Crowd Defies Gray Weather For Anniversary Of 1963 March

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Demonstrators on Saturday in Washington, D.C., commemorate the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom. Kevin Lamarque/Reuters/Landov hide caption

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50 Years Later, A March On Washington Among Generations

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Tony Leung (center) fends off challengers as Wing Chun kung fu master Ip Man in Wong Kar Wai's The Grandmaster. The Weinstein Company hide caption

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Renowned Kung Fu Master Inspires Slew Of Action Flicks

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Kochiyama looks at a memorial for World War II Japanese-American internees at the Rohwer Relocation Center in Rohwer, Ark., in 2004. Mike Wintroath/AP hide caption

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Not Just A 'Black Thing': An Asian-American's Bond With Malcolm X

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John Willis, also known as "White Devil John" in Cantonese, was sentenced to 20 years in prison for money laundering and drug charges. Jane Collins for NPR hide caption

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Chinatown's 'White Devil John' Sentenced To 20 Years

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Consumer Groups On The Lookout For Immigration Scams

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Chimurenqa Waller leads demonstrators in a chant in front of the Seminole County Courthouse while the jury deliberated in the trial of George Zimmerman on Friday John Raoux/AP hide caption

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Community Leaders Brace For Fallout From Zimmerman Verdict

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Mexican homicide detective Marco Ruiz (played by Demián Bichir) must work with his American counterpart, Sonya Cross (Diane Kruger), to solve a murder on the U.S.-Mexico border in FX's new series The Bridge. FX Network hide caption

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New Series 'The Bridge' Seeks An Audience In Two Languages

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Couples kiss at the Old Orange County Courthouse in Santa Ana, Calif., earlier this month. Amy Taxin/AP hide caption

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How Many Gay Couples Have Tied The Knot? Nobody Knows

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Paula Deen dissolved into tears during her appearance Wednesday on NBC's Today show with Matt Lauer. The celebrity chef told Lauer she was not a racist, but image experts say she'll have to work harder to convince the public. Peter Kramer/AP hide caption

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How To Prove You're Not A Racist

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Baby Veronica and her biological father, Dusten Brown, feed geese and ducks in April in Nowata, Okla. Jeremy Charles for The Washington Post/Getty Images hide caption

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Happy Ruling For Adoptive Couple, Uncertainty For Baby Girl

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