We used the wrong term in our lead headline this morning. We characterized the jury award in a priest abuse case as a "Settlement". That's the wrong word. A settlement implies a voluntary agreement. This was not a voluntary agreement. It was an award a jury made after listening to testimony. My process is to discuss this with our headline writers and request a correction on the headline. I received one phone call on this today. I spotted the error when I picked up the newspaper at home this morning. Typically our headlines are written far into the evening by our night desk after reading stories and after our design staff has indicated what the headline specifications are for a story.