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8:46 AM EST on January 13, 2017

    • Will Trump Back Gateway? Who Knows! (Politico)
    • This Villager 14th Street Piece Is Mashugana, Right Down to the Photo Caption
    • Livery Driver Hits Child on Brooklyn Sidewalk; NYPD: "Medical Episode" (NewsPost)
    • Nothing to See Here: Bronx Officer Indicted for Driving Drunk in NYPD Patrol Car (Post)
    • De Blasio to Develop Vacant Lots for 440 Affordable Housing Units (News)
    • DDC's Astor Place Revamp -- Justin Davidson Is Into It (NY Mag)
    • Oddo Proposes Variable Tolling on Hugh Carey Tunnel During BQE Repairs (Advance)
    • Staten Island Politicos Spitball Cuomo Pick to Succeed Prendergast (Advance)
    • Another Story on How Nerve-Wracking It Is to Earn a Living Driving a Cab (NYT)
    • What a Lifetime of Victim-Shaming Does to You (NYT)

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