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In unique fashion, the Vineyard Theatre zeroes in on a true story in Tina Satter’s “Is This A Room.” In the timeline of the Trump presidency, this account of a U.S. Air Force veteran with a curious name might get overshadowed by the daily fireworks of the news cycle. But this theatre piece brings Reality Winner’s predicament into tight focus by detailing a wary encounter between two big players — the FBI and the National Security Agency. more
Who are your neighbors supporting in the upcoming presidential election? Depending on which neighborhood you live in, it’s either Bernie Sanders or Elizabeth Warren. more
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi originally hoped a Donald Trump impeachment inquiry could be wrapped up just in time for families to sit down and enjoy their Thanksgiving dinner. Bill Weitz, however, had a much different message on Sunday. more
It's no secret the U.S. House is knee-deep in an inquiry on whether it should impeach President Donald Trump. But what many might now know is that some of the conversations congressional members and their staffs are having with their foreign counterparts is a bit educational, too. more
As the Trump administration doubles down on its efforts to not cooperate with the U.S. House in its impeachment inquiry, the three committee chairs at the forefront of the initial investigation — including U.S. Rep. Eliot Engel — have said the latest efforts to stop an ambassador from appearing before them could be construed as obstruction. more
In Washington, these days, just about every conversation is noun, verb and “impeachment.” The U.S. House of Representatives is formally exploring making Donald Trump just the fourth president in the country’s 231-year history to face the ultimate congressional rebuke, but U.S. Rep. Adriano Espaillat has formally been calling for such extreme action against Trump since 2017. more
Maurice Knobbe was a man unafraid of speaking up, no matter how unpopular the words were he shared. He would write a letter to the editor each week, sometimes two, a primary reason why then-editor Bernard L. Stein started limiting how often letter-writers could appear in the pages of The Riverdale Press in the late 1990s. more
Think flavored e-cigarettes are on their way out, with the stroke of President Donald Trump’s pen? Chuck Schumer says to think again. more
It was hard for anyone at the White House to catch their breath last week, as not only did the Trump administration’s revolving door continue to spin quite quickly, but the president faced controversy over how he handled Hurricane Dorian more
A bill that was pushed through Albany by both Assemblyman Jeffrey Dinowitz and state Sen. Alessandra Biaggi is now law. Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s signature has made Erin’s Law an actual law, which supporters say will require public schools to teach children about how to recognize and react to inappropriate behavior from adults. more
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