The Round-Up: Wednesday

Warrren E. Buffett invests $5 billion in Goldman Sachs. [NY Times]

Feds raid office of the L.I.R.R.’s Railroad Retirement Board as investigation into fraudulent disability claims intensifies. [NY Times]

Officers from 100 police departments spread out over 150 train stations in 13 Northeast states yesterday as part of an ambitious law-enforcement drill. [NY Times]

Google Transit Maps unveils its NYC version. [NY Times]

MTA asked to review a “highly unusual” contract that added millions to the cost of diesel fuel for city buses. [NY Times]

Long Island Power Authority may bring a wind farm to the south shore of Queens. [NY Times]

What $2 million gets you. [NY Times]

Car-free “Summer Streets” program to return. [NYDN]

Just two bidders left in the running for Starrett City. [NYDN]

Thor Equities accuses Bloomberg of trying to smear the Coney Island developer. [NYDN]

Between the Bricks: Viacom may not renew after all at 1515 Broadway. [NY Post]

FBI investigates Freddie, Fannie, Lehman, and A.I.G. over possible fraud charges. [NY Post]

City to give final approval today for the Whitney’s 185,000-square-foot expansion next to the High Line. [NY Sun]

Two UES tenements get landmark status, ending a 20-year battle. [NY Sun]

The hazards of buying foreclosed homes. [WSJ]

Can Bush’s bailout plan help homebuilders? [WSJ]

Despite its proximity to Wall Street, Philadelphia’s real estate market remains healthy. [WSJ]

The Round-Up: Wednesday