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Recent wrecks belie improving rail safety record

40 still missing in deadly Canada oil train crash

Sun kink likely caused deadly Illinois derailment

Greenspan mulls roots of crisis he didn't foresee

NTSB Chair: 'Significant Damage to the Bridge'

West Texas rail crossing had 10 previous accidents

Industry: Bakken oil not more risky than others

GM safety crisis grows with recall of 3 million more cars for ignition...

Newspaper investigation questions oil field safety

Feds issue emergency order on oil shipments

Exploring 'graveyard of ships' near San Francisco

Railroads stress safety after deaths up in 2013

New emails show White House role in Sherrod ouster

Keystone Pipeline’s Nebraska Path Cleared as Congress Votes

Rail Tank-Car Orders Threatened by U.S. Crude Collapse: Freight

Correction: Train Derailment-Maryland story

CSX: Md. train explosion caused by chemical cargo

Canada PM on pipeline plan: Oil to come anyway

US train derailment kills 3 railroad workers

Deadly derailment won't stop oil on trains

Industry fights safety retrofit of older rail cars

Weather prevents dock inspection on Wash. coast

Without Keystone, oil trains may cause six deaths per year: U.S. State...

West Texas rail crossing had 10 previous accidents

Rail cars used to ship oil called 'unacceptable'

Broken rail blamed for 2012 Ohio train derailment

Dozens of trains haul volatile Bakken oil to New York weekly

After oil, natural gas may be next on North American rails

GM safety crisis grows with recall of 3 mln more cars for ignition issues

Oil-train wreck brings demands for more regulation

Plan to restore section of Seven Mile Bridge in Keys

Keystone pipeline faces new obstacle in Nebraska

Nebraska ruling mires Keystone XL in legal limbo

Oil train wrecks spur railroad safety measures

Rules lag to help passengers escape crashed buses

US senator: Metro-North fined $552,000 past decade

Ludlow massacre spurred New Deal labor reforms

US review blasts NY commuter railroad