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The Triumphs and Trials of Memphis

“There is neither optimism nor strong pessimism, honestly.”

Teachers Strike for Better Wages

Public school teachers in Oklahoma and Kentucky protested at their state capitols to demand higher pay, better benefits and more money for education.

In Indiana and Beyond, Bruising G.O.P. Primary Fights Worry Party Leaders

Republican Senate candidates in states won by President Trump are in primary fights that could leave them weakened in fall contests against vulnerable Democrats.

Family’s Fatal Plunge Off Cliff May Have Been Intentional, Authorities Say

The parents and at least three of their six adopted children died in the crash. One of the missing children, Devonte Hart, had a brush with fame over a 2014 viral photo.

Potential Cosby Jurors Are Asked About #MeToo Bias

Only one juror was selected as the lawyers and judge tried to understand how the wave of sexual harassment allegations could affect this case.

A Black Evangelist Who Opposed Dr. King

New research shows how Elder Michaux, the first minister with a weekly television show, worked with the F.B.I. to discredit the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

Weaken Consumer Bureau, Its Chief Requests in First Report to Congress

Mick Mulvaney, the acting director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, wants to cripple the agency he has long criticized and been tasked to lead.

A Border Patrol Agent (and Frequent Fox News Guest) Has Trump’s Ear on Immigration

Brandon Judd, who has reiterated talking points that include pushing for a border wall, has earned President Trump’s praise for his television appearances.

‘I’m Glad That I’m Equal’: Six Students on Dr. King’s Legacy

Near the site of Dr. King’s assassination in Memphis, six students reflected on the civil rights leader’s work and legacy, and how both shape their own lives now.

Martin Luther King Jr.’s Original New York Times Obituary

The obituary, which was published on April 5, 1968, celebrated the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. as a prophet of a crusade for racial equality and a voice of anguish for millions of people.

Suit Against Agent Who Reinvestigated a Florida Mother’s Death Is Dismissed

A federal judge found that the investigator had probable cause to suspect that a deputy sheriff had killed his girlfriend — a death that had been ruled a suicide.

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