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8:48 AM EST on January 11, 2013

    • Ray Kelly: Maintaining My Legacy Should Be Litmus Test for Next Mayor (DNA)
    • Family of Judge “Sonny” Ali, Killed in Wakefield Hit-and-Run, Kept in the Dark by NYPD (News)
    • TSTC: Data on Race and Ethnicity Would Help Mitigate Pedestrian Fatalities (MTR)
    • Officials Act Swiftly to Revoke License of Reckless ... Crane Operator (Post)
    • Oliver Koppell: Quinn and Vacca Holding Up Vote on Wheelchair-Accessible Taxis (CapNY)
    • DOT Could Learn From the Department of Education on Dealing With Community Boards (DNA)
    • Ben Kabak Weighs In on Cuomo's State of the State
    • Jersey Bridge Closure Highlights Brilliance of Christie's Decision to Kill the ARC (TransNat)
    • Meet Bob McManus, the Now-Retired "Gentleman" Who Oversaw the Post's Attacks on Safer Streets

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