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8:49 AM EDT on May 21, 2014

    • Number of Manhattan Gas Stations Has Dropped 35 Percent in 10 Years (WNYC)
    • NYPD Doles Out More Than 1,000 Tickets at Single Elmhurst Intersection in Five Days (DNA)
    • Non-Binding Federal Mediator Sides With LIRR Unions Over MTA (WNYC)
    • MTA Inspector General Finds "Rampant Nepotism" at NYC Transit's Security Division (News)
    • Will Big Box Development Siphon Customers From Throggs Neck's Main Street Merchants? (BxTimes)
    • Taxi Mogul Complains About Revolving Door Between TLC and Uber (Capital)
    • Seven Injured in Three-Car Crash in Meiers Corner, Staten Island (DNA)
    • Victim of Astoria Sidewalk Driving Maniac: "Everything Hurts Right Now" (Post)
    • How Not to Use the 9th Street Bike Lane (FiPS)
    • Ray Ploshansky Is the Aaron Naparstek of "Girls" (DNA)

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