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8:58 AM EST on January 3, 2018

    • NYC Lives and Dies by the Subway (NYT)
    • Cuomo May or May Not Invoke Road Pricing in Today's SOTS (NY1, WSJ)
    • Either Way, Marcia Kramer (CBS) and the Times Are Hot to Stoke Outrage
    • More SOTS: Cuomo Expected to Propose Red Hook Subway Line (PoliticoPost)
    • Presumptive Council Speaker Johnson Talks MTA, Road Pricing, Development (NYT, Voice, Politico)
    • Gateway: Trump Threatens to "Kill the Hostage" (NYT, Politico); PostNews: Right On
    • Every Subway Station Finally Has a Countdown Clock (News, Post)
    • More Coverage of de Blasio's Bollard Announcement: NYT, News, Post
    • Driver Arrested for Union Square Hit-and-Run Killing of Adrian Blanc (AP)
    • Marty Golden Is Still Abusing His City Hall-Issued Parking Placard (NY1, Post)

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