With a last-ditch gimmick to get a “quick win” on repealing and replacing Obamacare before the summer recess in the balance, Sen. John McCain stood before his Senate colleagues last week to deliver a classic speech on bipartisanship and parliamentary ...
In my 14 years of law enforcement service, I would be lying if I said I never wanted to hit a suspect’s head on the side of the car.
If it were not for President Trump’s comment instructing the police not to be “too nice” when taking suspects into custody, the hot item this week would be Trump helping his son draft a misleading statement about his involvement with ...
The residents of Harlem have every right to be furious about the state of the subways. This crisis needs immediate attention. As mayor, I am doing all I can to help the MTA (which runs the subways) and the State ...
They come to our neighborhoods in vans and in cars.
I believe the number of homeless veterans is approximately 30,000. An important point to make is homelessness is not just about shelter.
At a crucial juncture in the fight for civil rights, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. warned President John F. Kennedy not to “accommodate injustice to maintain political balance.” Today, few politicians are willing to speak out against the injustice in ...
Instead of focusing on how to go to bat for the governor, Local 100 leadership should be focusing on its own members and on the riders and taxpayers who foot all the bills.
President Trump is obsessed with two Democrats: Hillary Clinton, who he defeated in the last election, though he doesn’t seem completely convinced, and his predecessor in the Oval Office, Barack Obama.
It’s sad that that every time President Donald Trump does or says something outrageous or thoughtless, Republicans offer the excuse that he is new and doesn’t know what is required or expected of a president.
I am writing this letter, supporting point guard Derrick Rose continuing to play in the Garden.
Retweet. Comment. Like. Snap. Direct message. Twitter. Facebook. Snapchat. Instagram. The world has certainly changed over the past 10 years, and social media has played a massive role in the transformation.
As a Black man who has no formal education and training in the field of law, I understand that America operates by the rule of law.
Whispers of treason have become bold accusations as the investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential election turns from simmer to boil.
President Trump may be temporarily exasperated in his plan to demolish his predecessor’s legacy, but he is no less dangerous and will certainly look for other ways to continue his mission of destruction.