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8:54 AM EST on November 16, 2012

    • Obama Visits Staten Island, Names Shaun Donovan as Recovery Liaison (CapNY, Advance)
    • News: DC Delegates Irked That Cuomo Didn't Consult Them Prior to Federal Aid Pitch
    • Restoration of R Train Service Between Manhattan and Brooklyn Weeks Away (SASNews)
    • Suspect Adam Recio Charged Only With Leaving Scene of Fatal Williamsburg Crash (ABCDNANews)
    • Bus Driver Who Fell Asleep at the Wheel Faces Up to 40 Years for Fatal 2011 Crash in Virginia (QChron)
    • CB 1 Member Karen Nieves Says Greenpoint Greenway Cyclists Could Impede Trucks (DNA)
    • More on Upper West Side Bike Rack Action From DNAinfo
    • Richard Brodsky Thinks Next Mayor Should Abolish NYC EDC, Is Called "Progressive" (Crain's)
    • Whoa: City Council Redistricting Rigged to Favor Incumbents (Gotham Gazette)
    • Cap'n Transit Straightens Out Latest Freakonomics Nonsense

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