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"Drug prices. That's what really that's what we should be doing. Trump says he's been the most transparent president ever some families forced to stay in hotels overnight after a series of men whole explosions in midtown and several people were hurt ficials say the flames on east thirty seconds street between fifth and Madison Avenue's raised carbon monoxide levels Marissa was in the area when she saw the smoke rising. But it was an attack until I heard it come down six people were injured in all when those fires broke out late Wednesday morning. Everyone is expected to be okay. Con Edison has crews working to repair damage from the fires. I'm sue Guzman. W O R news Murphy says he has a deal with governor Cuomo. So that New Jersey. Zi drivers won't have to pay twice under that congestion pricing plan. But the MTA says it doesn't know what Murphy's talking about briefly made the announcement following complaints. That drivers taking the GW bridge would pay two different tolls. If they travel below sixtieth street governor Cuomo, and I came to a conceptual understanding that should congestion pricing move forward. It would do. So in a way that is fair to jersey, but the MTA chairman Pat forces we have no idea what he's talking about. No agreement has been reached with New Jersey or anyone else on credits. Murphy says his remarks reflected the conversations he's had with the governor Bridget Anne Kelly headed to prison for thirteen months for the bridge gate scandal. And she says the truth will soon catch up with Chris Christie. Kelly was top aide for then governor Christie when she conspired to close lanes leading to the GW bridge. She says he Christie approved bridge gate and he's a coward for misleading. The public Mr. Christie. You are a bully and the days of you calling me a liar and destroying my life are over. She remains free pending an appeal of the conviction the other defendant in the case Bill Baroni has already begun serving eighteen months sentence. New York City is going to close most of fourteenth street to traffic or car traffic. Anyway, this is repairs begin on the L train underground beginning June transportation Commissioner Polly Trond. Berg says you won't be able to drive on fourteenth street between third and ninth avenues in Manhattan to do this as a pilot for eighteen months. We're gonna just as they did see how it works. And I want to be clear we will clearly be making judgments in troubleshooting as we go along the goal is to open up traffic."