Georgia Congressman John Lewis was born and raised on a cotton farm outside Troy, Alabama. He later became one of the most prominent leaders of the civil rights movement. In our ongoing series, Note to Self, Lewis recalls getting into what he famously calls "good trouble."
King stands with other civil rights leaders on the balcony of the Lorraine Motel in Memphis, Tenn., on April a day before he was assassinated at approximately the same spot. From left: Hosea Williams, Jesse Jackson, King and Ralph Abernathy.
The case for more oil pipelines in Canada — as some analysts see it
The federal government must decide within the month on whether to approve Kinder Morgan's Trans Mountain pipeline expansion from Alberta to B. We look at four arguments that support constructing a new pipeline.