Officials are describing a devastating scene of shattered cars and other damage where two trains packed with rush-hour commuters collided in Connecticut. They say it's fortunate no one was killed.Full story
The National Transportation Safety Board is advising states to lower the Blood Alcohol Level that defines drunk driving from .08 to .05, which they say is the level at which many drivers’ vision can be affected. NBC’s Tom Costello reports.
National Transportation Safety Board recommends .05 blood alcohol threshold for drunk driving. NBC News' Chris Clackum reports.
National Transportation Safety Board has announced they traced last month’s fire onboard a Boeing 787 in Boston to a single cell in the plane’s battery. NTSB Chairman Debbie Hersman also said there are new questions about the certification process that Boeing used to originally approve the battery.
Everyone knows that New Year’s Day is the most lethal day to drive, and now the National Transportation Safety Board wants all states to require ignition interlocks installed on the cars of convicted drunk drivers. NBC’s Diana Alvear reports.
National Transportation Safety Board chairwoman Debbie Hersman tells TODAY’s Savannah Guthrie that there were some forward-facing cameras on the train involved in Thursday’s deadly collision with a parade float in Midland, Texas.
WASHINGTON, DC - JANUARY 24: A part of a charred battery box from a Japan Airlines 787 is displayed at the NTSB headquaters on January 24, 2013 in Washington, DC. The NTSB held a news conference to discuss the batteries that caused the January 7, fire aboard a Japan Airlines Boeing 787 at Logan I
National Transportation Safety Board investigator Joseph Panagiotou examines a battery cell from the battery involved in the JAL Boeing 787 fire incident in Boston, in the NTSB labs in Washington in this handout picture provided by the NTSB on January 29, 2013. The NTSB on Tuesday said it was conti
National Transportation Safety Board investigator Joseph Panagiotou documents internal components from the battery involved in the JAL Boeing 787 fire incident in Boston, in the NTSB labs in Washington, in this handout picture provided by the NTSB on January 29, 2013. The NTSB on Tuesday said it wa