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8:55 AM EDT on October 18, 2012

    • Bloomberg Takes No Responsibility for Yankee Stadium Parking Disaster (TransNat)
    • Howard Wolfson Tapped to Run Mayor's New Super PAC (NYT)
    • Yassky: Taxi Apps Will Duke It Out Next Year (NYT)
    • City Embarks on $1B Plan to Accelerate Infrastructure Repairs (TransNat, NYT)
    • More Coverage of What Went Missing on Debate Night (TransNat)
    • Nassau County Officer Killed by Motorist on Long Island Expressway (Fox)
    • Driver Pins TEA Against a Fence in the Bronx; "No Criminality" (Post)
    • Staten Island Parents Don't Want DWI Cop Who Killed Four to Work at Kids' School (Advance)
    • No Lack of NYPD Resources When a Vehicle Owner Is the Victim (DNA)
    • These Motorcycle Riders Don't Need No Stinkin' Free Parking Pass (DNA)
    • Internet Momentarily Transfixed by Al Roker on a Bike (Buzzfeed, ZimbioONTD)

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