The operator of a Chicago commuter train that crashed at O'Hare International Airport acknowledged she dozed off before the accident and had also done so last month when she overshot a station platform, a federal investigator said Wednesday.
The Transportation Security Administration recommended Wednesday that armed law enforcement officers be posted at airport security checkpoints and ticket counters during peak hours after a review of last year's fatal shooting at Los Angeles International Airport.
The WTO found the export taxes, quotas and bureaucratic delays Beijing imposes on overseas sales or rare-earth elements and other metals artificially raise prices and create shortages for foreign buyers.
The morning after the morning after, the laws of gravity start to apply themselves; things often don’t look as good or as bad as you thought, writes syndicated columnist Thomas L. Friedman about Vladimir Putin’s annexation of Crimea.
Mayor Rob Ford said during the first televised debate of Toronto's election campaign that people are no longer interested in the drug scandal surrounding him after the front-runners seeking to replace him said he has embarrassed the city and ruined its reputation.
The House and Senate worked Wednesday to quickly resolve their differences and send the White House a bill to sanction Russia and aid Ukraine to show U.S. displeasure with President Vladimir Putin's military incursion into Crimea.