By Gregory Kane | 10/30/13 06:37 PM
Why, shades of the 1960s! It’s been a while since a group of college students caused a campus event to be shut down. I might be wrong, but I have a hunch it hasn’t been done since those student anti-war upheavals over 40 years ago. This past Tuesday, New York City Police Commissioner Ray...
By Associated Press | 10/29/13 01:40 PM
NEW YORK (AP) — The race for Brooklyn district attorney, practically an election afterthought in years past, is steadily heating up. A stream of attacks and harsh ads have piled up since longtime DA Charles "Joe" Hynes lost the Democratic primary to former federal prosecutor Ken Thompson and...
10/29/13 07:16 AM
(www.nytimes.com) In his nearly 10 years with Cablevision and Madison Square Garden, owned by the Dolans, Joseph J. Lhota advocated generous benefits for his employer, which cost the city millions of dollars a year.
By Luke Rosiak | 10/29/13 05:15 AM
A high rating in the prestigious LEED certification program may bear little relation to actual greenhouse gas emissions of New York office towers, according to a Washington Examiner analysis.
By Associated Press | 10/28/13 07:09 PM
NEW YORK — His campaign facing long odds with Election Day just over a week away, New York City mayoral hopeful Joe Lhota went on the offensive again Monday, this time attacking opponent Bill de Blasio for his role in green-lighting Brooklyn's sprawling Atlantic Yards development. Lhota, the...
By Associated Press | 10/25/13 09:20 AM
NEW YORK — President Obama will visit an experimental New York City vocational school to praise it as a model of a public-private partnership.
By Associated Press | 10/24/13 02:43 PM
NEW YORK (AP) — An appeals court has handed a victory to wealthy backers of New York City mayoral candidate Joe Lhota. The 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled Thursday that individuals can contribute more than $150,000 to a group supporting the Republican nominee. The decision reversed...
By Associated Press | 10/22/13 02:43 PM
ALBANY, N.Y. — Though Wall Street recorded $10.1 billion in profits for the first half of 2013, New York's comptroller said Tuesday that federal budget dithering, higher interest rates and litigation may slow earnings for the last half in a securities industry that's kept trimming jobs.
By Tim Mak | 10/22/13 12:04 PM
GUANTANAMO BAY, CUBA - A military commission trying the planners of the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks on the United States for war crimes kicked off a series of hearings this week on motions filed by lawyers for the self-proclaimed 9/11 mastermind Khalid Sheikh Mohammed and four other...
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