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New Haven Register op-ed: Another Son Stopped for Being Black at Yale, by Stephen Carter (Yale): The columnist Charles M. Blow of the New York Times has sparked debate this week by his disclosure that his son, a student at Yale College, was stopped at gunpoint by a Yale police...
There must be some root reason giants like the New York Times, the Washington Post, the Associated Press, and the network news shows are consistently liberal.
Mel Brooks doesn’t know how to waste time. He dives into his one-man show the second he has quieted the preemptive standing ovation (“At the end, if I’m good, we can do this part”) to launch into jokes about growing up in New York’s Borscht Belt. Show More Summary
By Ellen Wulfhorst NEW YORK (Reuters) - Attorneys at a New York City public defenders' office participated in an online video that advocated the killing of police officers, featuring the lyrics "time to start killing these coppers," a city investigation disclosed on Thursday. Show More Summary
NEW YORK — It’s time for the multiple listing service to go back to its roots and remember its main reason for being: to foster cooperation between agents. That’s according to several real estate leaders asked to imagine their “dream”...
Eli Manning may not be playing in the Super Bowl this year, but he is becoming a dad for the third time! According to Us Weekly, the 34-year-old New York Giants quarterback is expecting his third child with wife Abby McGrew. The couple is already parents to daughters Ava Frances, 3 and Lucy, 19 months. [...]
The New York Knicks have never had a hard time disappointing their rabid fanbase with losses, but now they're evoking the same emotion for finishing games on the other side of the box score. The Knicks, who have three separate losing streaks of at least seven games this season, have suddenly ripped off four wins over their last five outings. Show More Summary
Steve Rhodes via Flickr Harry Campbell has already been featured in The New York Times for his expertise (he runs the blog and podcast The Rideshare Guy). You may have even heard him recently on NPR's Marketplace Tech. It's not uncommon for rideshare drivers to drive for multiple services, and Campbell drives for three. Show More Summary
The New York Times Style section published a story this week on This.cm, the Atlantic Media funded social platform we wrote about this summer. While there’s no doubt the platform has grown since August, not everyone agreed with the headline. Are people really clamouring for @thisdotcm invites? http://t.co/IV48wKm1IT — Owen Williams (@ow) January 28, 2015...
Doug Mills, a veteran staff photographer with The New York Times, talks about the differences between covering the White House and the Super Bowl.
Then again, YOLO. Want to out-douche the frat boys next door throwing a Super Bowl rager? Just serve $4,900 wings coated in unnecessarily extravagant toppings. According to the Los Angeles Times, the latest stunt by New York City's Old...Show More Summary
A rogue US scientist has been jailed following the discovery that he promised to build 40 nuclear weapons for Venezuela in a 10 years time period. He was also specifically designing a bomb to target New York City. In exchange for his...Show More Summary
New York Times New York Times Executive Editor Dean Baquet hasn’t yet decided what will become of The New York Times’ national race beat now that Tanzina Vega has been reassigned to cover the Bronx courthouse, public editor MargaretShow More Summary
Last year was a period of transformation for Time Out New York. Terri White, who joined the publication last January as editor-in-chief, restructured the editorial staff and brought on a new award-winning art director, Chris Deacon. “I really believe the success of Time Out meant becoming a true multiplatform brand in New York. Show More Summary
Bed nets intended to prevent malaria are used in fishing communities in Zambia to fish for food, which is sold in the local market, according to a report in the New York Times. The nets also trap fingerlings necessary for future stock. Show More Summary
“U.S. suddenly goes quiet on effort to bolster Afghan forces” was the headline in the New York Times that caught my attention. How, pray tell, does a nation go quiet on a $65 billion endeavor? It stops talking. Score another victory for the forces of overclassification in the name of national security. The Times reports […]
When Steve Jobs died, the New York Times ran a quote about what he did for society: " You touched an ugly world of technology and made it beautiful." You can see it in the Jobsian products that now surround us: the MacBook, iPhone, and iPad. Show More Summary
lev radin / Shutterstock.com Loretta Lynch attends the funeral for slain NYPD Officer Wenjian Liu in January of this year. The New York Times yesterday published Carl Hulse and Matt Apuzzo's report on the Senate panel hearings for attorney general nominee Loretta Lynch. Show More Summary
On January 25, the New York Times posted an article by their Israel correspondent, Jodi Rudoren, about a new Israeli film, Censored Voices, directed by Mor Loushy. The film deals with Israeli war crimes committed during the 1967 war between Israel and Egypt, Syria, and Jordan. Show More Summary