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With no agreement reached so far between the government and holdouts, The New York Times pointed fingers yesterday at US Judge Thomas Griesa and questioned his role in charge of the long-term legal battle.
Protesters who have been hounding longshot New York gubernatorial candidate Zephyr Teachout at her events have been working with the campaign of her rival in the Democratic primary, incumbent Gov. Andrew Cuomo.
Ace Greenberg at a charity event in New York in December 2006. Greenberg was James E. Cayne's predecessor at Bear Stearns.
The fall out continues over whether Governor Cuomo's top aid interfered with an ethics commission probe, with some now saying that the state's Attorney General, Eric Schneiderman, could have done more to protect the integrity of the investigations, and whether any actual crimes were committed.
Celeb chef/restaurateur Mario Batali's "What I'm Drinking Now" mini-column in the New York Times Magazine has ceased after a three-year run.
The electronic cigarette. Safer than the real thing? A way to quit smoking or a gateway to tobacco use? Electronic cigarette use is skyrocketing, revenue has reached the billions of dollars, legislators are talking about - and enacting - regulations, and more and more research is published every month.
Jan. 8, 2014: New York State Governor Andrew Cuomo delivers his fourth State of the State address from the New York State Capitol in Albany, New York.
A Warren Buffett -owned company that constructs glass and steel facades for high-rises and skyscrapers is opening a manufacturing and assembly facility in west Phoenix.
The GOP is working hard to rebrand its "War on Women" image, particularly after the Supreme Court's recent decision on Hobby Lobby has given Democratic candidates even more ammunition to wield reproductive health as an election issue.
When the New York Times starts praising religious activists, you know there's a deeper agenda at work.
Acclaimed comedy company, FaceOff Unlimited , hailed by The New York Times as "...Really Funny," has teamed up with entertainment veteran and award-winning Executive Producer John Lant to once again redefine the audience experience and innovate improvisational theatre! NADS is a laugh-out-loud ladies' night of fun that any fan of guy candy won't ... (more)
From the New York Times Magazine , a long article about how the Japanese have revolutionized the teaching of math in their schools using brilliant progressive methodologies invented in America.
After American authorities canceled flights to Israel's Ben Gurion airport, the rest of the West quickly followed suit.
Well, it seems "Papergate" just ensnared Montana Democratic Senator John Walsh. Mr. Walsh was appointed by Gov. Steve Bullock to replace outgoing Sen. Max Baucus, who decided to become the Obama administration's Ambassador to China.
Today, Ann Coulter took to Twitter to emote very strongly at Catholic figures who spoke out in favor of amnesty towards migrant children currently stuck at the U.S.-Mexico border and, in the meantime, fell in love with the capslock button.
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo speaks during a news conference to announce a tentative contract agreement in Midtown Manhattan in New York July 17, 2014.
Updated: Sat Jul 26, 2014 02:44 am
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