End of the Line: Investigators are trying to determine the cause of the train crash in a Hoboken, NJ, terminal yesterday morning that left one person dead and sent at least 90 to the hospital, some with serious injuries.
The American Way: President Obama suffered the first veto override of his presidency yesterday. Both houses of Congress overwhelmingly voted in favor of a law that would allow 9/11 survivors to sue Saudi Arabia for damages over any complicity the country may have had in the terrorist plot.
The one fatality was a 34-year-old Hoboken woman killed by falling debris.
At 8:45 am, the commuter train “barreled through safety barriers and bumpers, then slammed into the platform before coming to a stop just short of the waiting area.” The front train car was crumpled and parts of the terminal structure came down on top of it.Read more
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Wednesday, September 28, 2016
Weighty Issues: Donald Trump spent his day yesterday blaming the microphone, the moderator, and the questions after taking a thumping from Hillary Clinton in the first of three presidential debates. About 82 million people watched the debate, making it the …Read more
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It's Been Said
"Clinton and her campaign’s penchant for secrecy and evasiveness are contributing to a race that is far more competitive than it should be. Being the lesser of two evils with Donald Trump as the alternative is a low bar. Hillary Clinton is not clearing it with ease."
Charlie Cook, The Cook Political Report