|Two freight trains collide in Missouri, bringing down overpass|
ST. LOUIS (Reuters) - Two freight trains collided at a rail intersection in rural Missouri on Saturday, triggering the collapse of a highway overpass when at least a dozen rail cars derailed and struck a support pillar, authorities said.
|Newark archdiocese official resigns following priest's arrest|
NEWARK, New Jersey (Reuters) - A leading official from the Catholic archdiocese of Newark has resigned his post as vicar general following the arrest of a priest accused of violating a deal that barred him from interacting with children, the archdiocese said on Saturday.
|One driver killed as heavy rains flood streets in San Antonio|
SAN ANTONIO (Reuters) - A woman died when her car was washed off a bridge on Saturday as drenching rains in Texas spawned flood waters so powerful they swept a city bus off the street, San Antonio officials said.
|As border tightens, some U.S.-Mexico neighbors reach across the fence|
NACO, Mexico (Reuters) - Mexican activist Maria Elena Borquez takes up a paintbrush and daubs a bright splotch of color on the rusted steel fence separating the small Mexican town of Naco from a neighboring town in the United States.
|Sexual assault is a 'scourge' on U.S. military: Hagel|
(Reuters) - Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel called sexual assault a "scourge" on Saturday as he addressed graduates of the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, where a sergeant stands accused of videotaping female cadets in the showers.
|150 years after Gettysburg, drummer to recreate reunion march|
PITTSBURGH (Reuters) - Fifty years after the Battle of Gettysburg, the bloodiest of the U.S. Civil War, a survivor of that fight marched 200 miles from Pittsburgh to the site of the battle for a reunion attended by both Union and Confederate veterans.
|What Detroit crisis? Pension fund trustees hang out in Hawaii|
|Judge rules against 'America's toughest sheriff' in racial profiling lawsuit|
|Truck crash caused Washington state bridge collapse: officials|
|Federal agency accepts Nevada hospital's plan to curb patient-dumping|