The family of slain civil rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., walk in the funeral procession in Atlanta, April 9, 1968.
(Charles Tasnadi/AP)
August 11, 2013

What Happened To The Children Of Civil Rights Martyrs?

Most Americans think of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. as a brilliant young minister who was one of the architects of the civil rights movement, and who was martyred for it in 1968, when he was assassinated. But to the revered leader's eldest son, Martin Luther King III — "Marty" to his family and friends — the famous Dr. King was just "Daddy." And like millions of other daddies across the country, he got pestered by his kids when they wanted something.


Chuck Hagel
(Evan Vucci/AP)
August 09, 2013

Same-Sex Spouses May Get Military Benefits

Same-sex spouses of military members could get health care, housing and other benefits by the end of August. That's according to a Pentagon proposal under consideration.


August 09, 2013

Faith Leaders Emerge As Key To Health Law Outreach

Leaders in some Illinois faith communities are spreading the word about the national health law to make sure those without insurance know about new tax-subsidized coverage and the start of enrollment on Oct. 1.


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