10 things to know for Monday, Dec. 2: Officials probe deadly train derailment
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
Investigators looking into the Metro-North wreck will examine factors ranging from excessive speed to mechanical problems.
The online portal will face a new test on Dec. 23 when consumers rush to meet deadline for Jan. 1 coverage.
Despite rising numbers of people who went to stores this weekend, shoppers spent almost 3% less than last year.
Violence continues in Bangkok as government leader rejects demonstrators’ demands.
The black athlete’s gold trophy from the Berlin Olympics, up for auction this week, recalls American segregation and Nazi propaganda about Aryan supremacism.
Faced with an economic crisis, Hugo Chavez’s successor is unable to be as generous with foreign aid.
You would shell out over $114,000 to buy all 364 items in the traditional holiday carol — 6.9% more than last year.
Mass ceremonies in Waikiki are among the planned nuptials on the first day gays could get married in Hawaii.
Investigators say speed was a factor in the death of ‘Fast & Furious’ star Paul Walker, killed in a fiery one-car crash in L.A.
Auburn jumps to the third slot in the college football rankings after the Tigers upset Alabama; Florida State claims the top spot, Ohio State takes second.