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A dump truck leaking diesel fuel after it crashed into a dividing wall caused the Martin Luther King Jr. Expressway to be closed for a few hours.
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When Oprah asks vulnerability expert Brene Brown for her personal prayer, the author cites a Martin Luther King Jr. quotation.
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Though it won't get the attention it deserves, today marks the 125th anniversary of the birth of one of the great humanists of the twentieth century.
In the Bible, Mark records Jesus as saying: "A prophet is not without honor except in his own town."
The decades-old civil rights memorabilia, including her Presidential Medal of Freedom and a signed postcard from Rev.
An agreement in a legal battle between Harry Belafonte and the three surviving children of Martin Luther King Jr. gives the singer ownership of several items that belonged to the civil rights leader, reports Bloomberg.
Natalie Vazquez, 28, rests her head on friend, Riley Williams, as they sit on the hood of Williams' car following the discovery of a burglary at Vazquez's North Memphis apartment Monday.
When the news of Bashar al-Assad's chemical weapon attack on the people of Syria first came into focus, many of us in the United States, not knowing what to do with the rage and pain, called for a punitive counterattack.
Anyone who possesses documents from Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., has a treasure from one of the greatest men to ever grace our country.
While some celebrate Easter as a holy day, others think of it as another day to catch up on errands, including shopping.
The estate of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and U.S. singer and activist Harry Belafonte said on Friday they settled their dispute over possession of documents of the late civil rights leader that gives ownership to the entertainer.
Protesters gathered on the UT campus to protest President Obama's immigration policies during his speech today at the Civil Rights Summit .
ST AUGUSTINE, Fla.-- At the center of civil chaos during the 1960s was St. Augustine.
A lesson plan asking students to draw parallels between late civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr. and convicted cop-killer Mumia Abu-Jamal is an "absolute disgrace," the widow of the fallen officer told FoxNews.com.