After train crash, transit regulators targeting sleep apnea
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After train crash, transit regulators targeting sleep apnea

NEW YORK (AP) — Federal regulators are urging railroads across the country to test train operators for obstructive sleep apnea after the engineer in September’s deadly New Jersey commuter train crash was found to have the fatigue-inducing disorder. The Federal Railroad Administration will issue a safety advisory this week stressing the importance of sleep apnea … Continue reading

Donald Trump’s victory sets off protests on both coasts
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Donald Trump’s victory sets off protests on both coasts

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Donald Trump’s presidential victory set off protests early Wednesday on both coasts. From Pennsylvania to California, Oregon and Washington hundreds of people hit the streets to voice their opposition to Trump’s victory over Hillary Clinton. Police said at least 500 people swarmed on streets in and around UCLA, some shouting anti-Trump … Continue reading

Philadelphia commuters hit clogged roads on strike’s Day 4
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Philadelphia commuters hit clogged roads on strike’s Day 4

PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Commuters are hitting clogged roads, jumping on bikes and organizing carpools as the Philadelphia’s transit strike enters Day 4. Transit workers hit the picket lines again Friday morning as no contract agreement was reached overnight. On Thursday, the Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority asked for assurances from the city’s striking transit union that … Continue reading