- 13 charged with cheating on MTA tests Updated: Jun-29-15 10:17 pm
NEW YORK - Thirteen current and former employees of the Metropolitan Transportation Authority have been accused of cheating on licensing exams for train conductor or locomotive engineer.
- Video maker sues so it can promote Muslim film in NY subways Updated: Jun-25-15 1:17 pm
NEW YORK - Two Muslim filmmakers have filed a lawsuit against the operator of New York subways claiming the agency rejected their advertisements under a rule that prohibits disputed political views. They argue the ads have nothing to do with politics and should not be banned.
- Despite changes, officials predict long wait to exit Belmont Updated: Jun-04-15 4:31 pm
NEW YORK - With an expected crowd that could fill two Yankee Stadiums, officials were warning Thursday that it could take up to two hours to leave after Saturday's Belmont Stakes, but noted that would be an improvement over last year when some fans spent nearly twice as long jamming into a dilapidated train station or maneuvering through a quagmire of parking lots.