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Youngest Selma Marcher Recalls Meeting Dr. Martin Luther King

NBC's Kristen Welker talks with Sheyann Webb, who at 8-years-old was the youngest civil rights activist who marched in the 1965 demonstration that came to be known as "Bloody Sunday."

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Watch Live: Obama Speaks at Town Hall Meeting at Benedict College

President Obama participates in a town hall at Benedict College in South Carolina.

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Heads Up, History Buffs: The Storied Past of Ford's Plane

The Army bought about 1,000 of them as it ramped up for World War II.

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Legendary Documentarian Albert Maysles Dead at 88

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Dads Demand 'Amazon Moms' Name Change

Fathers in non-traditional roles take issue with because of service called "Amazon Moms", which offers discounts on items like baby products, diapers, and food. KING's Natalie Swaby reports.

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Harrison Ford Saved Lives by Crash-Landing Plane: Witness

NTSB investigator Patrick Jones tells the media "Anytime that a human being can survive an accident involving an's a good day."

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Watch Live: Biden Speaks at Gay Rights Convention

President Vice Joe Biden speaks at the Human Rights Campaign, the nation's largest lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender civil rights organization.

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Out of Control Car Sends Bystanders Scrambling

A High school student scrambles to escape an oncoming car on icy street, but ends up airborne when another car is sent crashing into her. WJAR's Brian Crandall reports.

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A Life in Selma

Willie Shanks, 60, talks about growing up during the Civil Rights era on a plantation near Selma, Alabama, where he picked cotton starting at age four.

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World War II Dog Tags Come Home

Indianapolis widow reunited with the dog tags her husband lost at Normandy on D-Day. WTHR's Kevin Rader reports.

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Not Just On Screen: Ford's Other Brushes With Danger

When Ford crashed-landed a plane, it wasn't Han Solo in the cockpit — and it isn't the first time the actor has had brushes with danger in real life.

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Dumpster Puppies Find Homes

Puppies left for dead in South Dakota trash bin, then raised by prisoners, find new homes. KDLT's Jill Johnson reports.

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John Lewis on the Scars of Selma

In a preview of the interview airing Sunday on Meet the Press, Chuck Todd asks Rep. John Lewis (D-GA) to reflect on the fiftieth anniversary of the Selma-to-Montgomery march.

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The Week in Pictures

A starlit volcano fumes, wild horses escape capture, avalanche engulfs, cats take over an island and more.

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Red Cross Aids Snow-Stranded Motorists in Kentucky

Shelter takes in motorists stranded when snow and ice shuts down Kentucky interstate. WAVE's Katie Bauer reports.

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Iraqi Newlywed in Dallas Killed While Looking at Snow

Ahmed Al-Jumaili, 36, was taking pictures of snow early Thursday when he was fatally shot in a spurt of random violence, police said.

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Philly Cop Gunned Down at GameStop Was Rewarding Son

Officer Robert Wilson III was buying his 9-year-old son a video game because he got good grades when the deadly robbery occurred Thursday.

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Dress Meme Used in Anti-Violence Campaign

The Salvation Army uses an Internet sensation in a campaign against domestic violence.

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Sex Offender Accused in 'Brutal Rape' of Exotic Dancer

A convicted sex offender is suspected of raping an exotic dancer at knife-point in East Windsor early Thursday morning, police said.

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Ford Is 'Very Meticulous' in Flight Preparation, Aviator Says

The editor of a popular flight magazine who has flown with Harrison Ford on numerous occasions said the actor is "very cautious and capable."



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