An undisputed heavyweight champion, Mike Tyson became well-known for his ferocious and intimidating boxing style as well as his controversial behavior. In 1997, he made headlines for biting Evander Holyfield's ear during a rematch.
19th-century photographer Hugh Mangum made portraits of both black and white Americans across the Jim Crow South. Now a modern-day photographer wants to discover the identities of the people in those pictures.
Derek Bolin, a UCLA graduate student, recently salvaged and digitized speeches from the '50s. He found this long-lost speech from Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., delivered to UCLA students just after the march from Selma in 1965. It still resonates.
Return to Selma: People and Pictures Behind a Redefining Protest
This weekend, the nation pauses to remember a watershed moment in the civil rights movement. Sunday marks 50 years since the violent crackdown on peaceful marchers in Selma, Alabama. Senior White House correspondent Bill Plante was there on "Bloody Sunday" and takes a look back.
President Jacob Zuma and other leaders of South Africa's ruling ANC party visited Nelson Mandela at his Johannesburg home on Monday and found the anti-apartheid icon in good shape and in good spirits three weeks after his release from hospital.
Separate, But Equal: Rare Images from Segregated South
Despite the hardships imposed by segregation in the Deep South, the vibrant African American heritage displayed in this film reveals a little known black middle class community in Mississippi. Photographer H.C. Anderson captured it all as his neighbors lived their lives separately but -- in many ways -- equally.