Nelson Mandela's struggle against South African apartheid inspired millions. And his great call for justice and equality continues to resonate around the world, as new generations of young people pursue the ideals he embraced.
At Nelson Madela's Memorial in Johannesburg, President Obama paid tribute to a hero and a leader -- and spoke about the path that's still ahead.
President Obama has ended more than a year of deliberation by saying that he thinks that gay and lesbian couples should be able to marry. His move delights backers but is risky politics six months before the election. (May 9)
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President Obama was asked about gay marriage at a fundraiser in New York. Michael Shure and Jayar Jackson discuss.
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