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9:05 AM EDT on May 4, 2010

    • SUV Owner Arrested in Attempted Times Square Bombing (NYT)
    • Keeping Explosive-Laden Vehicles From Targets a Seemingly Impossible Task (Room for Debate)
    • Adolfo Carrion Takes a Demotion to Get Closer to NY Politics (News, MOP)
    • MTA Laying Off or Reassigning 450 Station Agents (News)
    • Let's See How Albany Bungles the Three-Foot Passing Bill (LoHud)
    • Ed Glaeser Critiques Jane Jacobs' Search for the "Proper" Urban Density (Economix)
    • Baltimore Pundit Says Car-Free New Yorkers Need Wal-Mart (News)
    • Downtown BID Proposes Reclamation of Water Street (Post)
    • DOT Adds to Cobble Hill Sidewalks (B'stoner); Mixed Results for Flatbush and Church Revamp (YN)
    • Manhattan Cyclist Takes Pleasure in Stopping for Red Lights (NYT)
    • Can Oprah Get Drivers to Put Down Their Phones? (USA Today)

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