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    • Crash Kills 2 Off-Duty Cops, Hurts 4 Others; 3rd Officer Hit by Motorcycle (NYT, News 1, 2, Post 1, 2)
    • Drunk Driver Kills 2 Passengers at JFK (Post)
    • "Elle's Law" Could Bring Jail Time for Drivers Who Injure While Committing Moving Violation (News)
    • Tunneling Machine Gets to Work Below Second Avenue (SAS, NY1)
    • Bloomberg Supports Walder Plan to Shut Trains for Track Repair (Post)
    • Does Fox 5 Reporter Charles Leaf Know Subway Lines Require Maintenance in Order to Function?
    • Brooklyn, Manhattan's East Side to Bear Brunt of MTA Bus Cuts (Post
    • TLC Looks to Pull 633 Cabbie Licenses for Fare Fraud (City Room)
    • Rest Easy, New Yorkers: Albany Hard at Work on Saggy Pants Scourge (NY1
    • Oil Continues to Gush Into Gulf of Mexico, But BP Doesn't Want to Know How Much (NYT)
    • End of the Line for the Princeton Dinky? (NYT)

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