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Investigators say the driver and the train's speed regulation systems could have contributed to the disaster that killed 80.
Morsi was detained for 15 days on charges of collaborating with Hamas while mass rallies were planned across the country.
Francis, elected on a mandate to reform the church, has visited one of Rio's most violent slums and cast off his security detail to get close to his flock.
Another hearing is set today for Ariel Castro, charged with holding three women in his home for years, beating and raping them.
The AP's Christina Rexrode writes the insider-trading indictment of SAC Capital Advisers is the latest blow to an industry once seen as an easy path to fortune.
Survivor Stephen Ward says a screen in front of him signaled the train was going 121 mph shortly before it crashed.
After the Supreme Court weakened the landmark civic rights legislation, the White House promised legal action in Texas and other states passing stricter laws.
Halliburton Energy Services provided cement to the drilling rig that exploded in 2010, spilling millions of gallons of oil.
He says he exchanged racy messages with up to 10 women, including up to three after he resigned from Congress.
Juror B29 told ABC News she favored convicting him in Trayvon Martin's killing, but said there wasn't enough evidence under Florida law.