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At Least One Dead, 'Multiple Critical Injuries' in NJ Transit Train Crash

At Least One Dead, 'Multiple Critical Injuries' in NJ Transit Train Crash

Pancho Bernasconi/Getty Images(HOBOKEN, N.J.) -- At least one person has died and dozens more have been injured, including "multiple critical injuries" after a NJ Transit commuter train carrying 250 people crashed into Hoboken's historic train station Thursday morning, authorities said.

The crash seriously damaged the Hoboken Terminal building itself, leading to its evacuation and to both NJ Tra...

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Princess Kate, Prince William Teeter on Railroad Bridge Above Icy Waters

Princess Kate, Prince William Teeter on Railroad Bridge Above Icy Waters

Pool/Sam Hussein/WireImage(NEW YORK) -- Prince William and Princess Kate left their staff in a momentary state of panic Wednesday when they slid across a railroad bridge perched high above the icy waters of Canadas Lake Bennett.

William and Kate, both 34, made the impromptu visit to the White Pass steam train in Carcross, Yukon, on the fifth day of their royal tour of Canada after learning that...

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Drug Overdose Deaths Drive Increase in Number of Organ Donations: One Family’s Story of Hope from Despair

Drug Overdose Deaths Drive Increase in Number of Organ Donations: One Family’s Story of Hope from Despair

Courtesy Laurie Clemens(RICHMOND, Va.) Laurie Clemens described her son, Brandon Morris, as an outgoing, all-American boy who loved to play football and go fishing.

"He was always there for me," Clemens said, "a typical mamas boy."

On a spring day in 2015, Morris died after a heroin overdose caused him to stop breathing. Clemens said she was crushed to find her son brain dead in a hospital bed...

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Round Two: Wells Fargo CEO Testifies in Front of Congress for Second Time

Round Two: Wells Fargo CEO Testifies in Front of Congress for Second Time

Xinhua/Bao Dandan via Getty Images(WASHINGTON) Wells Fargo CEO John Stumpf has arrived on Capitol Hill to testify in front of the House Financial Services Committee Thursday.

The bank boss was seen in the chamber preparing more than 30 minutes before the scheduled start of the hearing.

This is a developing story. Our preview of Thursday's hearing is below. Please check back for the latest updat...

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Battleground Breakdown: Where Key States Stand in 2016 Presidential Race

Battleground Breakdown: Where Key States Stand in 2016 Presidential Race

ABC News(WASHINGOTN) -- As the countdown to Election Day continues, the battle for the presidency is picking up steam and nowhere is that more obvious than the battleground states.

ABC News is breaking down the specific issues and ground games that are at play in five key battleground states: Florida, Iowa, Ohio, Nevada and North Carolina. Based on reporting and analysis, ABC News has determine...

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