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Following a recent pair of fatal bus crashes, the government is examining bus safety. CNN's Rene Marsh reports.
CNN's Tom Foreman explains what the setup of the Carnival cruise ship Triumph looks like.
A passenger aboard the stranded Carnival cruise ship Triumph describes the conditions on board.
It's not every day a truck drives through a tumbleweed storm. Lisa Sylvester reports on this movie-like scene in Texas.
CNN's Rene Marsh reports on why the Transportation Department is proposing minimum sound requirements for electric cars.
Different day. Different problem. CNN's Sandra Endo reports on the latest 787 Dreamliner issue.
CNN's Sandra Endo has the details behind a viral photo of a man who was duct-taped to his airplane seat.
Police say they arrested a Massachusetts ER doctor after she crashed her car and failed two sobriety tests.
Metro Transit Authority chairman Joe Lhota updates Wolf Blitzer on the status of New York's subway systems and tunnels.
RELATED POST: Limited subway service resuming in New York Thursday
Getting around New York City has been a nightmare. Starting Wednesday evening, from 6 p.m. to midnight, cars crossing New York's East River bridges must have a minimum of three people inside. Buses are running but many are packed, and limited subway service returns tomorrow.
Joe Lhota, Chairman of New York's Metropolitican Transit Authority, joins Wolf Blitzer in the 4 p.m. ET hour on CNN to give an update on the latest developments.
Visit CNN's Impact Your World page for the ways to help those affected by superstorm Sandy.
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