No injuries were reported after nine railcars from a Norfolk Southern freight train derailed in Pennsylvania, with no hazardous chemicals on board, fire department and company officials said.
Several others were injured by the explosion at the R.M. Palmer Co. plant in West Reading, officials said. The cause of the blast about 60 miles northwest of Philadelphia remains under investigation.
A Pennsylvania man is charged with possessing an explosive in an airport and possessing or attempting to place an explosive or incendiary device on an aircraft, according to a criminal complaint.
Born, a candy company executive known as the "Father of Peeps" for mechanizing the process to make marshmallow chicks, has died. He was 98.
The authorities arrested a suspect, 28-year-old Bryan Christopher Kohberger, on Friday.
Santonastasso Enterprises broke the law when more than a 100 teens were asked to work too many hours or too many late shifts, according to the Department of Labor.
The seat, which flips from Republican to Democrat, was vacated by retiring GOP Sen. Pat Toomey.
Just like with any voting bloc, there's still a vast array of diverging opinions, ideologies and issues that are important among Black voters in races.
Morning Edition spoke to more than 40 voters in two key districts in Ohio and Pennsylvania and found many aren't necessarily approaching issues as their parties would prefer. Here are four takeaways.
State officials are calling on residents to get involved and kill these bugs at all costs. The spotted lanternfly isn't dangerous to humans or pets but could cost the country's agricultural industry.
Oz led McCormick by less than 1,000 votes as state officials conducted a recount after the May 17 primary.
The 5-4 decision of Planned Parenthood v. Casey upheld Roe in 1992 but paved the way for more restrictions on abortion access.
Officials said 10 people suffered minor injuries and at least three were taken to the hospital after the collapse, which appears to have involved several vehicles and a Port Authority bus.
The prosecutors who brought Cosby to a conviction in 2018 — and then saw him freed earlier this year — are asking the Supreme Court to throw out a state court's ruling.