- Making News: UN Security Council Members Meet on Iran
Republican Senator John McCain is among American leaders saying that military action against Iran should not be ruled out, in the aftermath of Iran's defiant resumption of research that could lead to development of a nuclear weapon. In London today, officials from Britain, France, Germany and the US pressed Russia and China to see the matter referred to the UN Security Council. Anton La Guardia is Diplomatic Editor of London's Daily Telegraph.
- Reporter's Notebook: The Controversial Legacy of Martin Luther King
Almost 30 years after his death, Martin Luther King Day is one of America's least observed holidays, perhaps because there is still controversy over his legacy and how his ideas should be applied. Congressman John Conyers, who helped create the holiday, is "pleased that it hasn't deteriorated into another bargain day at the mall." We get perspective from long-time civil rights activists Joe Hicks and Earl Ofari Hutchinson.
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