BYRON YORK: A Brief Theory Of Trump’s Outrageousness. The first thing to remember is that many of Trump’s supporters, and a large part of the American public in general, support the very statements others consider outrageous. Deport 11 million illegal immigrants? Many Americans, including almost everyone in the media, think that’s crazy. But many other […]
There was an interesting lead editorial in Wednesday's New York Times, forcefully in favor of demands from a black protest group at Princeton University to erase President Woodrow Wilson's name from the university's public policy institute because of his vile racial views and support for Jim Crow. Show More Summary
Donald Trump publicly mocked and humiliated a New York Times reporter with a physical disability. Trump mocked Serge Kovaleski during a campaign rally in South Carolina on Tuesday after calling him a “nice reporter.” Kovalevski lives with arthrogryposis, a condition that causes his hand to rest at unusual angles and is characterized by joint contractures. Kovalevski [...]
The son of a New York mobster has warned ISIS to stay the hell out of the Big Apple and believes ‘Hollywood gangsters’ such as Robert De Niro and Al Pacino need to step up to the plate and publicly make a stand against ISIS. Giovanni Gambino, whose father is a key figure in the... Show More Summary
Forbes has published its annual valuations of NHL franchises and analysis of the business of hockey. And although individual clubs and the league always dispute Forbes’ assessments on the basis that the financial publication hasn’t looked at their books or doesn’t have complete financial data,...
IN A rare public appearance on the evening of November 20th, John Roberts, the chief justice of the United States, gave a talk at the New York University School of Law. The subject of the chief’s presentation was one of Mr Roberts’sShow More Summary
Amazon is asking New York's public transit system to remove a set of ads that plastered Nazi and Imperial Japanese imagery across subway cars after the promotion sparked a loud backlash, a source familiar with the situation confirmed...Show More Summary
Visitors will only be able to see this exhibit at the McGraw Rotunda inside the Stephen A. Schwarzman Building.
NEW YORK—At a loss as to how they could emerge from a weekend of regular-season football without any fresh insight whatsoever, ashamed and humbled members of the sports media admitted to the public Tuesday that they learned absolutely nothing from week 11 of the NFL season. Show More Summary
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The New York City parks department is soliciting suggestions from regular people on how to improve park borders Public Works looks at public space, urban design, and city-building innovations from around the world, and considers what Toronto might learn from them. Show More Summary
Lupita Nyong’o strolls into the Public Theater for a matinee show of her off-Broadway play on Sunday (November 22) in New York City. The 32-year-old actress looked cozy in a red flannel jacket,a colorful chunky scarf, and a brown fedora. PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Lupita Nyong’o Lupita is also pictured heading into [...]
Nearly a year after a Staten Island grand jury decided not to indict the police officers involved in Eric Garner's death, sparking massive protests, New York's highest court has declined to hear an appeal requesting the release of the grand jury transcripts. Such documents usually aren't made public, but the... More »
A Recipe For Trouble At New York City Museum When more than a half dozen people shake their heads in disbelief at a museum announcement, and make a point of asking me what I think, I’d say it was time to weigh in publicly. … read more AJBlog: Real Clear Arts Published 2015-11-23 Sugarcoating Gonzales-Torres’ […]
A new initiative in New York City hospitals shines a light on an issue that many women face after giving birth: postpartum depression. First Lady Of New York Chirlane McCray announced last week that all of the city's public hospitals...Show More Summary
New York Daily News covers on November 18 ("NRA'S SICK JIHAD") and today ("NOWHERE TO HIDE, JIHADI WAYNE") have accused the NRA of placing the right to purchase guns ahead of public safety from terrorist attacks. The paper's bogus claim...Show More Summary
The battle over New York City's charter schools is heating up again. Revelations that administrators at Success Academy in Fort Greene, Brooklyn—one of the city's 205 privately owned, publicly... To view the full story, click the title link.
On Monday's Morning Joe, the crew discussed New York Police Commissioner William Bratton's appearance on Sunday's Meet the Press. Joe Scarborough played a clip of Bratton begging Congress to pass a law preventing people on the government's terrorism watch list from buying guns. Scarborough echoed the plea as well.
In a recent interview with the New York Times, Dr. Ben Carson explained his views on everything from vaccine efficacy to Creationism. It'll make your head explode if you let it. The Republican Presidential candidate says he's a Creationist, though not necessarily a Young Earth Creationist, as if that's really any better. Show More Summary
A federal jury considering whether to convict Sheldon Silver, one of New York’s most powerful politicians for two decades, is scheduled to hear closing arguments in his public corruption trial on Monday. U.S. prosecutors in New YorkShow More Summary