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At a time when President Trump regularly attacks the news media, the Justice Department may be preparing to make it easier for the government to obtain journalists’ private communications data. more
For thousands of commuters and Spuyten Duyvil neighbors each day, the Villa Rosa Bonheur has been a part of their mental, emotional and physical landscape. It has been an anchor of peace, echoed by the green space that punctuates our neighborhood in a way not shared by other city communities. more
There is a very real risk to women’s right to control their reproductive choices, given the makeup of the U.S. Supreme Court. more
New York City always has been distinguished as America’s port of entry for immigrants from around the world, and Riverdale is one of New York’s neighborhoods most characterized by its warmth toward immigrants and its international diversity. more
The sun setting over the settlements on the other side is beautiful, turning the sky overlapping shades of warm colors. As the sky darkens, the buildings illuminate, pinpricks of light dotting the windows. more
One of the feelings I hate most is knowing that you could have saved something beautiful, irreplaceable, but couldn’t. more
For so many people here in New York and around the world, what does Raoul Wallenberg represent during his six-month Holocaust rescue mission, and his gulag survival experience? more
The outcome of elections in New York State should reflect the will of the people. But the unfortunate reality is that they often instead reflect the will of the powerful. more
Every once in a while, it seems, things do change. Democrats, with the help of labor and groups like the Working Families Party, Indivisible and No IDC New York, routed the Republican-allied Independent Democratic Conference, led by our own Sen. Jeff Klein. more
In his recent diatribe, Comrade Richard Warren blames the Obama administration for the 2009 Honduran constitutional crisis, pure fabrication. It was cowboy hat-wearing President Manuel Zelaya himself that caused the crisis when he violated the laws of his own country by attempting to change that country’s constitution and extend his presidential term limit. more
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