TSA tests technology to prevent suicide bombings in mass transit areas
The technology has been used at the Super Bowl and when the pope visited New York City, but never by transit systems.
ABC News' Aaron Katersky explains the systems that could become widely used to thwart would-be suicide bombers.
Law enforcement will be protecting the more than a million people expected to attend the event.
New York City police plan to screen people going into restaurants and hotels in Times Square in a first as authorities adapt their security operations in response to recent mass attacks.
We are learning more tonight about the horror playing out for Americans on that speeding train in Washington state. A new, faster route on its first day being used, derailing on a bend in the track. Heavy equipment lifting the trains off the track. We do have new images of the damage inside the
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
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
From Missouri to Northern California, rising waters have flooded streets, leaving residents stranded and hundreds of homes damaged.
The sound of a taser caused hysteria during one of the most crowded times due to holiday travel and major train delays.
ABC News' Josh Haskell is on the road in New York, where the streets are nearly empty.