The captain of the cruise ship that capsized off Tuscany made an unauthorized, unapproved deviation from the ship's programmed course, a "human error" that led to the grounding of the vessel, the chief executive of ship's Italian owner said Monday. At least six people died in the incident.
Those visiting the new memorial in Washington, D.C. will find a quote that reads: "I was a drum major for justice, peace and righteousness." But that's not exactly what the civil rights leader said. The Interior Department has decided to have the quote fixed.
Under Jim Crow laws, black Americans were relegated to a subordinate status for decades. Things like literacy tests for voters and laws designed to prevent blacks from serving on juries were commonplace in nearly a dozen Southern states.