Senator Ted Kennedy, The "Liberal Lion," Dies At 77

<p>Senator Kennedy discussing the Iraq war at George Washington University in 2004</p>

<p>An undated photograph of John F. Kennedy, left, Robert Kennedy, and Ted Kennedy, right, in Hyannis Port.</p>

<p>Sen. Edward M. Kennedy at age 30, waves to party workers in Boston with his wife Joan after his election as democratic U.S. Senator from Massachusetts in Nov. 6, 1962.</p>

<p>Sen. Edward Kennedy is escorted by troopers as he leaves court on July 25, 1969 in Edgartown, Mass., after pleading guilty to a charge of leaving the scene of the accident which killed aide Mary Jo Kopechne.</p>

<p>Kennedy reacting to applause at the 1980 Democratic National Convention; he lost presidential nomination and asked for party unity.</p>

<p>A May 20, 2008 photograph of Sen. Edward M. Kennedy, D-Mass., center, surrounded by family members, left to right, son Rep. Patrick Kennedy, D-R.I., stepson Curran Raclin, son Edward Kennedy Jr., daughter Kara Kennedy, his wife Vicki and stepdaughter Caroline Raclin in a family room at the Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston when Kennedy was diagnosed with a cancerous brain tumor</p>

<p>On Jan. 28, 2008, Kennedy endorsed Barack Obama for president.</p>