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Today’s Headlines

8:58 AM EST on November 27, 2012

    • Cuomo and Bloomberg Make Federal Aid Push (Post, NewsAP)
    • Cuomo: $5B Would Get the MTA Back to Pre-Sandy Working Order (TransNat, SAS)
    • R Train Riders Packing 4 and 5 Trains (Post); South Ferry Won't Reopen for Months (TransNat)
    • City to Provide Free Towing for Storm-Damaged Vehicles Left on Streets (Advance)
    • Gelinas: Mission Creep Debt Will Cripple the Port Authority for the Foreseeable Future (City Journal)
    • Ratner Withdraws Barclays Tax Suit (Bklyn Paper); AYR Puts Knicks-Nets in Perspective
    • Council to Regulate Pedicab Rates (Post); Vacca Wants Fare Decals Returned to Taxis (Post)
    • Limo Driver Charged With Manslaughter for Pinning, Dragging Passenger to Death (News 1, 2)
    • Manhattan Parking Garage Worker Crushed by Falling SUV (News)
    • Toddler Hospitalized After Being Thrown From Minivan in Woodhaven Collision (Post, DNA)
    • Kill Someone With Your Car, They Say, and NYPD Won't Even Give You a Ticket (NY Mag)

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