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8:57 AM EST on November 3, 2014

    • De Blasio, Bratton Quash Rumors of a Break-up After Top NYPD Exec Resigns (News)
    • Someone Tell Denis Hamill That Entitled NYC Motorists Honk All the Time With a 30 MPH Limit (News)
    • Hit-and-Run Driver Kills Man in Brownsville (Gothamist)
    • All MTA News Is Top-Secret Until Cuomo Runs Up the Score on Election Day (2nd Ave Sagas)
    • Rail or Trail for the Rockaway Beach Line -- How About Both? (News)
    • It Took Two Deaths for the MTA to Ban a Bus Turn at Dangerous Ridgewood Intersection (DNA)
    • Driver Strikes Man Near Marathon Course in Fort Greene (News)
    • Another Victim-Blaming Leak From NYPD Turns Into a Victim-Blaming Daily News Headline
    • When Streets Are for Cars Only, Even a Youth Football Game Can Turn a Block Into a Parking Lot (DNA)
    • New Cap'n Transit Series: What to Do With Sunnyside Rail Yards
    • Today in Incompetent Police Driving... (Animal)

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