Joe Lhota Tapped To Head MTA As Agency Vows 'Top To Bottom Review'Both issues have since been resolved.
City Rolls Out Countdown Clocks At Some Bus Stops Across ManhattanCity Council Member Daniel Garodnick said with more delays below ground this is a help for crucial transportation above ground.
MTA On Board With Cuomo's Plan To Lower Fares For Some LIRR Riders During Penn Station Repairs The Metropolitan Transportation Authority said it intends to make sure Long Island Rail Road riders are "fairly compensated" during Amtrak's track work this summer at Penn Station.
Police: 17-Year-Old Killed, Another Teen Injured In Brooklyn ShootingIt happened just before 2 a.m. at the intersection of Broadway and Jefferson Street.
Trump's Attorney: Comey Leaked Privileged Information; Testimony Proves President Didn't Impede Russia InvestigationMarc Kasowitz said Comey's testimony "also makes clear that the president never sought to impede the investigation into attempted Russian interference in the 2016 election."
Suspect Charged In Bronx Shooting That Left 5-Year-Old Boy Gravely InjuredPolice said the little boy's father was walking him down stairs from his apartment to a waiting car when gunfire erupted.
Teachers Union Treats NYC Students To Free Prom OutfitsSo many gowns, so little time.
Father Of Victim Killed In Times Square Crash Leaves Emotional Note At Makeshift MemorialA makeshift memorial continues to grow for the 18-year-old woman killed in last week's Times Square crash.
'I Wanted To Kill Them': Authorities Detail Case Against Times Square Crash Suspect Richard RojasBronx resident Richard Rojas, 26, faced a judge on Friday.
18-Year-Old Woman Killed, 22 People Hurt When Car Slams Into Pedestrians In Times SquareOne person was killed and 22 people injured after being struck by a car in Times Square shortly before noon Thursday.
14-Year-Old Boy Arrested In Connection With Fire That Destroyed Lower East Side SynagogueThe NYPD said Wednesday that the 14-year-old boy was in custody on an arson charge.
Cuomo, Christie Call For 'Private Operator' To Take Over Troubled Penn StationThe governors sent a joint letter to Amtrak on Thursday night, saying the situation at Penn Station "has gone from bad to worse to intolerable."

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