The University of Alabama says four black women have accepted bids to historically white sororities, something the university's president is calling a first step toward removing barriers in the Greek system on campus. The school has been facing criticism ever since the student newspaper ran an article that said several sororities denied membership to black students, solely because of race. The panel shares examples of segregation in their lives.
A new chapter is just beginning in the Costa Concordia disaster. 32 people died when the ship capsized last last year. The remains of two of those victims have just been found in the wreckage. Now divers will begin the job of recovering them. Journalist Barbie Nadeau has the latest.
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