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Judge questions charges as jury gets Amtrak engineer’s case in Philadelphia

The on-again, off-again case against engineer Brandon Bostian, 38, will go to jury deliberations Friday morning.

By Maryclaire Dale/The Associated Press

Prosecution rests in trial of Amtrak engineer charged over deadly 2015 derailment

The prosecution rests in the trail of the Amtrak engineer charged in the fatal train crash on May 12, 2015.

By Laura Benshoff/WHYY

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Criminal trial begins this week for Amtrak engineer in fatal 2015 train crash

The trial begins this week for Amtrak engineer in fatal 2015 train crash.

By Katie Meyer/WHYY

New train station opens in Middletown along Amtrak’s Keystone line

The new Middletown station is designed to serve is designed to serve residents, students at Penn State Harrisburg less than a mile away, and those traveling through Harrisburg International Airport, which is about two miles away.  

By Julia Agos

Biden celebrates trains in Philly, and Pa. crosses its fingers for infrastructure funds

Few politicians are more associated with Amtrak than Joe Biden. And for Biden’s speech in Philadelphia Friday, he made sure people didn’t forget it. He spoke on the tracks in the 30th Street Station rail yard, surrounded by train cars.

By Katie Meyer/WHYY

President Joe Biden to visit Philly today to celebrate Amtrak, promote sweeping infrastructure plan

The event is one in a series of scheduled travel stops marking Biden’s first 100 days in office.

By Katie Meyer/WHYY

‘He forgot the forgotten man’: Biden blasts Trump at post-debate stop in Pittsburgh

Joe Biden picked up a line of attack he and other Democrats have begun to deploy this fall: charging that the Trump White House was seeking to overturn he Affordable Care Act at the Supreme Court.

By Chris Potter/WESA