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MLK Day bomb plot suspect pleads innocent to hate crimes

A reputed neo-Nazi accused of planting a backpack bomb discovered along the route of a Martin Luther King Jr. Day parade pleaded not guilty on Monday to newly filed charges of committing hate crimes. Full story

Spokane bomb suspect charged with hate crime

   Rachel Maddow reports breaking news that the suspect in the attempted bombing on the MLK Day parade in Spokane, Washington has been charged with a hate crime.

Judge: Documents in MLK bomb plot to remain sealed

Documents related to the arrest of a man in the planting of a bomb along a Martin Luther King Jr. Day parade route will remain sealed for now, a federal judge said Thursday. Full story

Feds resist efforts to unseal Spokane bomb records

A federal prosecutor is trying to block an effort to unseal court records related to the arrest of a man accused of planting a bomb at the Jan. 17 Martin Luther King Jr. Day parade in Spokane, Wash. Full story

White power link seen in MLK bomb arrest

A suspect was arrested and charged Wednesday in the foiled bombing of a Martin Luther King Day parade in this city last January. Full story

Shirts found with MLK parade bomb are local

The two T-shirts that were found with a bomb placed along a Martin Luther King Jr. Day parade route in Spokane, Wash., apparently came from nearby. Full story

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  Second suspicious package found in Spokane

Investigators in Spokane, Wash., have discovered a suspicious suitcase on a city sidewalk. This comes after a backpack containing explosives was found during a Martin Luther King Jr. Day parade in the same area. NBC's Pete Williams reports.

  Gov. Paul LePage rewrites himself

After telling the NAACP to “kiss his butt” on Friday over his scheduling choices on MLK Day, the governor of Maine decides to rewrite himself and observe Dr. King’s holiday.

  Day of service honors MLK

Martin Luther King, Jr. Day is a national day of service and remembrance. NBC's Kevin Tibbles on how three cities honored King's legacy.

  Jan. 17: Nightly News Monday broadcast

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  A whole lot of show tonight

Bill Wolff, executive producer for the Rachel Maddow Show, shares the rundown of tonight's show, which includes an interview with filmmaker Michael Moore, plus an interview with The Daily Beast's Meghan McCain, and an investigative piece with Michael Isikoff of NBC News and a tribute to the creation

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Barack Obama (Jonathan Ernst / Reuters)
Barack Obama (Jonathan Ernst / Reuters)

U.S. President Barack Obama makes remarks to reporters as he and his family volunteer to help decorate the cafeteria in honor of Martin Luther King Jr Day at Stuart-Hobson Middle School on Capitol Hill in Washington, January 17, 2011. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS)

Thousands of people take part in the Martin Luther King Jr. Day march in San Antonio, Monday, Jan. 17, 2011 in San Antonio.

Martin Luther King Holiday
Martin Luther King Holiday

Members of the King family, including Martin Luther King III, second from right, and his wife Arndrea. at right, with their daughter Yolanda Renee, lay a wreath at the tomb of slain civil rights leader Rev. Martin Luther King Jr., and his wife Coretta Scott King, on his federal holiday in Atlanta, G