Federal prosecutors have opened an investigation into employee timekeeping in the nation's largest transit system.
A 25-year-old man was struck and killed by No 2 train at Chelsea station.
The suspect cut one woman's face and another's arm on a Bronx bus.
Winter Storm Avery brought hellish conditions to commuters Thursday after record November snowfall blanketed roads and highways.
Attendees headed to the Javits Center for New York Comic Con 2018 will need to find another way on Saturday and Sunday.
They were transported to an animal rescue sanctuary in upstate New York.
"He was cursing at her, calling her a 'retard' for no reason," said the victim's mother.
Is "unqualified lesbian" the new "nasty woman"?
"We need ideas outside the box because, frankly, the box is broken," he said.
Between a quarter and a third of public transportation assets are classified as in "poor" or "marginal" condition.
One lawsuit later, an ad campaign by Muslim comedians goes up, aiming to dispel stereotypes.
Judge calls the Metropolitan Transportation Authority's decision to ban documentary's ads "utterly unreasonable."
With the 34th Street-Hudson Yards stop, Manhattan gets its first new subway station in 20 years.
"The train will be taken to a yard for inspection."
Sunday marked the 14th year of Improv Everywhere's pants-less transit prank, observed by participants around the world.
Charges have not yet been filed against the officer.
New York City's MTA is launching a "Courtesy Counts" campaign to encourage manners on the train.
Foley's family protested the use of his image in ads by the American Freedom Defense Initiative
Ads to end the "denial" and "willful ignorance" of the jihadist threat are criticized as anti-Muslim, hateful