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Theft of rare books investigated at New York Public Library

11 hours agoNews : NY Daily News

The feds are investigating the theft of eight priceless books from the New York Public Library, including one written by Benjamin Franklin.

WWD Rolls Out Final Daily Print Edition

21 hours agoIndustries / Media : FishbowlLA

A year ago around this time, New York magazine switched from a weekly to a bi-weekly print schedule. Today, it is that publication’s turn to report on a similar industry transition. The end of an era! See you online @wwd! #turningthepage...Show More Summary

This Couple Was Just Named The Best, Or At Least The Loudest In New York, At — Guess What

A Brooklyn, New York, couple has just earned a unique distinction that they would rather not have — or at least, they’d prefer that their awkward honor had not become public knowledge. But perhaps they should talk to their neighbors,...Show More Summary

Student Accused Of Sex Assault By 3 Women Files Lawsuit Against Columbia And Art Professor

NEW YORK (AP) -- A Columbia University student sued the school Thursday, saying it failed to protect him against harassment when a female student went public with claims he raped her after school and law enforcement authorities rejected...Show More Summary

DevelopmentWatch: Historic Wilshire Temple Getting a Rem-Koohaas-Designed Event Center

The recently restored 1929 Wilshire Boulevard Temple is looking to build a neighboring structure to house special events for its congregation and the public, and they've asked starchitect Rem Koolhaas to do it. The New York Times reports that...

New York School District Sued for Denying Education to Refugees

The New York Civil Liberties Union filed a federal class action lawsuit saying that public schools in Utica, New York have been violating state law by denying refugees the opportunity to earn a high school diploma.

Books of The Times: Review: ‘After the Tall Timber,’ Renata Adler’s Collected Nonfiction

This new collection of Ms. Adler’s essays and reportage draws from her writings in The New Yorker, The New York Times and other publications.

BET Enters The Boxing Arena With Roc Nation Sports Alliance

2 days agoNews : Huffington Post

NEW YORK (AP) — BET is storming out of its corner with its first-ever rounds of professional boxing. The network, which has traditionally programmed entertainment, music, news and public affairs for the African-American audience,, told...Show More Summary

How Losing My Son to Meningitis Created a Community Dedicated to Awareness

Co-authored with Lynn Bozof New York, N.Y. -- I first met Lynn Bozof, president of the National Meningitis Association (NMA), three years ago when I wrote for this publication, Meningitis: Give Kids a Shot -- Save a Kid's Life. I was...Show More Summary

Bobby Jindal Is Being Bullied By The Gaywads, And He’s Not Gonna Take It Anymore!

Bobby Jindal, wingnut governor of Louisiana, is whining in a very public way. Why? Gays. Where? The New York Times. Jindal has penned an op-ed to let everybody know that, unlike those Republican pussies in Arkansas and Indiana, who caved...Show More Summary

“Cash Flowed to Clinton Foundation as Russians Pressed for Control of Uranium Company”

NYT sounding a little defensive: The New York Times’s examination of the Uranium One deal is based on dozens of interviews, as well as a review of public records and securities filings in Canada, Russia and the United States. Some … Continue reading ?

How Take Our Daughters to Work Day Allowed Men to "Come Out" As Public Parents

In 1993, a small article announcing Take Our Daughters to Work Day in New York City appeared in Parade Magazine. We created that day when I was the president of the Ms. Foundation for Women. The goal: To help stop the slide in girls'...Show More Summary

Nasdaq sets aside $31 million for ongoing Facebook IPO claims

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Nasdaq OMX Group said on Thursday it set aside $31 million for ongoing litigation arising from the bungled $16 billion initial public offering of Facebook Inc on its U.S. stock exchange in May 2012. The reserve is...Show More Summary

High costs hinder outfitting of U.S. cops with body cameras

2 days agoNews : The Newsroom

By Julia Edwards and Anjali Athavaley WASHINGTON/NEW YORK (Reuters) - A recent series of widely publicized police shootings of unarmed civilians has heightened interest across the United States in outfitting patrol officers with body cameras. Show More Summary

Mets Fans Have an Unfamiliar Feeling: Optimism

2 days agoSports / Baseball : Bats

The team is one of the hottest in baseball, giving supporters cautious hope that it can wrest control of bragging rights in New York City and capture the attention of the broader public from the Yankees.

Judge Rules MTA Must Run ‘Killing Jews Is Worship’ Ad on Buses, Subways

3 days agoNews : Mediaite

A New York judge ruled today that the Metropolitan Transit Authority -- a.k.a. NYC's public transit -- must run a pro-Israel group's controversial ads widely considered to be both anti-Islam that could also possibly incite violence against Jewish people?

Public Books — The Novel’s Forking Path

3 days agoNews : Huffington Post

April 1, 2015 — Reading Tom McCarthy’s Satin Island, it suddenly occurred to me why his 2005 novel Remainder is so good. It’s not the reason Zadie Smith gave in the New York Review of Books, however important that essay has been to winning McCarthy the readership he deserves. Show More Summary

FBI Acknowledges Massive Crime Lab Scandal

As reported in The New York Times, a FBI spokesperson on April 20, 2015 publicly acknowledged that for decades bureau crime lab hair identification experts gave bogus scientific testimony that adversely affected more than 250 state and federal criminal cases. Show More Summary

Philadelphia Eagles' Tim Tebow Signing More Than Publicity Stunt

December 17, 2012, the New York Jets' penultimate game of the season. On 3rd-and-1 from the Tennessee Titans' 25-yard line, Tim Tebow, lined up in shotgun formation, takes the snap and barrels forward in a most Tebowian way for a two-yard...Show More Summary

Lupica: De Blasio must help NYC before traveling across USA

3 days agoNews : NY Daily News

It wasn’t so long ago that Bill de Blasio’s job was being public advocate for New York City. Now he travels to Iowa and Nebraska and acts as if his current job — as mayor of the city — isn’t grand enough for him, for his vision or for his ambition.

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