A national leader on the level of Martin Luther King Jr. was arrested on this day in history; but other than a Peter Gabriel song, you might not have ever heard of him. The HAN Network’s Donald Eng takes a look back at that arrest and what it meant, along with other historic notes about Aug. 18.
Also today in history: The first English child was born in the New World as Virgina Dare was welcomed into the Colony of Roanoke. Her grandfather was the colony's Governor John White. Three years later, White would return to Roanoke to find his settlement deserted.