What to see and what to skip in Los Angeles
The City of Angels is getting all dolled up over the next decade -- the Summer Olympics are coming to L.A. in 2028! For value seekers, though, the time to visit is now, thanks to more places to stay -- 9,000 new hotel rooms by the end of 2018 -- and more ways to fly here -- 10 new domestic routes
'Summer of hell' begins at nation's busiest train station
Monday marks the beginning of what New York's Gov. Andrew Cuomo says will be a "summer of hell" at the largest train station in the country. Between today and the beginning of September, Amtrak will carry out major repairs on tracks and signals at Penn Station in New York City. Amtrak decided
A cyclist captures his 'hit and run' accident on a helmet camera
Back now with our "Index." And the harrowing hit and run for cyclists on a ride in Tennessee. It was all captured on helmet camera. First, a car goes around the cyclists. But a second car slams into that rider on the left, knocking him to the ground. That black volvo taking off. The cyclist
NJ Transit train derails at NYC's Penn Station
And the latest derailment in New York city's Penn Station is not only affecting trains in and out of New York City overnight. But it's also slowing or stopping service for Amtrak's entire northeast corridor. Many of the problem serve results of overdue maintenance at the station which is owned by
2 struck and killed by Amtrak train outside Washington, DC
Authorities are investigating after two railroad employees were killed on Tuesday night after being struck by an Amtrak train as it approached Union Station in Washington, D.C. The victims were employees of CSX Transportation, the railroad company confirmed. They have not yet been identified. Both
Deadly floods slam the Midwest
From Missouri to Northern California, rising waters have flooded streets, leaving residents stranded and hundreds of homes damaged.
Stampede at Penn Station during Easter weekend
The sound of a taser caused hysteria during one of the most crowded times due to holiday travel and major train delays.
Winter storm causes dangerous driving conditions
ABC News' Josh Haskell is on the road in New York, where the streets are nearly empty.
Winter storm to wreak havoc on Northeast travel
A major winter storm is bearing down on the Northeast and promises to shut down transportation throughout the region on Tuesday. Washington, D.C ., will be the first city hit by the snowstorm, and residents can expect 4 to 6 inches, forecasters say. Philadelphia could see nearly 10 inches, while