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Casualties and destruction after Hoboken crash
A speeding commuter train that plowed into a New Jersey station during morning rush hour Thursday, killing one person and injuring 114, has caused major destruction at the transport hub and gateway to Manhattan.
Jose Fernandez remembered as larger than life at funeral
Despite all his accomplishments, Jose Fernandez never pitched a complete game, and on Thursday he was carried out of church in a casket with too much unfinished business.
Clinton and Trump barnstorm Iowa as early voting begins
Hillary Clinton campaigned Thursday in Iowa as early voting began in the pivotal swing state, seeking to pry it away from Republican Donald Trump and spur turnout that could ultimately decide the presidency.
Defense secretary: US will sharpen 'military edge' in Asia
Defense Secretary Ash Carter said Thursday the U.S. will "sharpen our military edge" in Asia and the Pacific in order to remain a dominant power in a region feeling the effects of China's rising military might.
New Jersey train crash leaves over 100 people injured, three dead
A packed commuter train crashed into a station in New Jersey during the morning rush hour Thursday, officials said, killing three with more than 100 reportedly injured.
Teen gunman kills father then attacks school
A teenage gunman, who injured three people at a South Carolina elementary school before being arrested, carried out the attack after killing his father, local officials said Wednesday.
Congress rejects Obama veto of Saudi 9/11 bill
The U.S. Congress voted overwhelmingly Wednesday to override Barack Obama's veto of a bill allowing 9/11 victims to sue Saudi Arabia, the first such rebuke during his eight-year presidency.
US to send 600 more troops to Iraq for Mosul offensive
The United States will send about 600 extra troops to Iraq to train local forces for an offensive on the Islamic State group stronghold of Mosul, Defense Secretary Ashton Carter said Wednesday.
Congress overrides Obama's veto of Sept. 11 bil
Congress has rejected a veto by President Barack Obama for the first time since he became president.
Across US, police abuse confidential databases
Police officers across the country misuse confidential law enforcement databases to get information on romantic partners, business associates, neighbors, journalists and others for reasons that have nothing to do with daily police work, an Associated Press investigation has found.
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