The full measure of King's legacy requires nothing less than to honestly wrestle with hard truths that he publicly confronted a half century ago.
The Communications Workers of America and Democracy for America both gave the Vermont senator the nod Thursday.
The "overwhelming majority" of 350 editorial staffers signed union cards.
The organizing union represents two million workers.
Quentin Tarantino has "shown through his actions that he is anti-police," a Philadelphia police group charges.
The Supreme Court is set to rule on a variety of hot-button social issues.
Investigation shows 6.2 million tons of discarded electronics went missing in 2012.
Nearly 1,000 migrants, many from Africa via Italy, were intercepted in southern France in the past three days.
The EU's poorest country attempts to cope with a soaring number of asylum seekers and refugees through harsh methods.
More than 30,000 soldiers from Brooklyn participated in the four-year war, which ended 150 years ago.
The 81-year-old Supreme Court Justice admitted in a recent interview she was not "100 percent sober" at the event.
The mixed martial arts organization is "optimistic" the state will open to live events in 2015.
Three senators and two congressmen delivered rebuttals to President Obama's speech.
In an unexpected move, the text was published on Medium, a free publishing platform available to the public.
Ahead of the 2016 presidential race, the pig-castrating congresswoman from Iowa makes sense.
A new report released by the Vatican Monday suggests a softening in tone—if not in policy—toward gays and gay marriage.
"People have no confidence in Tory guarantees and they are absolutely fizzing about what looks like a preparation for a betrayal of solemn commitment made," Scottish nationalist leader Alex Salmond said
Northern Ireland's firebrand preacher turned peacemaker dies
Barely a thousand miles from Kiev a new war threatens to thaw in Russia's backyard as casualties hit all time high