A half-century after MLK's death is Baltimore less segregated? Yes and no.

Women's role in Egypt protests

Teenage girls, dignified matrons and white-haired grandmothers have trekked daily to Cairo's Tahrir Square, swelling the crowd at a time when numbers were a crucial gauge of opposition power.
Carolyn Cole / Los Angeles Times
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