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8:59 AM EST on November 5, 2014

    • Republicans Gain Control of U.S. Senate (NYT, Politico) and State Senate (NYT, WSJ)
    • Cuomo Wins (NYT, PostNews); In Second Term, Post Asks Him to Come Clean on TZB
    • Mayor Bill de Blasio Faces Uphill Battle to Get Anything From Albany (NYT, CapNY)
    • Flushing Commons Construction Poses Traffic Safety Hazard, Residents Say (WCBS)
    • Electeds Send Letter to EDC Asking for East River Ferry Extension to LES, Pier 6 in Brooklyn (DNA)
    • Man Sues Citi Bike for Head Injury; Company Will Tell Judge He Should Have Worn Helmet (News)
    • IBO: Moving Trash From Trucks to Rail and Barge Would Triple City's Waste Disposal Costs (Post)
    • Gowanus NIMBYs Sue to Stop Parole Office, in Part to Make Sure It Builds More Parking (Bklyn Paper)
    • Nigerian Consulate Fixes Cracked Sidewalk After More Than a Decade of Finger-Pointing (DNA)
    • NYPD Officer Injured When Cruiser Is Rear-Ended by Another Driver; "No Criminality" (Advance)
    • Tonight: Look at Potential BRT Plans for Woodhaven and Cross Bay Boulevards (Brownstoner)

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