Man with history of subway violence shoves stranger onto tracks in Manhattan
People wait for a Metropolitan Transportation Authority subway to arrive in New York City. - Spencer Platt/Getty Images North America/TNS

NEW YORK — A mentally ill man with a history of arrests in the subway, including for threatening an MTA employee with a pipe, has been grabbed by police again — this time for shoving a stranger onto the tracks, officials said Wednesday. Calvin Wilson is accused of pushing the 26-year-old victim off the A/C platform at the Fulton Street station in Lower Manhattan about 3:40 p.m. Tuesday. The attack was unprovoked, officials said. The victim managed to get back onto the platform before a train arrived in the station, suffering minor injuries to his right ankle, leg and hand, officials said. Poli...