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8:59 AM EST on November 7, 2013

    • Meet the de Blasio Transition Team Leaders (News)
    • DC Police Chief Cathy Lanier Reportedly in the Running for NYPD Commissioner (News)
    • Unlicensed Teen Driver Who Killed Ariel Russo Blames Pothole for Crash (NYTNews)
    • Second Avenue Sagas' Transit To-Do List for NYC's Next Mayor
    • DNA Has Photos From Vigil for Lucian Merryweather, 9, Killed by Driver on Sidewalk
    • Metro-North Chief Engineer Admits to Gaps in Oversight Before Connecticut Derailment (News)
    • The Marble-Clad WTC PATH Hallway Beneath West Street Cost Us $225 Million (Next City)
    • Meet the Data Geeks Crunching Numbers to Figure Out Cit Bike Rebalancing (Businessweek)
    • Taking Selfies While Driving Is Dangerous, and WCBS Is On It
    • Walking All 120,000 Blocks of New York City, and Writing About It (Atlantic Cities)

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