Bring That Week Back: First Black Receives Boys Scouts’ Highest Rank

Plus, suspect in FAMU hazing case to enter guilty plea.

First African-American Receives Boys Scouts? Highest Rank - Darien Jones has made history as the first African-American Boy Scout to receive the Eagle Scout rank in the organization?s 83-year history. The high school senior of Millsboro, Delaware, plans to attend Morehouse College in the fall.   (Photos: Courtesy of Boy Scouts of America)

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First African-American Receives Boys Scouts’ Highest Rank - Darien Jones has made history as the first African-American Boy Scout to receive the Eagle Scout rank in the organization’s 83-year history. The high school senior of Millsboro, Delaware, plans to attend Morehouse College in the fall.  (Photos: Courtesy of Boy Scouts of America)

Investigators Continue Search for Suspect in Boston Marathon Bombings - Authorities are getting closer to identifying a suspect in the tragic bombings that killed three people and injured more than 170 others during Monday's Boston Marathon. According to reports, surveillance video from a department store captured a man dropping off a bag on the marathon route, although no arrests have been made. (Photo: AP Photo/Winslow Townson)

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Boston Marathon Bombings Kill Three People - Three people were killed after two explosions at the Boston Marathon on Monday. More than 100 people have been wounded. Investigators are still looking for a suspect in the incident.(Photo: AP Photo/Winslow Townson)

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Suspect in FAMU Hazing Case to Enter Guilty Plea - Caleb Jackson, a third defendant charged for the hazing death of FAMU’s Robert Champion in November 2011, is pleading guilty to manslaughter. Twelve former students have also been charged with manslaughter.(Photo: Courtesy Leon County Jail)

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Fired Cop Defends Trayvon Martin "Shooting" Targets - Sgt. Ron King of Florida says his intentions were to use the shooting targets as examples of "no-shoot" situations. The Trayvon Martin targets were shaped as hoodies that "held" a bag of skittles and an Arizona iced tea, the items the 17-year-old was carrying the night he was killed by George Zimmerman. (Photo: Courtesy Facebook/ Trayvon Martin Family)

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Trayvon's Parents React Strongly to Letter From Zimmerman's Mother - On the anniversary of George Zimmerman’s arrest in the killing of Trayvon Martin, his mother posted a letter saying that the justice system wasn’t fair to her son. Benjamin Crump, Trayvon’s family lawyer, responded saying, “for the Zimmerman family to allege that the justice system doesn’t work simply because they are unhappy their son was arrested” is “disingenuous” and “disrespectful.”  (Photo: REUTERS/Mike Segar)

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Two Black Men Sue U.S. Airways for Racial Discrimination - Brothers Miles and MacCraig Warren were told to change their “hoodies and jeans” attire before boarding first-class – which they did – only to find a Caucasian and Filipino man in first-class wearing jeans and hoodies. The Warrens were flying with buddy passes, for which the airline has a dress code policy. This policy may have made U.S. Airways’ request to the Warrens legal.(Photo: Today Show via NBC)

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Michelle Obama's Speaks on Gun Violence - First Lady Michelle Obama gave a teary-eyed speech on gun violence in her hometown of Chicago last week. She spoke on her connection to Hadiya Pendleton’s life and the urgent need to enact more sensible gun laws in the country. (Photo: Scott Olson/Getty Images)

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Ben Carson Withdraws as Commencement Speaker - Ben Carson stepped down as commencement speaker for Johns Hopkins University's School of Medicine after his offensive remarks on marriage equality drew outrage from students.  (Photo: Bryan Bedder/Getty Images for The Jackie Robinson Foundation)

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New Ad Campaign Pushes Constitutional Right to Vote - The Advancement Project launched a new television ad campaign that is pushing for a new amendment in the U.S. Constitution that will “explicitly” guarantee citizens the right to vote. The campaign is in response to the 2012 election, where many voters faced rules at the polls in several states that made it difficult for them to vote. (Photo: Video still Courtesy The Advancement Project)

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Survivor of Alabama Church Bombings Wants Millions - Sarah Collins Rudolph lost an eye in the Birmingham, Alabama, church bombings that killed four little girls 50 years ago. As the lone survivor, she wants millions in compensation for her injuries and the life-long pain and suffering she's endured since the horrible tragedy.(Photo: AP Photo/Jay Reeves)