By Rand Paul
Obama acts as though we no longer have a Constitution
Independent voices from the TWT Communities
New York's Metropolitan Transportation Authority announced a pilot program Monday that would aim to curb the growing subway rat problem by sterilizing the animals so they can't reproduce.
At the height of Superstorm Sandy, city residents watching seawater pour into the subway system couldn't help but wonder: What will become of all the rats?
New York City's Grand Central terminal, an iconic facility located at the hub of city happenings in midtown Manhattan, celebrates 100th birthday Friday.
Millions of people from Maine to the Carolinas awoke Tuesday without electricity, and an eerily quiet New York City was all but closed off by car, train and air as superstorm Sandy steamed inland, still delivering punishing wind and rain. The U.S. death toll climbed to 34, many of the victims killed by falling trees.
Millions of Americans preparing to survive an earthquake ducked under tables and covered their heads Thursday as part of the annual "Great ShakeOut" drill.
A New York state report has found that the Metropolitan Transportation Authority gave Apple an unfair advantage to place a retail store in New York City's Grand Central Terminal. The state comptroller's report says the MTA started talking to Apple about the space more than two years before opening it up for bidding. It says the "competitive process followed by MTA ...was at a minimum severely slanted toward Apple." MTA Chairman Joseph Lhota says the lease process was open and transparent. Apple didn't respond to requests for comment. The store opened in Grand Central in December, and is one of the world's largest Apple stores.
Paul McCartney's new bride is stepping down from the board of the authority that runs New York City's public transit system.
One of the world's largest Apple stores is opening at the landmark Grand Central Terminal.
It's known for shaking up celebrities at its comedy roasts. But the Friars Club says it's not laughing about plans to blast dynamite under its 102-year-old clubhouse in midtown Manhattan.
It was the one place that New Yorkers could go to get away from singing cellphones, beeping BlackBerries and torrents of tweets. And now it's disappearing.
The mayor of Los Angeles said Sunday that a 10-mile stretch of Interstate 405, one of the nation's busiest freeways, would reopen beginning about 11:30 a.m. PDT because bridge work on the roadway was completed 16 hours ahead of schedule.
Not long ago, a subway rider who'd had a particularly tough day at work found herself staring up at the ads inside her subway car, where one of the placards featured a poignant literary quote.
Riding New York City's Times Square Shuttle subway cars will be a lot more interesting next month.