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Ford's Theatre: Of President Lincoln and the Man Who Killed Him

Abraham Lincoln was assassinated on April 15, 1865 (he succumbed to the bullet wound of the previous night on April 14) at the Ford's Theatre in Washington DC by stage actor John Wilkes Booth. Sujoy Dhar visits the Ford's Theatre museum ahead of yet another death anniversary of the US president whose resolve to end slavery cost him his life. 

Washington DC: That buzzy feel in the city where Potus, power and politics cohabit Smithsonian

Securing a vantage seat in the upper deck of a hop-on-hop-off bus (read Big Bus Tours), you can feel like just another average visitor to Washington DC doing some touristy things.