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Louisville Says 'Goodbye' to the Greatest of All Time, Muhammad Ali
Watch the heartfelt memorial service for the legendary boxer and civil rights icon.
The Latest: Sharpton Says Rallies Planned in New York, Tulsa
The Rev. Al Sharpton says he's planning rallies to demand justice for the family of an unarmed black man killed by a white police officer in Tulsa, Oklahoma
Farewell to 'The Greatest': Thousands Celebrate Muhammad Ali's Life
Thousands of people gathered today to pay their final respects to Muhammad Ali , as a jovial funeral procession, highlighted by fans who chanted and threw flowers, gave way to a more somber memorial service in Louisville, Kentucky. Ali's memorial service at the KFC Yum! Center started at 3 p.m., an
Valerie Jarrett Reads Statement From President Obama at Muhammad Ali Memorial Service
The president said Ali was "bigger, brighter and more original and influential than just about anyone in his era."
Watch Muhammad Ali's Public Memorial Service Live From Louisville
Muhammad Ali , the late three-time heavyweight champ, is being laid to rest in his hometown of Louisville, Kentucky, today. The iconic boxer, who died June 3 at age 74, will be honored with an interfaith service, according to family representatives. Today's public memorial service follows
President Obama Calls Muhammad Ali 'One of a Kind'
President Obama called Muhammad Ali "one of a kind," remembering the late fighter for supporting him during his political campaigns in a video posted to Facebook today. The video begins in the Oval Office with an empty Resolute desk, until Obama walks into the frame. After speaking off the cuff for
Obama Drinks Flint's Filtered Water During Visit to 'Shine a Spotlight' on Water Crisis
President Obama drank filtered Flint water during a visit to the Michigan city today as he received a first-hand look at the crisis he has said deeply affected him as a parent. “Generally I have not been doing stunts here," the president said as he took a small sip of water sitting in front of him.
11-Year-Old Girl May Be the Reason Harriet Tubman Was Chosen for $20 Bill
An 11-year-old Massachusetts girl may have been the driving force behind the Treasury Department's move to put a woman on the $20 bill. Sofia wrote a letter to President Obama two years ago asking why there were not any women represented on U.S. paper currency, her mother Kim told ABC News today.
White House Engages Liberal Activists in Battle to Fill Scalia's Seat
Several participants confirm to ABC News that the White House held a conference call with liberal activist groups Tuesday to discuss their role in what is expected to be a protracted battle with Republicans as President Obama attempts to fill the Supreme Court seat vacated by late Justice Antonin