08/28/2013 6:45amThe eldest son of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. says blacks can rightfully celebrate his father's life and work with pride, but much more must be accomplished.
08/28/2013 9:40amThe Rev. Bernice King opened the celebration of her father's famous "I Have a Dream" speech Wednesday with an interfaith service in Washington.
08/28/2013 9:51amA Missouri school official has been cleared of wrongdoing in a State Fair rodeo act that mocked President Barack Obama.
08/28/2013 10:03amDistrict of Columbia Mayor Vincent Gray has used the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington to call for statehood for the district's 632,000 residents.
08/28/2013 10:14amCivil rights leader Andrew Young says the struggle for black America continues 50 years after the historic March on Washington.
08/28/2013 11:02amFive decades after the historic March on Washington, Myrlie Evers-Williams sees a "retrenchment" in this country when it comes to civil rights.
08/28/2013 12:58pmLongtime civil rights leader John Lewis said the country has come a great distance since Dr. Martin Luther King delivered his "I Have a Dream" speech on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial 50 years ago "but we still have a great distance to go."
08/28/2013 1:27pmThe New York Police Department has secretly labeled entire mosques as terrorist organizations, a designation that allows police to use informants to record sermons and spy on imams, often without specific evidence of criminal wrongdoing.
08/28/2013 1:57pmMembers of Martin Luther King's family encouraged people amassed on the National Mall to celebrate the 50-year anniversary of King's speech not to stop fighting for his vision of equality and community.
08/28/2013 1:58pmIn a story Aug. 27 about an arms shipment seized from a North Korean ship, The Associated Press misspelled the name of a co-author of an article cited in the story. The co-author was Roope Siirtola, a research intern at the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute.
08/28/2013 2:04pmEDITOR'S NOTE _ On Aug. 28, 1963, AP reporter Raymond J. Crowley went to the National Mall and chronicled the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom, which went on to become one of the most famous political rallies in U.S. history. Writing in the language and style used by journalists of his era, Crowley duly noted a wide range of details about the event, from the size of the crowd and the songs the marchers sang to President John F. Kennedy's reaction, the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.'s "I Have A Dream" speech, and the three arrests made by police. Fifty years after its original publication, the AP is making this story available to its subscribers.
08/28/2013 2:37pmFor former President Bill Clinton, this day 50 years ago in the shadows of the Lincoln Memorial, marks "one of the most important days in American history."