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First, let me introduce myself. I am a 28-year old immigrant from Poland. I moved to New York six years ago and I currently live in Brooklyn. I graduated from
Riding the F train to Brooklyn last night, I noticed a poster from the World Trade Center Environmental Health Center. It features a young couple with their daughter and the
When many American children-- boys or girls of any ethnic background -- are born, they often are told by proud parents, "You can be anything you want to be, even
I'd like to think that electing Barack Obama for president would perhaps permeate our nation with his level of brilliance and intellect, but I'm afraid unquenchable greed and a myopic
Councilmember Oliver Koppell
The bill, requested in early September, has since been abandoned, Koppell said, because it's identical to the mayor's legislation, which was proposed a
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This story was updated on Tuesday, Oct. 7, to reflect recent events at City Hall.
UPDATE: New Yorkers have debated the subject for more than 15
Should term limits be extended from two to three terms, allowing Mayor Michael Bloomberg and dozens of other term-limited politicians to run again?
Sorry, Polling is Closed!
No, the voters have spoken
Last month, Verizon started offering cable television over its all-fiber optic network for the first time in New York City. Verizon's FiOS-TV launch presents a direct challenge to Time Warner
Images courtesy of kbaird/Kevin Baird, Nicole Marti, tshein and jovike / John V. Keogh.
The turbulent financial market events of recent days demonstrably signal the end of Wall Street as we
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Councilmember Oliver Koppell, a career politician who has gone from state attorney general to a member of the Bronx delegation in City Hall, needs a new job.