Video taken from a helicopter shows the extent of damage caused by Monday’s tornado in Moore, Oklahoma. (May 21)
President Obama sought to ensure the people of Moore, Okla. on Tuesday that his administration is sending disaster relief aid “right away” to the tornado-devastated suburb of Oklahoma City.
President Obama speaks at the Morehouse College commencement ceremony.
The tornado that hit Moore, Oklahoma on Monday cut a wide path of destruction through the center of the city. As of Tuesday morning, 51 were known dead. The medical examiner’s office says dozens more may have died. (May 21)
A mile-wide tornado churned through the Oklahoma City suburbs, destroying homes for the second day in a row Monday, as part of a severe weather outbreak that was expected to spread to other parts of the Plains and Midwest. (May 20)
Source: Randall Pinkston and Phil Hirschkorn / CBS News JACKSON, Miss. – In the early 1960s, as Medgar Evers was becoming better known nationally as a civil rights leader in Mississippi, he found himself shut out of local television newscasts in his hometown and the state capital, Jackson. DON’T MISS: Roland Martin Talks With Marcus Ward [...]
Visit NBCNews.com for breaking news, world news, and news about the economy At his commencement address at Morehouse College, President Barack Obama tied Dr. Martin Luther King’s journey to his own struggles, NBC’s Lester Holt reports.
President Barack Obama told graduates of Morehouse College Sunday to take the power of their example _ as black men graduating from college _ and use it to improve people’s lives. (May 19)
Roland Martin talks with Kiera Wilmot, her mother, Marie and their attorney Larry Hardaway about Kiera being arrested and kicked out of school for a science experiment that exploded. Recently charges against Kiera were dismissed.
A Cincinnati court convicted a man of murder after seeing video of the victim, two weeks before his death, blinking to identify the assailant. (May 17)