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Morning Headlines: Wednesday, August 28

The Morning Joe headlines for Wednesday, August 28
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The Morning Joe headlines for Wednesday, August 28

Here are the headlines we’re reading this morning. Which headlines are getting your attention?

Faces in the crowd: Six marchers relive King’s historic ‘dream’ speech

Obama must balance history and reality in tribute

A half-century later, Senate still a glass ceiling for African-Americans

From Bill Gates to Cory Booker, celebs reflect on #DreamDay

Oprah, Bill Clinton set to commemorate MLK’s ‘dream’ anniversary

NYT Editorial: The Fight for Voting Rights, 50 Years Later

King: My father’s dream is still unrealized

U.S. says it has proof of chemical attack in Syria

Obama Weighs ‘Limited’ Strikes Against Syrian Forces

U.S. Faces New Threat From Washington

Danger Level Upgraded For Radioactive Water Leak At Fukushima

Baghdad Blasts Claim Dozens Of Lives

Immigration reform’s No. 1 enemy: Time

Syria focus shifts to United Nations

Underdog Charges Back to Win Match, and Fans

Growing Yosemite wildfire causes smoke 100 miles away in Nevada

Times Site Is Disrupted in Attack by Hackers