement, many skeptics of the deal have come forward questioning Iran's credibility in maintaining the mandates set forth.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu made a public statement calling the agreement a "historic mistake" and said it has "made the world a much more dangerous place."
Domestically, many members of the GOP have said the agreement will make obtaining a nuclear weapon "more likely." In a statement, Senator Marco Rubio said the agreement provides "an even greater need to increase sanctions against Iran." House Majority leader Eric Cantor said the agreement 'dangerously recognizes' Iran's right to enrich uranium.
Christi Paul and Victor Blackwell asked International Security Analyst Jim Walsh to respond to the accusations that Iran could be hiding something behind the agreement.