Derailment of Amtrak Train 188 May 13: Amtrak train derails in Philadelphia, tearing cars, killing 5 May 14: NTSB: Derailed train was speeding 106 mph, more than double…
The Conversation: Citizen Kanjorski
THE CITIZENS' VOICE, AUGUST 7, 2011 | Paul Kanjorski won’t quit. He can’t. Not now. Though, now might be the perfect time to give up, retire, head south and spend the rest of…
The railroad whose rush-hour train slammed into a New Jersey station last month, killing a woman and injuring more than 100 people, has had more accidents and paid more in fines for safety violations than any other commuter railroad in the country over the past five years, federal safety data show.
Trains run by New Jersey Transit, which operates the nation’s second-largest commuter railroad, have been involved in 157 accidents since the start of 2011, three times as many as the largest, the Long Island Rail Road, according to an Associated Press analysis of data from January 2011 through July 2016.
ASSOCIATED PRESS, APRIL 21, 2016 | Pennsylvania’s embattled attorney general has routinely used personal email accounts to conduct official business, transmitting confidential information and the identities of undercover agents, despite an office ban that says doing so risks security.
Here’s some of my recent work for The Associated Press —
SUPER TUESDAY, MARCH 1, 2016
As the results came in, I put this short video together on Vermont voters for and against home state favorite Bernie Sanders (Wilson Ring shot and did the interviews, I edited and did the voice at the start):
Another video we put together for AP’s Super Tuesday coverage. This one explores why New England voters are backing Donald Trump, who added wins in Vermont and Massachusetts to his Feb. 9 victory in New Hampshire. Wilson Ring and Phil Marcelo provide the interviews. I edited and voiced the start:
Feb. 3, 2016: Reporting on the latest in the Bill Cosby sex assault case:
Jan. 30, 2016: Hope for answers as release of Amtrak crash evidence nears
Dec. 14, 2016: In schools, on streets and TV, children feel Muslim backlash
Oct. 18, 2016: Philadelphia police boss exits after crime, corruption fight
Sept. 28, 2016: Critics slam Philadelphia ex-archbishop’s role in pope visit
More: Best of 2014
The Long-Islander, July 1, 2004 | The passing of former New York Gov. Mario Cuomo on Jan. 1, 2014 reminded me of a great interview we had almost a decade ago. Cuomo, then 72, was signing books at an independent shop on Long Island. I expected five minutes in a back room as he got ready – enough to hear about the book and a few career highlights. Cuomo thought of something better and suggested we chat outside, with the assembled audience listening.
The Northport Record, Jan. 20, 2005 | In honor of their induction this weekend as part of the inaugural class of the Northport-East Northport Athletic Hall of Fame, we’re taking a look back at our 2005 feature on the Dunne family. Congratulations to Kelly, her brothers Greg, Rich, Tim and parents John and Eileen!