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The Latest: Train engineer identified as 29-year employee

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HOBOKEN, N.J. (AP) — The Latest on a commuter train that crashed into a station in New Jersey, killing one person and injuring more than 100... Full Story

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  • The Latest: Train engineer identified as 29-year employee
    The Latest: Train engineer identified as 29-year employee

    HOBOKEN, N.J. (AP) — The Latest on a commuter train that crashed into a station in New Jersey, killing one person and injuring more than 100 others (all times local):

  • 1 dead, over 100 hurt in train crash at New Jersey station
    1 dead, over 100 hurt in train crash at New Jersey station

    HOBOKEN, N.J. (AP) — A rush hour commuter train crashed through a barrier at the busy Hoboken station and lurched across the waiting area Thursday morning, killing one person and injuring more than 100 others in a grisly wreck that renewed questions about whether long-delayed automated safety technlogy could have prevented tragedy.

  • More than another call: Chief talks about school shooting
    More than another call: Chief talks about school shooting

    TOWNVILLE, S.C. (AP) — When two volunteer firefighters rolled up to an elementary school shooting, they said they found only a wrecked black pickup truck at the playground. There was no gunman, and no one inside the truck.

  • US twice tried to deport man killed by police in California
    US twice tried to deport man killed by police in California

    SAN DIEGO (AP) — U.S. authorities twice tried to deport a black man who was fatally shot by police in a San Diego suburb this week but his native Uganda refused to take him.

  • Why is Chicago a murder capital? Clues from a bloody month
    Why is Chicago a murder capital? Clues from a bloody month

    CHICAGO (AP) — Fourteen-year-old Malik Causey loved the way gangs took what they wanted from people on the street, the way members fought for each other, the way they could turn drugs into cash and cash into $400 jeans.

  • White House lashes out at Congress after 9/11 bill vote
    White House lashes out at Congress after 9/11 bill vote

    WASHINGTON (AP) — The White House lashed out at Congress on Thursday, a day after Republicans and Democrats overwhelmingly overrode President Barack Obama's veto of a bill to allow families of the 9/11 victims to sue Saudi Arabia. The White House turned to mockery as top GOP leaders expressed buyers remorse and vowed to fix the bill.

  • Mother of slain California black man wants peaceful protests
    Mother of slain California black man wants peaceful protests

    EL CAJON, Calif. (AP) — The mother of an unarmed black man shot to death in a confrontation with police in a San Diego suburb this week called for peaceful protests Thursday and said her son did not deserve to die.

  • Officer's lawyer: Jury should hear about auditory exclusion
    Officer's lawyer: Jury should hear about auditory exclusion

    OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — A lawyer for a white Oklahoma police officer charged in an unarmed black man's death says she was so hyper-focused on the situation that she didn't hear other officers arrive on the scene or even the deadly gunshot she fired from her handgun.

  • Scientists: World likely won't avoid dangerous warming mark
    Scientists: World likely won't avoid dangerous warming mark

    WASHINGTON (AP) — A team of top scientists is telling world leaders to stop congratulating themselves on the Paris agreement to fight climate change because if more isn't done, global temperatures will likely hit dangerous warming levels in about 35 years.

  • Yosemite chief, facing staff claims of harassment, to retire

    FRESNO, Calif. (AP) — The head of Yosemite National Park will retire after employees complained that he created a hostile workplace by allowing bullying, harassment and other misconduct — allegations that have been made in other national parks, officials said Thursday.

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