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When it comes to finally passing the New York Health Act, senate Democrats are really taking it on the chin. more
In August 1940, a young bespectacled American took a room in the Hotel Suisse in Marseilles. Later he changed to the more stately Hotel Splendide, and his name became famous among the refugees who were swarming the streets of Marseilles. more
To the editor: (re: “Collegian confronts congressman over Israel, Ilhan Omar,” April 25) Thank you to The Riverdale Press and reporter Heather J. Smith for the front-page story … more
“Am I tone deaf?” asks Larry Kudlow. Wilbur Ross, telling furloughed federal workers to get a loan (based on what income collateral, sir?) and their boss who cares not one whit about those workers struggling to keep a roof over their head, so he can positively grandstand. more
Today the trifecta for the politically correct crowd is female, Muslim and of color. more
While lists of self-help books keep growing with a never-ending list of self-help books, even as rates of depression and suicide continue to grow, we need to stop and ask ourselves about this discrepancy. more
Concepts of Independence was founded in 1977 and spearheaded the first rollout of consumer-directed personal assistance in 1980. In 1995, the Human Resources Administration of New York City became an integral part of implementing CDPA on the local level. Why did it take more than a decade for HRA to acknowledge the existence of CDPA? more
My late father used to say about under-achievers: “Everyone wants to play with the giants.” more
George Diaz Jr.’s chances of becoming this area’s next Assemblyman are about as great as Donald Trump jumping to the Democratic Party. Not just because Jeffrey Dinowitz is so entrenched as a longtime politician with no term limits, but because a real threat to Dinowitz would have to come, more or less, from Riverdale. more
If you would have told New Yorkers seven years ago that the jails on Rikers Island would be closing, they would have not believed you. more
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