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Hurricane Sandy is churning off the East Coast and is expected to join up with two other weather systems to create a huge and problematic storm affecting 50 million people.
Obama, Aretha Franklin, Nikki Giovanni and more pay homage.
The official dedication of the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial has been rescheduled for Sunday and organizers have re-stacked the lineup of events and stars present to draw the crowds once expected for the original September date.
Demonstrators marched from the Washington Monument to the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial to show their disapproval of the high unemployment rates.
Mike Huggins hopes that African-American teens will be inspired by the ceremony.
Oct. 16 is also the anniversary of the Million Man March which may put Obama in an awkward position.
The African-American jobless rate climbed from 15.9 percent to 16.7 percent in August. The overall unemployment rate held steady at 9.1 percent.
Obama is planning continued pressure on Congress to create jobs, starting with passage of a transportation bill that could save up to a million jobs.
Residents on the east coast of the U.S. carefully begin to clean the damage and return to normalcy as Hurricane Irene moves on.