Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., American civil rights leader, receives the Nobel Peace Prize from the hands of Gunnar Jahn, Chairman of the Nobel Committee, in Oslo, Norway, Dec. 10, 1964. The 35-year-old Reverend King, the youngest man ever to receive the prize, is the 12th American and the third Black to be given the honor. (AP Photo)

Photos: Martin Luther King Jr.

Photos from MLK Jr.’s life as an activist and leader of the Civil Rights Movement, including photos from his Nobel Peace Prize, bus boycotts…

Barack Obama, Joe Biden, John Boehner

President to deliver State of the Union

WASHINGTON (WLFI) — President Barack Obama gears up to deliver his State of The Union address before a joint session of Congress Tuesday.