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  1. Attempted Suicide Vest Attack First on American SoilA method that’s been seen in Europe, but not the U.S.
  2. Suspect in Custody After Explosion Under NYC Port AuthorityAuthorities said the man had a pipe bomb strapped to him when it detonated.
  3. Here Are Five Visions for the New Port Authority Bus TerminalAll better than what New York’s currently got.
  4. The New Port Authority Bus Terminal Won’t Be in New JerseyIt’ll be in midtown Manhattan, just like the current gross one.
  5. La Guardia May Allow Longer FlightsBigger planes, longer flights — what could go wrong?
  6. The New York Times Helps an Anonymous Source Complete Her Bucket List Area woman will never be recognized for her contributions to public-bathroom service journalism. 
  7. Late-Night PATH Service to Continue for a While The Port Authority’s plan to reduce service to and from New Jersey won’t be enacted immediately. 
  8. Drunk, Potentially Amorous Boaters Inadvertently Cause Airport Security ScareThey may have been having a threesome when they crashed into a pier at La Guardia. 
  9. The World Trade Center Gets Some New SecurityAfter some embarrassing breaches.
  10. Chris Christie Picks a New Guy to Run the Port Authority We assume John Degnan knows what he’s getting into.
  11. Port Authority Commissioner Resigns Amid ProbesHe had an epiphany at his grandson’s 13th birthday party.
  12. Feds Withdraw Port Authority Chairman SubpoenaHis name pops up in multiple Christie scandals.
  13. Chris Christie’s Scandal Crosses the HudsonManhattan’s federal prosecutors have subpoenaed records related to Port Authority chairman David Samson.
  14. The Port Authority Kills a Lot of Animals at New York and New Jersey’s Airports No one wants another Miracle on the Hudson.
  15. PATH Will Take Commuters to WTC Come MondayHoboken commuters are in for more of a wait.
  16. 9/11 Memorial Museum Construction Halted Over Funding DisputePort Authority vs. 9/11 Memorial Foundation.
  17. Port Authority Wants to Fine Fliers for Using Cell PhonesCall it “The Baldwin Ultimatum.”
  18. Confirmed: Port Authority of New York and New Jersey Is DysfunctionalThis report card probably won’t get pinned on the refrigerator.
  19. Chris Ward Is Done at the Port AuthorityHe and Governor Cuomo aren’t such great pals right now.
  20. People Would Rather Take the Train Than Pay Higher TollsCheapness trumps fear of the hoi polloi.
  21. Port Authority Tolls Going Up Through 2015, But Skipping Them Is Sort of EasyIf you want to risk the bad karma.
  22. The World Trade Center Memorial Is Opening on Time. How Did That Happen?We talk to Port Authority chief of staff Drew Warshaw.
  23. Tolls on Hudson River Crossings Could Get Jacked Up 50 PercentYet another moat around the city.
  24. Dead Bus Driver Went Unnoticed for Five Hours at Port AuthorityHis bus was idling.
  25. Before It Opens in Three Months, 9/11 Memorial Still Needs $3 MillionJust don’t ask the Port Authority to come up with the cash.
  26. Zombie Hunter Arrested in Port Authority Bus TerminalNow we’re no longer safe from zombies coming from Toronto!
  27. Greek Church Sues Over 9/11 Rebuilding PlansIt’s not about money.”
  28. 1 World Trade Center Continues Tenant Turnaround With Interest From Bank of AmericaThe lonely lady of downtown is now the belle of the ball!
  29. loose threads
    Madonna Impersonators Flood Material Girl Launch; Gisele Fights Back About Breast-feedingPlus, more September cover reveals.
  30. Police Warned About Terror Plot Involving ‘Fuel-Filled Tanker’Port Authority cops have been alerted.
  31. Despite Warning From FBI, Port Authority Reportedly Let Zazi Through Checkpoint’Journal’ says Port Authority was tipped off, but still waved would-be subway bomber across bridge.
  32. Slideshow
    First Look at Heartland Brewery’s Midtown MonsterThe chain opens in the shadow of the Port Authority.
  33. Tentative Deal Reached for Development of Two WTC TowersProject requires about $1.6 billion in public financing and subsidies.
  34. Goin' Up to the Subway in the SkyThe Port Authority is putting a sandwich shop high above Ground Zero.
  35. Ground Zero, Eight Years LaterAnother September 11 anniversary has been reached with unsatisfactory progress in lower Manhattan.
  36. sale bonus
    Additional Markdowns at Save Fashion: Gryson, Alice Ritter, Elise ØverlandTomorrow, Acne and rag & bone merchandise hits the floor.
  37. buyer's guide
    Video: Port Authority’s ‘Save Fashion’ Pop-up Has Some Seriously Amazing DealsA Lyn Devon dress that was $1,325 is now $129.90
  38. Openings
    99¢ Problems: 2 Bros. to Square Off Against 99¢ Fresh Pizza Next WeekThe battle of the cheap slices!
  39. Slideshow
    First Look at Blue Ruin, the New Two-for-One Happy Hour in Hell’s KitchenA glimpse inside the bar, right down to the old-fashioned (CD-playing!) jukebox.
  40. weirdness
    Fashion Claims Stake in Garment District With Luxe Shopping Destination in Port AuthorityNext month you can buy Charlotte Ronson, Thom Browne Black Fleece, Acne, and more in the nasty bus terminal.
  41. Openings
    99¢ Problems: Cheap Slice Showdown ConfirmedA slice showdown between 2 Bros. and 99¢ Fresh Pizza has been confirmed.
  42. Openings
    $1 Slice Showdown: 2 Bros. Said to Be Facing Off Against 99 Cent Fresh PizzaThe cheap-cheese chain may be setting foot in midtown.
  43. 1 World Trade Center Spire May Have Aesthetic Value After AllSince the Port Authority’s broadcast client backed out, there’s no utilitarian reason for the tower’s famous spire.
  44. Port Authority Yet Another Patsy of Bird Terror SyndicateTurns out that bird strikes are on the rise at New York’s airports, contrary to what the PA has been reporting.
  45. One World Trade Center, Now With Less FreedomMarketers selling office space at ground zero have decided to ditch the name “Freedom Tower.”
  46. Tom Brady Gets a Free RideAnd two Port Authority employees are now in trouble.
  47. Clarity Emerges at Ground Zero, and Larry Silverstein Clearly Is Not a Key IngredientLarry Silverstein’s office towers are in jeopardy and nobody in government is too worried about salvaging them.
  48. Bowling Chews
    Port Authority Gets More Bowling Lanes and Tuna LollipopsHollywood’s Lucky Strike Lanes opens later this month, and Leisure Time Bowl adds a restaurant.
  49. Meredith Vieira Officially More Powerful Than Katie CouricAccording to ‘Forbes,’ at least. Plus, today’s real estate, law, media, and financial news.
  50. World Trade Center Memorial and Museum to Cost $1 BillionThat’s nearly $400 million more than the original estimate — and there will be a two-to-three-year delay, as well.
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