Amtrak CEO says Penn Station is the “single worst place” for repairs

Since March there have been three train derailments at New York’s Penn Station. Starting Monday, Amtrak will spend about two months replacing a key section of track, and parts of the country’s busiest train station will be shut. Kris Van Cleave spoke to the CEO of Amtrak about what some are calling “the summer of hell.”

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LIVE: New Year’s Eve celebrations in Times Square

New York is set to celebrate New Year’s Eve festivities traditionally at the symbolic centre of the city on Times Square from the night of December 31, 2015 until January 1, 2016.

Around one million people are expected to gather on Times square to give a collective farewell to the departing year and to express their joy for the upcoming year.

The Times Square New Year’s Eve celebration features musical performances, a colorful pyrotechnic display handouts, balloons and confetti.

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