FILE - This Nov. 8, 1863 file photo shows President Abraham Lincoln. More than 147 years after his death, a researcher for the Papers of Abraham Lincoln Project, discovered an original copy of the 21-page clinical report by Dr. Charles Leale, who was the first doctor to treat Lincoln after he was shot at a Washington theater on the night of April 14, 1865. (AP Photo/Alexander Gardner, File)

Report of first doctor to reach shot Lincoln found

FILE - This Nov. 8, 1863 file photo shows President Abraham Lincoln. More than 147 years after his death, a researcher for the Papers of Abraham Lincoln Project, discovered an original copy of the 21-page clinical report by Dr. Charles Leale, who was the first doctor to treat Lincoln after he was shot at a Washington theater on the night of April 14, 1865. (AP Photo/Alexander Gardner, File)

President Tyler has 2 living grandsons: Try to do the math on this: John Tyler, born in 1790, became the 10th president of the United States, taking office in 1841 after the death of William Henry Harrison. And two of his grandchildren are still alive!    With 15 children under his belt, Tyler became the most prolific American president, according to his genealogy.

10th President John Tyler's Grandsons Are Alive

President Tyler has 2 living grandsons: Try to do the math on this: John Tyler, born in 1790, became the 10th president of the United States, taking office in 1841 after the death of William Henry Harrison. And two of his grandchildren are still alive! With 15 children under his belt, Tyler became the most prolific American president, according to his genealogy.

The 1964 Cadillac used to transport JFK's body after his assassination  The iconic white hearse that carried the body of President John F. Kennedy after his assassination in 1963 is being put up for auction during a high-profile collectible car sale in Arizona this weekend.  In the hours after John F. Kennedy was assassinated, his body was driven three miles from Parkland Memorial Hospital to Dallas Love Field and Air Force One.

JFK’s hearse for sale in Arizona this weekend

The 1964 Cadillac used to transport JFK's body after his assassination The iconic white hearse that carried the body of President John F. Kennedy after his assassination in 1963 is being put up for auction during a high-profile collectible car sale in Arizona this weekend. In the hours after John F. Kennedy was assassinated, his body was driven three miles from Parkland Memorial Hospital to Dallas Love Field and Air Force One.

Reagan left the piece of paper sitting on a table at the meeting near Ottawa, Canada, in July 1981. It is adorned with a scribbled eye, a man's muscular torso and several heads, including one that looks like a self portrait.  "She told me it was fascinating to see it, and she just grabbed them," said historian Chris Collins of the Margaret Thatcher Foundation. "He just left it on his desk. She snaffled it up, put it in her papers, brought it back to Downing Street and kept it in her flat."

Papers reveal Thatcher kept Reagan's doodles

Reagan left the piece of paper sitting on a table at the meeting near Ottawa, Canada, in July 1981. It is adorned with a scribbled eye, a man's muscular torso and several heads, including one that looks like a self portrait. "She told me it was fascinating to see it, and she just grabbed them," said historian Chris Collins of the Margaret Thatcher Foundation. "He just left it on his desk. She snaffled it up, put it in her papers, brought it back to Downing Street and kept it in her flat."

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