Thomas Moore's crusade for convictions in the 1964 killings of his 19-year-old brother and a friend the same age helped prompt U. S. Attorney Dunn Lampton of Jackson to pledge to re-investigate the murders.

If John Roberts fits the conservative mold, it could pose significant difficulties for civil rights advocates and organizations like the Center.

Eric Rudolph, the abortion clinic and Olympic Park bomber responsible for four bombings that killed two and injured more than 150 others over a three-year period, was sentenced to life in prison today.

Guilty in the manslaughter of three civil rights activists in 1964, former Klansman Edgar Ray Killen has been sentenced to 60 years in prison.

Former Klansman and sometime preacher Edgar Ray Killen has been found guilty of the 1964 murders of three civil rights workers in Philadelphia, Miss.

Principal says effects of grant still being felt in school.

Jury selection has begun in the trial of former Klansman Edgar Ray Killen, charged with the 1964 murders of three civil rights workers in Philadelphia, Miss.

The 11-year-old daughter of Mexican immigrant Felipa Berrera will leave foster care to live with her father next month, although custody proceedings drag on for the Mixteco-speaking mother.

Three class action lawsuits filed on behalf of migrant agricultural workers in the U.S. seek to fight unfair and abusive labor practices in the forestry industry.

The Center's Teaching Tolerance magazine and parenting column won three Distinguished Achievement Awards on Wednesday night from the Association of Educational Publishers — among the highest honors in the field of educational publishing.