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Douglas Harriman Kennedy

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Education  Brown University
Name  Douglas Kennedy
Religion  Roman Catholic

Political party  Democratic
Occupation  journalist
Role  Robert F. Kennedy's son
Douglas Harriman Kennedy Douglas Kennedy trial Son of Robert Kennedy claims he was
Born  March 24, 1967 (age 48) (1967-03-24) Washington, D.C.
Spouse  Molly Elizabeth Stark (m. 1998)
Siblings  Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., Kerry Kennedy, Max Kennedy
Parents  Ethel Kennedy, Robert F. Kennedy
Children  Rowen Francis Kennedy, Anthony Boru Kennedy, Riley Elizabeth Kennedy, Mary McCauley Kennedy
Cousins  Caroline Kennedy, Maria Shriver, John F Kennedy Jr, Patrick J Kennedy, Patrick Bouvier Kennedy
Similar People  Robert F Kennedy, Max Kennedy, Kathleen Kennedy Townsend, Ethel Kennedy, Christopher G Kennedy

Douglas Harriman Kennedy


Douglas Harriman Kennedy (born March 24, 1967) is the tenth child of Robert F. Kennedy and Ethel Kennedy, named in honor of W. Averell Harriman, a family friend and former governor of New York.

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April 13, 1967 - Ethel and Robert F. Kennedy with their tenth child, Douglas Harriman Kennedy


Life and career

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Kennedy was born in Washington, D.C. He married Molly Elizabeth Stark, daughter of John Sherwood Stark and Sharon Ellen Wing, on August 22, 1998, in Nantucket, Massachusetts.

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They have five children: Riley Elizabeth Kennedy, born 1999 in Nantucket, Massachusetts; Mary Rose Kennedy, born 2001; Rowen Francis Kennedy, born 2004; George Skakel Kennedy, born 2007 and Anthony Boru Kennedy, born 2012.

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Kennedy graduated from Georgetown Preparatory School and Brown University and began his career as a print journalist with The Nantucket Beacon and later The New York Post. As an investigative reporter for the Post, Kennedy obtained the first interview with the officer who arrested Oklahoma City bombing suspect Timothy McVeigh and broke numerous other health care and metropolitan area stories.

He joined Fox News Channel as a general assignment reporter in August 1996 and hosts a bi-weekly program on the network, Douglas Kennedy’s American Stories. While at Fox News, he covered the Presidential elections of 1996, 2000, and 2004, as well as Hurricane Katrina.

In 2006, while working as a correspondent for the Fox News show The Big Story, he commented on the controversy over whether the film of "Crocodile Hunter" Steve Irwin's last moments should be shown, noting that he and his siblings "had to grow up with" repeatedly seeing broadcasts and video clips of Kennedy's own father's death. He said that in Irwin's case, it would be really "unnecessary and in very poor taste."

On November 20, 2012, Kennedy was acquitted of misdemeanor physical harassment and child endangerment charges in connection with a January 7, 2012 altercation with two nurses at Northern Westchester Hospital in Mount Kisco, New York, two days after his son, Daniel Boru, was born there. Kennedy attempted to take his infant off the maternity ward for some fresh air, which two nurses said was against hospital policy, and who claimed that he physically assaulted them when they tried to stop him from doing so. Kennedy was separately investigated by New York child welfare authorities following the incident, but social workers found no signs of child abuse in his home and declared the allegations unfounded in March 2012.

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