Wednesday, April 16, 2014


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City Disbands NYPD's Muslim Surveillance Division

The city on Tuesday announced it has disbanded the NYPD's post-9/11 surveillance division created to spy on Muslim communities, which the former administration had argued was constitutionally protected. Updated 4:07 PM

The city is looking for ways to get taxis to slow down as part of Mayor Bill de Blasio's 'Vision Zero' campaign to end traffic deaths including devices that can intervene when a driver speeds.

Updated 1:27 PM

MTA Awards $625M in East Side Access Contracts

The Metropolitan Transportation Authority this week announced it has entered into agreements worth more than $625 million combined in projects associated with East Side Access project.

3:54 PM

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NY1 Online: Wiseguys Weigh In on Whether Rangel Can Hold Onto His Seat

The NY1 Wiseguys - former U.S. Sen. Alfonse D'Amato and two guests, former Assemblyman Roberto Ramirez and former Rep. Anthony Weiner - told Inside City Hall's Errol Louis if they thought the dean of the city's congressional delegation, Charles Rangel, can hold on to his seat, and if the mayor might be stepping back from a campaign promise to ban carriage horses in the city.

04/15/2014 10:37 PM



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