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PHILADELPHIA (AP) — The lawyer for the engineer who was at the controls when an Amtrak train crashed in Philadelphia says his client has no recollection of the crash that killed at least seven people. Attorney Robert Goggin told ABC's "Good Morning America" that Brandon Bostian (BAH'-stee-un) remembers attempting to reduce speed as the train entered a curve before he was knocked out. The lawyer says Bostian told him the last thing he recalls is coming to, looking for his bag, retrieving his cellphone and calling 911 for help.
PHILADELPHIA (AP) — A Philadephia hospital official says 16 victims of the Amtrak derailment remain at Temple University Hospital, and all are expected to recover. Temple's chief medical officer says eight of the patients remain in critical condition and more surgeries are planned. He says the patients are being treated for severe rib injuries. They are among more than 200 people injured in the Tuesday night derailment.
MADISON, Wis. (AP) — Democrat Russ Feingold has decided to run for his old Senate seat in Wisconsin against Republican Ron Johnson, who defeated him in 2010. The Associated Press obtained Feingold's announcement today before it was to be sent in a video message to supporters. Feingold served three terms in the Senate between 1993 and 2011. Johnson has said he is seeking a second term. The race is expected to be a priority for Democrats as they attempt to win back majority control of the Senate.
JACKSON, Miss. (AP) — A fifth person has been arrested in connection with the fatal shooting of two Mississippi police officers last weekend. The Mississippi Department of Public Safety says Abram Franklin was arrested last night and charged with obstruction of justice after he was questioned by Mississippi Bureau of Investigation agents. Officials didn't give details but said investigators don't believe Franklin was present for the shootings of Hattiesburg officers Benjamin Deen and Liquori Tate.
NEW YORK (AP) — Stocks are rising in early trading on Wall Street, snapping a three-day losing streak. The Dow Jones industrial average has been up more than 100 points. Technology and materials companies are showing the biggest gains.
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