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FrameworkEach week we bring you the very best in visual journalism. The 113th U.S. Open at is underway at Merion Golf Club in Pennsylvania. The par 70 course is shoowing some teeth with very few players under par. Former CIA employee Edward Snowden revealed...
FrameworkIn Thursday's Pictures in the News: — A Los Angeles County sheriff's investigator examines a bus that was struck by a tow truck that authorities said ran a red light Wednesday morning at Broadway and 5th Street in downtown L.A., killing the bus...
NEW YORK — Danny Brucker, an oval-shaped man wearing black horn-rimmed glasses and a harried look, stared at the students circling him. "If you thought you were going to get a tour of Grand Central Station, you were WRONG!" he screeched in a voice...
The Hartford CourantA 52-year-old Metro-North track worker died after being struck by a train Tuesday. Track foreman Robert Luden, of East Haven, was a 27-year Metro-North veteran, said Marjorie Anders, Metropolitan Transportation Authority spokeswoman. The accident...
The Hartford CourantAn inspection two days before a train derailed on Metro-North's New Haven line last month found an issue with the track that was not deemed serious enough to require immediate attention, a Metro-North spokesperson said. A preliminary report released...
On the eve of an international wrestling meet at the Sports Arena, American officials remain at a loss to explain why the Iranian team — making its first visit to the U.S. since 2003 — has unexpectedly withdrawn and flown home. Los Angeles...
Regarding "On Path Out Of Slavery: Tracing the Steps Of Conductor Of The Underground Railroad" [May 19, Living], celebrating Harriet Tubman of Maryland: Let us not forget that in Farmington was an important station on that "railroad," with the town...
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The Hartford CourantA Mystic woman injured in last week's train crash in Bridgeport filed suit Friday against the Metro-North Railroad. The federal lawsuit filed by Elizabeth and Peter Sorensen states that the railroad company's negligence caused the crash. The lawsuit,...
NEW YORK — The conductor of a train involved in a derailment and crash outside New York City last week noticed an "unusual condition" on the track before the cars went off the rails, and the area where the wreck occurred had recently undergone...
Even as they were distracted by an Iranian team’s hasty departure from the United States, wrestling’s leaders got some good news a day before the international wrestling federation (FILA) has an extraordinary congress that needs to embody...
The Hartford CourantMetro-North and Amtrak said their trains will run normal weekday schedules on Wednesday morning, for the first time since a Metro-North train derailed near the Fairfield border on Friday and crashed into a train on the adjacent track. Regular service...
On Friday evening at rush hour, two Metro-North railroad trains, one heading east out of Grand Central Terminal in New York City, the other heading west out of New Haven toward the Big Apple, approached each other on parallel tracks near Bridgeport. In...
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