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8:56 AM EDT on August 3, 2016

    • Bratton Out (NYT, WSJ, PoliticoPost); O'Neill In (NYT 1, 2; Politico 1, 2WSJNY1Post; News)
    • The Post Says O'Neill Likes to Ride His Bike, and His Harley
    • MTA Plans Select Bus Service Between Downtown Brooklyn and Bushwick (Bklyn Paper)
    • DOT Report Finds Seniors Disproportionately at Risk From Drivers Turning Left (News)
    • Hit-and-Run Driver Kills Roberts Nukheimra, 29, on Van Wyck Service Road (News)
    • NYPD Arrests Unlicensed Hit-and-Run Driver Who Killed Two People in Cypress Hills (News, NY1)
    • NYPD Loses Evidence From Crash That Killed Bob Simon (Post)
    • Cuomo Makes a Show of Dropping Mosquito Larvicide Onto Subway Tracks (PoliticoPost, AMNY)
    • City Parks More Popular and Crowded Than Ever (NYT)
    • Staten Island Advance Editorial Board Takes Fare Hikes Personally

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