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Family and friends are arriving for funeral services today for Marist College Graduate Donna L. Smith of Newburgh who died early Sunday in the deadly Metro-North Railroad train derailment in the Bronx. She was 54 year old.
It's the second funeral in two days for victims of a New York train derailment. Jim Lovell's funeral is scheduled for Friday morning in Cold Spring...Lovell, a sound and lighting expert, was headed to work on the Rockefeller Center Christmas tree
Jim Lovell, a resident of Cold Spring, N.Y., was one of the four people who lost their lives Sunday on the derailed Metro-North train. YNN's Alexandra Weishaupt spoke with Jim Lovell's family about the loss and filed the following report for NY1. N.Y.
One of the people killed after a New York City commuter train derailed was headed to midtown Manhattan to work on the famed Christmas tree at Rockefeller Center. Longtime friend Janet Barton says James Lovell was taking the Metro-North to New York
1 October 2013 0 View comments They were the first astronauts to circumnavigate the moon in the international race to explore Earth's lunar landscape. William 'Bill' Anders and James 'Jim' Lovell made history on their Apollo 8 flight in 1968, and in
Fox News investigates the Philadelphia abortion doctor charged with murdering babies in his "House of Horrors" clinic. The report reveals that Dr. Kermit Gosnell has been at the heart of abortion-rights movement for 40 years, going back to an episode
The space program was in its infancy, with the astronauts' names having been announced only a few months before and two years to go before the initial flight. The Life article was to serve as the country's official, in-depth introduction to the wives
Despite the glamour and drama of their husbands' jobs, Annie and her fellow astrowives were mothers and housewives first, cleaning their homes, whipping up gourmet meals and driving their young children to school and various activities. When
Ames unveiled a little computer-operated machine that can manufacture spare spacecraft parts in space, including the parts astronauts needed as they faced death from asphyxiation aboard Apollo 13. The three-dimensional printer would have been
Forty-three years ago today, the Apollo 13 spacecraft splashed down into the Pacific Ocean following one of the most remarkable recovery missions in space history . Inside was mission commander Jim Lovell, 42, lunar module pilot Fred Haise , 36,