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
The Latest: Fatal Amtrak train involved 2 train conductors
Two freight train conductors who got out of their train to check out an alert that there was a problem with it died when they walked onto an active track and were struck by a passenger train near Washington's Union Station
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
Thanksgiving Travel: What You Need to Know Before You Leave
The discussion has become almost cliche, but every year travelers complain of the gridlock that is Thanksgiving travel. Stand-still traffic, train delays and long lines at airport security are the tried-and-true excuses for a late arrival at grandma's, so here are a few tips for getting there
Hurricane Matthew Leaves Trail of Devastation With at Least 28 Dead Across 5 Southern States
Hurricane Matthew battered the Southeast coast for four days before weakening and veering out over the Atlantic Ocean Sunday, leaving a trail of devastation with at least 28 dead, over 1 million homes and businesses without power today and billions of dollars in damage. Matthew wreaked havoc in
From Bombings to Explosive-Filled Backpacks: How It Unfolded
A weekend that began with an explosion along the route of a charity run in a New Jersey beach town ended Monday morning with the capture of a man in Linden, New Jersey, who is suspected of being linked to that first bombing and several other incidents involving explosives in the New York City area.