Trump Considering Pardon For Muhammad Ali, Who Doesn't Need OnePresident Donald Trump said Friday he is considering posthumously pardoning boxer Muhammad Ali, who was convicted in 1967 after refusing military service in Vietnam -- even though Ali's attorney called it "unnecessary."
Muhammad Ali: The Greatest In Pictures And WordsMuhammad Ali transcended boxing, and sports, and one need not be a fan of either to adore The Greatest, a cultural king.
Muhammad Ali's Greatest Words Of WisdomMuhammad Ali's cultural impact extended far beyond the boxing ring. With the release of "Muhammad Ali Unfiltered" you can read about all of his greatest moments and triumphs.
Muhammad Ali's Generosity Resonates In Chicago TodayFrom boxing clubs for youth to the founding of a mosque, the boxing legend helped the city where he spent some of his prime years. CBS 2's Dorothy Tucker reports.
Boers: My Appreciation For Muhammad AliPeople who make difficult decisions aren’t ever going to be loved all, but Ali was a man of principle.
How Ali Found Home In Nation Of Islam, His Start As MuslimAs a young boxer, Muhammad Ali searched for a faith to guide him as he confronted the indignities of racial discrimination. What he found was the Nation of Islam, the controversial black Muslims who preached a doctrine of strict separation of the races and described white people as devils.
Muhammad Ali Scripted Funeral Plans In Exacting Detail In 'The Book'Ali always wanted ordinary fans to have the chance to attend his funeral.
Ebony-Jet And Muhammad Ali: The Greatest Of RecollectionsJohnson Publishing in Chicago had a long relationship with the boxing great, who passed away last week at age 74.
Keidel: Was Muhammad Ali Boxing's Greatest?Muhammad Ali, an unparalleled sports icon and hero to many, was not the greatest boxer ever.
Baffoe: You Don't Own Muhammad AliWe never got used to the real Ali, because we to this day have never grown used to that way of thinking.
Chicago Mourns Muhammad AliFan Rodney Johnson says he woke up to the news and felt compelled to visit the champ's old Hyde Park home.
Muhammad Ali, Who Riveted The World As 'The Greatest,' DiesHe was fast of fist and foot — lip, too — a heavyweight champion who promised to shock the world and did. He floated. He stung. Mostly he thrilled, even after the punches had taken their toll and his voice barely rose above a whisper. He was The Greatest.