ABC's Cynthia McFadden spent 72 hours inside Mississippi's only abortion clinic for a report scheduled to air Wednesday on "Nightline."Full story
The official poster of the Jackson Rhythm and Blues Festival features the work of a Mississippi artist. Full story
Top talkers: MSNBC’s Joe Scarborough and a panel debate voter ID laws and whether some aspects of them should be considered racist. Bloomberg Businessweek’s Josh Green also explains how Republicans aren’t appealing to minority voters with their voting law requests. Donny Deutsch also discusses how
Mississippi police shoot a church deacon's son during a dispute over a pastor's firing. WLBT's Roslyn Anderson reports.
Myrlie Evers-Williams remembers that night her husband Medgar was shot on the couple's driveway like it just happened. Last month, she revisited her former home in Jackson, Mississippi, where 50 years ago today, a White Supremacist killed him. Medgar was just 37. TheGrio.com reports.
Myrlie Evers-William, widow of Medgar Evers, discusses the death of her husband 50 years later and her efforts to advance the civil rights movement and preserve his legacy.
Rachel Maddow reminds viewers of civil rights hero Medgar Evers' role in integrating the South on the 50th anniversary of his assassination.
Iowa Governor Terry Branstad, former Mississippi Governor Haley Barbour, and Deputy Regional Director of the National Park Service, Sean Benge, (L-R) stand at a rededication of the Iowa Monument at the Vicksburg National Military Park in Vicksburg, Mississippi, May 25, 2013. A century and a half aft
Iowa Governor Terry Branstad and former Mississippi Governor Haley Barbour sign a proclamation on the desk built partially of wood from the "surrender tree" at the rededication of the Iowa Memorial at Vicksburg National Military Park in Vicksburg, Mississippi, May 25, 2013. A century and a half afte
Everett Dutschke speaks to the media as federal officials search his property in Tupelo, Mississippi, on April 23.
Itawamba County Sheriff Officers search the grounds of the home of Melvin Kitchens as they try and help federal authorities locate Everett Dutschke near the town of Kirkville, Mississippi , April 25, 2013. Members of an anti-terrorist response team from the Mississippi National Guard wearing hazmat