Thursday, May 8
(Washington, DC) -- Senators Claire McCaskill and Roy Blunt want to see Washington, DC's Union Station re-named in honor of former President Harry Truman. The two Missouri lawmakers introduced a bill today, which would be Truman's 130th birthday. Before Air Force One existed, "Missouri's Favorite Son" used the Presidential rail car, U.S. Car Number One, that was housed at Union Station for his famous "whistle stop tours."