Assassinations

Holder at MLK event: Age of bullies, bigots not fully over

Apr 2, 2018

Former U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder says the "age of bullies and bigots is not fully behind us" _ despite advances the country has made in the 50 years since the Rev. Martin Luther King was slain while fighting poverty and racism.

King's assassination eve speech read out loud in Boston

Apr 2, 2018

Martin Luther King Jr.'s last speech before his assassination 50 years ago this week has been read aloud in Boston by dozens of speaker who took turns

'This was like a war': Witnesses remember day MLK was shot

Apr 2, 2018

A look at the events of the night in Memphis when the Rev. Martin Luther King was killed, as seen through the eyes of some who were there.

Witnesses forever changed by King's final days

Apr 2, 2018

A look at the events of the night in Memphis when the Rev. Martin Luther King was killed, as seen through the eyes of some who were there. King's death changed the world and altered the lives of those who lived through it

Commitment to King's unfinished work remains 50 years later

Apr 1, 2018

Commitment to Martin Luther King's unfinished work around racism, poverty, remains 50 years after civil rights leader's killing

MLK tackled many issues in his lifetime. Where are we now?

Apr 1, 2018

Martin Luther King advocated on behalf of a number of civil and human rights issues throughout his public life as a minister and leader of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference

AP-NORC Poll: 50 years after MLK, civil rights goals unmet

Mar 30, 2018

AP-NORC poll: Most African-Americans do not think that the civil rights movement's hoped-for equality among races has happened in the 50 years since MLK's assassination

Visiting Memphis 50 years after King's assassination

Mar 29, 2018

Visiting Memphis landmarks related to the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. on the 50th anniversary of his assassination

Trial starts for man accused of trying to kill a Texas judge

Mar 26, 2018

Federal prosecutors say a man charged with trying to assassinate a Texas judge had photos of her car and searches for her home address in his cellphone

NBC documentary looks at images that propelled civil rights

Mar 21, 2018

An NBC documentary on the power of images in the civil rights movement explores how pictures of a lynched Emmett Till were well known among black Americans but much less so among whites at the time

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