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In 1973, there was a popular movie called “The Paper Chase” having to do with the education of a group of students at Harvard Law School. more
It’s been about four months since the sweeping Housing Stability and Tenant Protection Law was passed by the New York state legislature and signed by the governor. more
The United States is considered the greatest country on Earth. Rich in tourist attractions and popular culture, its citizens are secure in the safest place on Earth from external terrorist attacks. more
Glad to hear that Bronx borough president Ruben Diaz Jr., is on board with legalizing marijuana, as Kirstyn Brendlen recently reported. How timely with this coming Dec. 5 marking the 86th anniversary of the repeal of the 18th Amendment. more
Eliot Engel has been in Congress for 30 years. In that time, there have been profound changes in U.S. politics — changes that are not reflected in Mr. Engel’s environmental record. more
I remember it as if it just happened today. more
Journalists relentlessly pursue the truth in order to provide citizens with the information they need to be self-governing. And yet, for journalists, doing that work can be risky, dangerous, and even cost lives. more
I’m voting “no” on the bad PSC-CUNY contract as we must bargain for the common good, free college and no austerity pay. more
The FDA just greenlit a new treatment for osteoporosis, a therapy for advanced bladder cancer, and a pill that can cure smallpox. more
Who said Latin is a “dead language,” forever to be confined within the boundaries of Roman antiquity? more
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