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Introducing new technology to older generations can be frustrating, but help is available. NBC's Mark Barger reports.
A student at Dixon High School in California hacked the school's electronic gradebook and changed the grades of more than 30 students.
A longtime friend of Brandon Bostian, the engineer of the Amtrak train that crashed, said he's never met anyone who loves trains more than Bostian.
The parents who have identified their son as the pilot of a Marine helicopter that crashed in Nepal say they're holding on to hope he might be alive.
Family of man shot to death by Charlotte police officer while seeking help following a traffic accident will receive $2.5 million. WCNC's Rad Berky reports.
Seven kids who recently became one family are bicycling across New York state to promote adoption. WNYT's Kumi Tucker reports.
An assistant conductor told investigators she recalls a conversation between the engineer and another engineer about an object striking the train.
One expert explains why where you choose to sit on a train can affect your odds of survival in the event of a crash.
Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker said he hopes the death penalty sentence for Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev will bring closure.
The death sentence handed down to convicted Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev prompted strong reactions Friday, from praise to relief.
Amtrak's CEO said Thursday that the railroad is safe, and getting safer, in an effort to quell commuters' concerns after one of their trains derailed.
The jury considering Tsarnaev's fate will decide any day now whether he will be executed or not. They can arrive at their decision in a number of ways.
The House passed the National Defense Authorization Act on Friday, a bill that authorizes $612 billion in government funding for defense programs.