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Juan Romero, 67, at his home in Modesto, Calif., holds a photo of himself and Sen. Robert F. Kennedy, taken by The Los Angeles Times' Boris Yaro on June 5, 1968. Jud Esty-Kendall/StoryCorps hide caption

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The Busboy Who Cradled A Dying RFK Recalls Those Final Moments

It's an infamous scene: Juan Romero, then a teenager, attends to Sen. Robert F. Kennedy, who had just been shot at LA's Ambassador Hotel. He reflects on his brief time with RFK 50 years ago.

President Trump delivers remarks before signing tariff proclamations on steel and aluminum imports at the White House on March 8. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin (second from left), Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross, U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer and White House National Trade Council Director Peter Navarro look on. Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images hide caption

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On Trade, Trump Administration Likes to Leave Other Countries Guessing

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Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, the former CIA director, and CIA official Andrew Kim, the pair on the left, have dinner with North Korea's Kim Yong Chol, a former intelligence chief, in New York on Wednesday. Current and former spy chiefs are playing an unusually prominent role in arranging a proposed summit between President Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un. U.S. State Department hide caption

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The Spies Have A Leading Role In The North Korea Summit

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North Koreans watched a video screen in Pyongyang showing Korean Central Television news presenter Ri Chun Hee as she announced that the country had successfully tested a hydrogen bomb on Sept. 3, 2017. Kim Won-Jin/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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What Summit? On North Korean TV, The News Is All About Rice Farming

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Juan Romero, 67, at his home in Modesto, Calif., holds a photo of himself and Sen. Robert F. Kennedy, taken by The Los Angeles Times' Boris Yaro on June 5, 1968. Jud Esty-Kendall/StoryCorps hide caption

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The Busboy Who Cradled A Dying RFK Recalls Those Final Moments

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A pink umbrella peeks through a collapsed tent home on L.A's Skid Row. Gloria Hillard/NPR hide caption

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Women Of LA's Skid Row Tell Their Stories Through The Anger, Despair On Their Faces

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Traffic backed up on Interstate 75 in Jennings, Fla., near the Florida/Georgia state line as people fled Hurricane Irma on Sept. 8, 2017. John Bazemore/AP hide caption

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Lessons From Hurricane Irma: When To Evacuate And When To Shelter In Place

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