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Today’s Headlines for Tuesday, November 28

    • Lawsuit Against Uber for Data Breach Filed by Foxx, Emanuel (Whose Brother Is on the Board) (WSJ)
    • Police: Cabbie Sped Away From a River North Crash, Causing More Crashes (Tribune)
    • Three 17-Year-Olds Charged With Beating and Robbing Man on Green 35th Platform (Tribune)
    • A CTA Planner, an Active Trans Rep, and a Cabbie Discuss How the Uber Fee Should be Used (CityLab)
    • Emergency Track Repairs Delay Metra BNSF Trains During Morning Rush (ABC)
    • TOD at Sunnyside/Broadway by Wilson Stop Would Have 144 Units, 7 Car Spaces (Curbed)
    • Slow Roll Giving Tuesday Crowdfunding Campaign to Hire Director, Build Bike Fleet
    • Metropolitan Planning Council Is Also Asking for Support Today
    • More Bike-Related Nonprofits You Can Help Out Today (Including SBC) (The Chainlink)

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