As part of the Champions of Change program, the White House recognizes every day Americans who are making positive changes in their communities. On September 30th, we are honoring Champions of Change who have taken action to expand opportunity for students from all backgrounds to advance to and through college.
David Cowan, a partner at Bessemer Venture Partners, discusses Elon Musk’s plan to colonize Mars. He speaks with Bloomberg’s Emily Chang on “Bloomberg West.” Bloomberg video news.
Ryan Popple, Proterra‘s chief executive officer, discusses the evolving state of transportation, the outlook for autonomous buses and the possibility of an IPO. He speaks with Bloomberg’s Emily Chang on “Bloomberg West.” David Kirkpatrick, Techonomy’s chief executive officer and a Bloomberg contributor, also comments. Bloomberg video news.
‘Bloomberg West’ host Emily Chang dives into the biggest stories in tech and talks to executives, entrepreneurs, and VCs who are building the technologies of tomorrow… Bloomberg video news.
A rush hour commuter rail train smashed into a station in Hoboken on Thursday, killing one and injuring more than one hundred. Hari Sreenivasan speaks with Brenda Flanagan of NJTV News about the factors that may have led to the accident and upcoming investigations into transit security and safety.
One person is dead and more than 100 injured, two critically, after a NJ Transit train struck the Lackawana terminal in Hoboken. There is major structural damage to the station. A massive emergency personnel presence is now on the scene. First responders reported that there was mass chaos in the station in the moments after the crash. Multiple people reported that the first thing they though was that it was a terrorist attack. More at fox5ny.com
Joe Breen was on the New Jersey Transit train that crashed into the terminal in the Hoboken station. He joins CBSN by phone and emotionally describes the chaotic scene. CBS New York video
The folks at NASA did their math and realized that there are actually 13 zodiac signs instead of 12. The new one is called Ophiuchus and pertains to people born between Nov. 29 and Dec. 17, and the change to the zodiac calendar shifts the beginning and end dates of all of the existing zodiac signs. TV 10/55’s Elise Finch has more. CBS New York video