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Pope Francis Arrives in Rome, Ending Historic US Trip
Pope Francis left Philadelphia Sunday and arrived in Rome, bringing his historic trip to the U.S. to a close. With my heartfelt thanks. May the love of Christ always guide the American people! #GodBlessAmerica — Pope Francis (@Pontifex) September 28, 2015 ] /> The pope's airport send-off included
Drone Puts White House on Lock Down; Spike Lee Defends "Chiraq"; Johnny Depp Told to Fly Dogs Out of Australia
White House locked down because of drone; Spike Lee defends his controversial movie "Chiraq"; Johnny Depp told to fly dogs out ofAustralia or risk their euthanization
GoStream: Update on Deadly Amtrak Derailment
Josh Haskell with ABC's those street in Philadelphia. At the scene of that terrible. Train crash which happened. About forty hours ago we just learned that they are now eight people. Died in that train crash this morning. Philadelphia fire department went in and AM covered. A body underneath that.
Amtrak Crash: Company Says Maryland Father Died in Train Derailment
A 45 year-old Maryland resident and father of two is among the eight dead from Tuesday's Amtrak derailment, his employer confirmed today. Bob Gildersleeve, Jr. had dropped his son off at lacrosse practice before his wife drove him to the train station that evening to take Amtrak Train 188 for a
Philadelphia Amtrak Crash: Investigation Looking at Train's Engineer and High Speed
ABC News' Karen Travers and Aaron Katersky report from Philadelphia on the investigation into what caused the deadly Amtrak derailment.
Amtrak Derailment: Last 2 Crash Victims Identified
The family of the last victim to be identified in the Amtrak crash in Philadelphia has confirmed that she died in the crash. Laura Finamore, 47 worked in corporate real estate for Cushman & Wakefield and she is listed on the company's website as working out of its New York office. She was the last
Philadelphia Amtrak Crash: Crews Start Repairing Damaged Power Lines and Tracks
ABC News' Paula Faris anchors a special report from Philadelphia, including an exclusive interview with Robert Goggin, the attorney for the Amtrak engineer involved in the deadly crash.
Amtrak Engineer 'Distraught' After Derailment
The attorney of Brandon Bostian tells George Stephanopoulos his client does not remember the crash.
Amtrak Engineer of Derailed Train, Brandon Bostian, Can't Remember Crash
Brandon Bostian, the engineer driving the Amtrak train that derailed in Philadelphia Tuesday night, has no recollection of the crash itself, his attorney told ABC News. The attorney for Bostian, 32, a Queens, New York, resident, confirmed his identity to ABC News, and added that Bostian voluntarily
Amtrak Train Was Traveling at Twice the Speed Limit When It Derailed, NTSB Says
An Amtrak train that derailed in Philadelphia on Tuesday night, killing at least seven people, was traveling an estimated 106 mph before it crashed, officials said today. The speed limit in the section of track where the accident took place is 50 mph, according to the Federal Railroad