The federal jury of seven women and five men began deliberating late Wednesday after listening to powerful closing statements from prosecutors and Tsarnaev’s lawyers.
Sumwalt said the engineer applied the emergency brakes moments before the crash but slowed the train to only 102 mph by the time the locomotive’s black box stopped recording data.
The conclusion is based on analysis of surveillance video of the train as it approached a curve where the speed limit is only 50 mph.
A Massachusetts police department is urging everyone not to chase bears through the woods with a dull hatchet, especially if you’ve been drinking.
The incident took place at a Florida Dunkin’ Donuts and prompted outrage after a photo was posted on Facebook.
The engineer at the controls of an Amtrak train that hurtled off the tracks while rounding a sharp curve refused to talk to police Wednesday as the death toll climbed to seven.
Millennials are known for being dependent on their phones for just about everything — except when it comes to talking on the phone.
The Barack Obama Foundation announced early Tuesday that the library would be erected on park land that was proposed for the site by the University of Chicago.
The self-driving cars that Google Inc. has been testing on California’s roads and highways were involved in 11 minor accidents over the past six years, according to the tech giant.
Multiple news outlets report Sierra McCurdy, who worked at a Subway in Laurel, wrote “GOT EM” in reference to the Hattiesburg officers on a post accompanied by emojis of a handgun over a photo of herself.
The acquisition gives Verizon an entryway into the increasingly competitive online video space. The New York company is the country’s largest wireless carrier as well as an Internet and TV provider.
The bid was long considered a front-runner, and people with direct knowledge of the decision told the Associated Press nearly two weeks ago that it was the winner