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8:43 AM EST on November 23, 2016

    • De Blasio Doubts Trump Could Cut Off Federal Funding to NYC (Politico)
    • Former Cuomo Confidantes Percoco and Kaloyeros Indicted in Bribery Probe (NYTPolitico)
    • 1 Rush Hour L Train = 2,000 Cars, and Other Fun Facts From RPA
    • Tish James Recommends Ways to Improve Transit Access to NYC Airports (AMNY)
    • Motorist Arrested After Killing 88-Year-Old Savas Maounis in Astoria Crosswalk (News)
    • Cuomo’s Office Says He’ll Sign Bill to Regulate Car Window Tint (Post)
    • Schumer Backs Federal Policy to Mechanically Limit Truck Speeds (Advance)
    • Family of Peter and Lillian Sabados Still Mourning as Couple’s Killer Walks Free (Advance)
    • Mayor’s Office and Community Groups to Hold Stop-and-Frisk Forum on Saturday (DNA)
    • NYC Standing Up to Trump Is Like George Wallace Menacing Black Students, Says Post
    • Tri-State: Not Everything Is Terrible; NYers Thankful They Aren’t Driving This Weekend (NY1)

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