Does The NFL's Proposed Settlement Change The Game?

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Evangelicals' New Chief Says Days Of Moral Majority Over

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Ancient Beads with an Otherworldly Origin

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Does 'Marching' Digitally Send A Message?

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Obama Encourages Next Generation To Carry On King's Vision

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A Flock of Dumpling Ducklings: What's inside? Roasted Beijing duck, of course. Anthony Kuhn/NPR hide caption

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Move Over, Pot Stickers: China Cooks Up Hundreds Of Dumplings

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All Washington, D.C., liquor stores were closed on Aug. 28, 1963. While Maury Landsman's parents, who owned a liquor store, stayed home that day, he was determined to participate in the march. Charles Del Vecchio/The Washington Post/Getty Images hide caption

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Taking A Closer Look At Milgram's Shocking Obedience Study

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John Mbugua and his son Giovanni Mbugua, 6, of San Jose, Calif., and Lavon Johnson and his son Mason Johnson, 2, of Fort Meade, Md., greet one another while marching with thousands of other people from Capitol Hill to the Lincoln Memorial on Wednesday. Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images hide caption

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President Obama Commemorates The March On Washington

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Civil Rights Fight Of Today: Complacency?

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Freedom Singer: 'Without Music, There Would Be No Movement'

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Historical photos and memorabilia decorate the walls of Rep. Lewis' office. Amy Ta/NPR hide caption

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Rep. Lewis: 'I Gave A Little Blood Here And There'

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National Guardsman Burton Johnson set up a cot at a first aid station ahead of the March on Washington. AP hide caption

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Behind March On Washington's 'Sunny Reputation,' A Deep Fear

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A white heckler arrested during an anti-segregation demonstration in Lexington, Ky., is hustled into a police car in August 1963. Forty years later, the Lexington Herald-Leader ran a correction apologizing for the newspaper's lack of coverage of the civil rights movement. AP hide caption

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More than 200,000 gather on the Washington Monument grounds before marching to the Lincoln Memorial on Aug. 28, 1963. AP hide caption

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One Historic March, Countless Striking Moments

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