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Banking is as old as civilization itself. It’s said that ancient couriers taking goods from one settlement to the next would receive loans in the form of grain. more
Andrew Cohen was mad in 2017, claiming the city’s homeless services department was “dumping another shelter on the Broadway corridor.” more
After the first full year of Donald Trump’s presidency, the online news outlet Axios discovered something rather disturbing in a poll conducted by SurveyMonkey — more than a third of Americans had lost faith in democracy. more
Ruth Bader Ginsburg was a full foot shorter than her predecessor on the bench, but what she lacked in physical size, she made up for in her legal genius, her charisma, and a determination no one could break. more
Cars and pedestrians don’t get along. We all know that — especially when cars are going fast. more
Restaurants are big business in this country. At least $900 billion, according to the National Restaurant Association — bigger than grocery stores, and even hospitals, by some estimates. more
As someone who would likely want to serve on the city council sooner rather than later, one might expect Jessica Haller to be elated to learn Andrew Cohen is stepping down from his seat a year sooner than expected. more
It’s dangerous to be a cop. A dozen cops are injured on average every day within the New York Police Department, according to internal data, with officers facing serious injury more than twice a week. more
Six months following the devastating terrorist attacks of 9/11, the Municipal Art Society of New York and Creative Time got together at the former site of the World Trade Center’s twin towers, shining a pair of massive blue beams from New York City’s skyline into the heavens. more
It was a bug that no one could see, unless you were looking for it. And even then, the only place you would find it was in computer software. more
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