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On the evening of Jan. 28 at around 8, tragedy struck when 22-year-old mother Malaysia Goodson fell down a flight of stairs trying to access the subway station at Seventh Avenue and 53rd Street. more
Amazon’s new 120,000- square-foot warehouse for New York deliveries is in the heart of both the South Bronx’s Asthma Alley and the poorest congressional district in the United States. more
At first I took umbrage with the Jan. 24 political cartoon on the Opinion page. I posted to the Bronx Council for Environmental Quality Facebook group, which started an online conversation. Now I thank cartoonist Dale Neseman for starting the discussion. more
I can’t imagine the joy Vladimir Putin must be feeling right now. more
Contrary to Mr. Deholczer’s recent letter, lawfully elected Honduran president Manuel Zelaya did nothing unlawful. True, he wanted to see his nation’s constitution amended to allow him to run for president again, but he did not try to have himself put on the ballot prior to such an amendment. He merely tried to have a non-binding referendum to see if the electorate would favor such an amendment. more
Whenever we see or hear Raoul Wallenberg’s name, it brings to mind the time he saved a cousin of mine and her baby, along with other Budapest Jews. more
We have seen massive public support to maintain the remaining charm of Spuyten Duyvil. more
Let me address certain statements you made in your Jan. 17 editorial. 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
Before the partial federal government shutdown temporarily ended last week, some accused House Speaker Nancy Pelosi of playing politics by dis-inviting President Trump from delivering his State of the Union address to a joint session of Congress. more
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