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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
Giving blood is giving the gift of life, something collection groups like the American Red Cross have proclaimed for many years. more
The passing of fashion designer Kate Spade and chef Anthony Bourdain didn’t go unnoticed. Nor should it, considering both were celebrities known by millions for the clothing accessories they brought to stores, or opening the world of famous restaurant kitchens. more
Many people’s exposure to the Fifth Amendment comes from court shows and the like, when someone on the stand “pleads the Fifth.” more
As 2013 was drawing to a close, an editorial appearing in this very space talked about the need to work together — with our government agencies, with our elected officials, and most especially, with our neighbors. more
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