December 3rd, 2013
08:21 PM ET

Union rep.: Engineer "nodding off" before crash

CNN is learning new details in what could have caused the deadly train derailment in New York on Sunday.

According to officials, the train's engineer, William Rockefeller, passed a breathalyzer but told investigators he was "in a daze" and doesn't know "what happened' in the moments leading up to the crash.

The national transportation safety board says there was no problem with the brakes. Four people were killed and at least 67 others were injured when the commuter train entered a sharp turn going 82 miles per hour, in a 30 miles per hour zone.

Nic Robertson is OutFront at the crash site with the latest.

Filed under: News • Train Derailment
December 3rd, 2013
04:47 PM ET

New video captures Paul Walker crash

New video into CNN from OMG Insider shows the moment of impact in the car crash that killed actor Paul Walker. We see the massive smoke clouds coming from the vehicle.

Investigators are focusing on extreme speed - he theme of Walker's "Fast and Furious" movie franchise as the chief factor in the accident.

Kyung Lah is OutFront with the latest.

Filed under: News
December 3rd, 2013
01:30 PM ET

China launches first lunar mission

In China, the country's first-ever robotic lunar rover is now in space.

China launches first moon mission

The rocket blasting off from southeast China this morning. Don Lemon asked CNN's David McKenzie what this means for the future of China's growing space program.

Filed under: China • News • OuterCircle
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