• Monday December 2, 2013 Happening Now - Cyber Monday; Healthcare.gov All Better?; Train Ax Aftermath

      The locomotive of the derailed New York City train was put back on the rails early this morning. The Metro-North passenger train carrying 150 souls derailed coming around a curve early Sunday morning. Four people were killed, and more than 60 injured (some critically). Today, cranes are working to put the derailed train cars back on the tracks as the investigation into what went wrong continues in the Bronx area of New York.

      Investigators are on the scene of another derailment in New Mexico. The freight train's locomotive plunged 40 feet down a ravine. Three railroad workers were killed.

      The White House says the worst bugs are fixed at the Healthcare.gov website. The Obama Administration had set a December 1 deadline to fix most of the most glaring problems with the website where millions are supposed to buy health care insurance. Still many big problems remain, and we don't know how many folks are successfully using it.

      It's Cyber Monday!

      Thanksgiving weekend sales were down from last year, and somewhat disappointing. But analysts are expecting a 15% increase in online sales this year. Today they're expecting Americans to spend $2 billion!

      Amazon.com is testing drones for delivery! It's a brave new world.

      Robert Shiller who won the Nobel Prize this year for economics is warning of a possible bubble in U.S. stock prices as the Dow has risen more than 20% this year and the Nasdaq is up more than 30%.

      Icy road conditions yesterday in Worcester, MA led to a pileup accident. 70 cars, two tractor trailers, and a box truck smashed into each other on a highway. 35 or more taken to local hospitals.

      Police say a man has died and three people are in custody after some kind of incident in the parking lot of Arrowhead Stadium during a Kansas City Chiefs versus Denver Broncos game.

      A woman was killed in a house explosion in Northern Texas. It was felt far as several miles away.

      Vice President Biden is on a trip to Asia. He lands in Tokyo this morning and then hits China and South Korea.

      President Obama speaks at a World AIDS day event from the White House in the 1pm ET hour. AIDS has killed more than 30 million people.

      40 year old "Fast & Furious" Star Paul Walker died in a fiery car crash over the weekend. Walker died with a friend after the Porsche they were in hit a pole and tree and burst into flames. An investigation is underway. Fans are leaving flowers and notes at the scene of the crash.

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