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One of the feelings I hate most is knowing that you could have saved something beautiful, irreplaceable, but couldn’t. more
For so many people here in New York and around the world, what does Raoul Wallenberg represent during his six-month Holocaust rescue mission, and his gulag survival experience? more
The outcome of elections in New York State should reflect the will of the people. But the unfortunate reality is that they often instead reflect the will of the powerful. more
Every once in a while, it seems, things do change. Democrats, with the help of labor and groups like the Working Families Party, Indivisible and No IDC New York, routed the Republican-allied Independent Democratic Conference, led by our own Sen. Jeff Klein. more
In his recent diatribe, Comrade Richard Warren blames the Obama administration for the 2009 Honduran constitutional crisis, pure fabrication. It was cowboy hat-wearing President Manuel Zelaya himself that caused the crisis when he violated the laws of his own country by attempting to change that country’s constitution and extend his presidential term limit. more
Back when I had far more time to read books — something that feels like an eternity ago these days — I would come to a complete stop when I found some sort of typographical or grammatical error in the text. more
Amidst the flurry of television advertisements for Christmas bargains, Medicare ran a series of its own, pushing Advantage Plans over traditional Medicare. Why was the government advertising for big insurance companies? And what else was the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services doing while we were preparing for the holidays? more
What ever happened to Brett Kavanaugh? more
(re: “Parks officials poised to pave Putnam Trail,” Nov. 22) Thank you for keeping the public informed on the current status of the Putnam Trail. We have several considerations … more
I was pounding a manual typewriter at The Riverdale Press on that fateful afternoon in November 1963 when we first received word that President John F. Kennedy had been shot in Dallas. Delivering the shocking news to staffers was a distraught woman who had burst into the weekly newspaper’s storefront office. more
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