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The Democratic political establishment — both in the Bronx, and statewide — took a considerable hit last week when many of their candidates, including state Sen. Jeffrey Klein, lost bids to keep their jobs in Albany. more
When the U.S. Constitution was ratified in 1789, it provided for a number of civil liberties — many of which we still enjoy today. But where this great document really stumbled, however, was who exactly was allowed to step into the voting booth. more
A recent grand jury report in Pennsylvania singling out dozens of priests embroiled in the Catholic Church’s ongoing child abuse scandal has once again brought this painful topic to the forefront of our conversations. more
She may have unseated a deeply established congressman, but it appears Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez still has a little bit to learn about where it’s appropriate to keep media out, and where it’s not. more
City council is considering enacting new local laws they say will help with traffic congestion in Manhattan, and maybe give the taxi industry the boost they need. more
What does it mean to be transparent? more
If we looked deep into our DNA as a human species, we’d likely find some gene that makes us not only dislike change, but absolutely hate it. more
We don’t exactly live in a “1984” world, but it’s hard to imagine George Orwell getting too comfortable in today’s society. more
Journalists across the country last week observed a moment of silence for the five staffers killed at The Capital newspaper in Annapolis on June 28 — scheduled to observe the one-week anniversary of the shooting. more
To those opposed to the Hebrew Home at Riverdale’s plan to expand its campus to include New York City’s first continuing care retirement community, the rejection by members of Community Board 8’s land use committee earlier this month must have been music to their ears. more
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