Rail Delays Expected As Amtrak Plans 'Major' Repair Work For Penn StationAmtrak President and CEO Wick Moorman detailed the plans in a conference call Thursday morning, but said he didn't know yet just how bad the potential delays may be.
Amtrak's Pledge For Penn Station Repairs Meet With Mixed Reviews From LawmakersAmtrak’s intent to begin making long-overdue repairs at Penn Station has been met with a mixture of jubilation and consternation in Albany and Trenton.
Assemblyman Claims Activist Associates With Radical Islamists, Should Not Speak At CUNY CommencementControversy was mounting Friday evening over a decision by the City University of New York Graduate School of Public Health to invite a pro-Palestinian activist as the commencement speaker.
De Blasio Won't Answer Questions About Scathing Editorial On His Press PolicyMayor Bill de Blasio has stuck to his guns, continuing to decline to take reporters’ questions even in the face of scathing criticism.
CBS2 Gets Results: City Drops Vendors Who Supplied Tainted School FoodThere was more fallout Thursday, over dangerous food served at city schools. The chancellor said the city will stop doing business with vendors who supplied tainted food.
Mayor De Blasio Cuts Back On Access For City Hall Press CorpsMayor Bill de Blasio has embarked on a new media diet, cutting back even further on his interaction with the City Hall press corps.
Panic Or Stampede May Happen Again At Penn Station, Expert WarnsA false alarm set off a stampede at Penn Station last week, and now some are worried that it could happen again – and that Penn Station is not prepared.
Councilman Calls For Law Requiring Construction Crews To Repair Roads Properly After WorkIf you've ever bounced through a rough patch of road and damaged your car, you will fully understand why a city councilman has said, "There oughtta be a law."
Complaints About Sandwiches Added To Failing Food List At NYC SchoolsThere is a new way for the city’s schools to flunk lunch.
More Tunnels Would Greatly Ease Service Problems At Penn Station, Experts SayA sobering thought for commuters inconvenienced by Monday's derailment -- experts said it would have been a relatively minor event if new tunnels had been built under the Hudson.
Does DOE Have Enough Resources To Inspect Failing Food At Schools?After CBS2 exposed dangerous and decaying food being served at New York City public schools last week, the Department of Education has now launched an investigation.
Demanding Answers: Doctor Says Tainted NYC School Food Could Have Made Children SickMedical experts were raising concerns Friday about the safety of food served in New York City public schools.

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