Carl Kruger is expected to plead guilty today.
The mystery donor behind the $350 million gift to Cornell that helped them secure the engineering campus in the city has been unmasked–Charles F. Feeney.
The next target for the Occupy Movement? The Iowa Caucuses.
Moody’s said that the M.T.A faces credit strain on its revenue bonds after lawmakers scrapped an MTA payroll tax.
Michael Powell notes that the city has ventured into the living wage debate before.
Federal budget cuts will hurt a home heating program for over a million New Yorkers this winter.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo won’t provide extra money to regulate hydro-fracking.
And the DEC fears that they are being permanently downsized.
John Haggerty’s lawyers tried to portray his crime of stealing the mayor’s money as a desperate attempt to hold on to his family home.
Standardized tests will now be three hours long.
Is Liz Krueger raising funds for a mayoral run?
Sarah Palin said it’s not too late for “folks” to jump in the presidential race.
Rick Perry called the Wall Street bailout the biggest theft in the history of the United States.
A new national poll showed Mitt Romney and Newt Gingrich in a dead heat.
About 2,000 not-for-profits that own land in the city could soon lose their property-tax exemptions as the Bloomberg administration begins revoking the exemptions of those non-profits who have failed to file for exemptions.
The M.T.A is reducing the number of cops in subway stations even as crime spikes.
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