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8:53 AM EST on November 24, 2014

    • Andrea Bernstein Explains Why Drivers Who Kill Face No Consequences (WNYC)
    • Here's How Insanely Reckless You Have to Drive to Get a Felony Indictment From the Queens DA (News)
    • Hit-and-Run Driver Who Killed Naiem Uddin, 14, Will Deploy the "I Didn't See Him" Defense (News)
    • Man Getting Drive-Thru McDonald's Doesn't Stop for the Human Being He Ran Over (Post)
    • Right-of-Way Photobombed Verrazano Bridge 50th Anniversary in Classic Fashion (DNA, Bklyn Paper)
    • Times Union Rips Cuomo for Trying to Use Clean Water Funds on Tappan Zee Construction
    • A Handful of Business Owners Won't Rest Until They Destroy Ozone Park Pedestrian Plaza (QChron)
    • 2nd Ave Sagas Underwhelmed By MTA Reinvention Commission Report
    • Pedestrian Environment Around Atlantic Yards Will Get Worse Before It Gets Better (Bklyn Paper)
    • Daily News: Build the Cross Harbor Freight Tunnel
    • Market-Priced Off-Street Vehicle Storage -- Outrageous! (DNA)

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