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Why are so many people protesting?

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New York City subways are getting a tap-to-pay system

by Marielle Segarra May 30, 2019
The pilot might result in riders using the same method to pay for other goods and services.
Customers move through the turnstiles at the Fulton Center subway station on February 27, 2019 in New York City.
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Baltimore subway closure exposes deeper problems

by Amy Scott Feb 23, 2018
Transit advocates say the city's system perpetuates inequality.
The Penn-North Metro Subway Station in West Baltimore is among those closed for emergency track repairs.
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Why New York's subway issues should matter to all of us

by Lizzie O'Leary Jun 30, 2017
The economic repercussions go beyond the metropolitan area.
A Metropolitan Transportation Authority worker in New York City exits a Harlem subway station where a morning train derailed on June 27.
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New York subway line brings excitement and rent worries

by Adam Allington Jan 2, 2017
Manhattan’s Second Avenue finally gets its subway.
Commuters exit the uptown Q train at the 86th St. station on the newly opened Second Avenue subway line on Sunday in New York City.
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Chart of the day: U.S fast food sales

by Sarah Menendez Nov 16, 2016
Doing the numbers on the industry's top brands.
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Final Note

Subway to ensure foot-long subs actually a foot long

by Kai Ryssdal Oct 21, 2015
The sandwich company's foot-longs have been falling short.

Subway has bigger concerns than dropping its spokesman

by Kai Ryssdal and Mukta Mohan Jul 9, 2015
It's dropping Jared, but this fast food giant has a lot more to worry about

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Subway suspends relationship with Jared Fogle

by Nova Safo Jul 8, 2015
Authorities raided the pitchman's home on Tuesday. Now the chain faces a dilemma.

A literal underground music scene

by Tobin Low Jun 2, 2015
The economics behind making it big — and making a living — in the subway.

Can a giant plug save New York's subways from the next Sandy?

by Molly Wood Oct 31, 2013
A 32-feet-long, 16-feet-wide tube that can inflate to up to 35,000 gallons of volume may be our best hope next time there is a super storm.