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What the team behind HQ Trivia thinks about cheating and how they plan to make money
HQ Trivia host Scott Rogowsky and co-founder Rus Yusupov talk about the game show's runaway success and business model.
TSA tests technology to prevent suicide bombings in mass transit areas
The technology has been used at the Super Bowl and when the pope visited New York City, but never by transit systems.
TSA testing new bomb detection technology
ABC News' Aaron Katersky explains the systems that could become widely used to thwart would-be suicide bombers.
Brooklyn woman publicly waits in front of 20-foot mural for mystery valentine
A giant mural was created in Williamsburg for a woman looking for her missed love connection from the NYC subway.
Falcon for hire: Meet the Vancouver metro's solution to pesky pigeons
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Woman rescued after getting pinned beneath New York City subway
A woman slipped and fell onto subway tracks from broken was hit by a train and survived the 22 year old. Pass down fell right on of the tracks from Williamsburg this morning it's happened at the Bedford avenue station the woman was hit by a man had. And bound L train but police say did not suffer a
NYC subway terror bombing suspect indicted
A federal grand jury returned a six-count indictment Wednesday against Akayed Ullah, who allegedly detonated a pipe bomb Dec. 11 beneath the Port Authority bus terminal.
Teacher arrested after speaking out at school board meeting
Pfizer plans to end research for new drugs to fight Alzheimer's and Parkinson's.
Authorities reveal more details on NYC subway bomber Akayed Ullah
Ullah told authorities he built his pipe bomb over the past few weeks in his Brooklyn apartment.
Inside look at new technology to protect bus, train stations
ABC News' David Kerley goes inside the secure research lab where Department of Homeland Security officials are developing high-tech gadgets to spot terror before it happens.