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Monday’s Headlines: Corrupt ex-cop suspected of killing girlfriend, wounding another



[HARKAVY is now blogging at The Smart Asset]

Your Monday New York headlines:

Ex-police officer fired for corruption is suspected of killing his Brooklyn girlfriend, wounding another yesterday.

Brooklyn teenager, 17, chases troublemakers from a party, drops dead of a heart attack.

Father picks up Pace University degree for daughter killed by drunk driver.

Foreclosed homes go fast at massive Javits Center auction; a few protested outside.

Bill Thompson steamed that city overtime pay topped $1 billion last year.

Mob no longer controlling bus drivers’ union vote, says the Times. Sure about that? See the Voice‘s Tom Robbins on the ‘bus fellas’ union.

Revival in the Rockaways is slipping away with abandoned stores.

A couple of night sky lovers want the city to turn out the lights long enough for folks to see stars.

Despite slam by Jon Stewart, CNBC doing just fine in the recession.

Carr: It’s time newspapers started colluding to save themselves.

A-Rod to have hip surgery this morningJeter says Yanks will “be all right” without him.

Rangers win third straight, beating Buffalo 4-3.

Nets hand Knicks a 106-101 loss.

Find it at

Michael Musto’s blog (La Daily Musto) and column (La Dolce Musto)

Wayne Barrett: news features and latest blogging

Tom Robbins: the column and latest blogging

News blog Runnin’ Scared, featuring Roy Edroso, and including Jockbeat by Allen Barra

Music & arts blog, Sound of the City

Food blog Fork in the Road

Ward Harkavy blogs the financial world at The Smart Asset

J. Hoberman’s film reviews

Michael Feingold’s theater reviews

Robert Sietsema’s food column, Counter Culture

Sarah DiGregorio’s food column, Fork in the Road

Rob Harvilla’s music column, Down in Front

Graham Rayman’s news features and latest blogging

Elizabeth Dwoskin’s news features and latest blogging

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