Paul Walker crash not part of street race; Bob Dylan charged in France over Croatia remarks; Josh Brolin and Diane Lane's divorce finalized. (Dec. 3)
At the Penn Museum in Philadelphia, blind and visually impaired students are given a chance to learn about ancient civilizations through the sense of touch. (Dec. 3)
A Philadelphia museum offers special tours for blind visitors, allowing guests to touch exhibits usually off limits. (Dec. 3)
The train that derailed in NYC was traveling 82 mph as it approached a 30 mph zone, according to National Transportation Safety Board member Earl Weener. Four passengers died in Sunday's derailment. (Dec. 2)
Two data recorders found in the wreckage of a deadly commuter train derailment in New York City may offer investigators clues to the train's speed and how its brakes were applied before seven cars and the locomotive skidded off the tracks. ...
Aerial video, filmed using a camera mounted on a drone, shows clashes between police and anti-government protesters outside the Prime Minister's office in Bangkok. (Dec. 2)
Two data recorders retrieved from the NYC commuter train that derailed while rounding a riverside curve, killing four people, may provide information on the speed of the train, how the brakes were applied and the throttle setting, the NTSB ...
New York city residents gathered nearby the commuter train derailment Sunday, to see what happened on the same tracks many of them have traveled in the past. (Dec. 1)
National Transportation Safety Board is on the scene of the New York commuter train derailment, trying to figure out what went wrong Sunday in a crash that left four dead and more than 60 injured. (Dec. 1)
A New York City commuter train rounding a riverside curve derailed Sunday, killing four people and injuring over 60 in a crash that threw passengers from the toppling cars and left a snaking chain of twisted wreckage just inches from the wa...