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Emergency workers are navigating through wreckage to remove bodies of victims following the crash of 2 Metro subway trains yesterday during rush hour. This accident occurred just before 5pm on an above-ground track in DC near the border with Takoma Park, Maryland.
Dozens of people were treated for injuries at the scene. Officials said both trains were on the same track, headed in the same direction, but the cause of the collision is still unclear. Joe Johns will bring you the latest.
Iranian officials say they have found 'no major fraud' in the disputed presidential election and therefore the results will stand. President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad will be sworn-in sometime between July 26th and August 19th. How will the opposition react?
The video of a young Iranian woman named Neda who apparently died after being shot has become an iconic image of the violence on the streets. What will be the impact of her death on this reform movement?
President Obama holds a news conference this afternoon in the Rose Garden. We’re told his opening statement will deal with health care, Iran and energy legislation, but you can expect him to answer questions on other issues such as North Korea, jobs and healthcare. We’re going to replay the main highlights for you.
Ed McMahon fans must be sad this morning- the longtime Johnny Carson sidekick died at the age of 86. His publicist says he passed away peacefully overnight.
See you tonight at 10pet.
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