Tucked into Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s presentation on his $100 billion plan to invest in the state’s infrastructure last week was
Our city and state government has officially gone insane for the past decade. But the Governor has missed numerous opportunities
Bill de Blasio could well be the most mired mayor in New York City history. As the subject of multiple investigations at the state and federal level, he's not just tabloid fodder.
Ethics is something that was taught in ancient Greece and was once neatly woven into our secondary education system. Ethics classes, like civics classes, are now rarely found on the high school level in this country. Isn't it time to resurrect this again?
The last place we imagined our daughters would be objectified would be while riding the New York City subway to school. There are three ads currently on display from Doctor's Plastic Surgery -- one more offensive than the other.
New York City, the greatest metropolis in the world, looks great on the outside. There are gleaming luxury high-rise buildings, shiny new neighborhoods and energetic tourists everywhere. But looks are deceiving.
We should do everything in our power to transition the bright minds at IPEC into the clean renewable energy sector in New York, which is growing daily. Let's keep them employed -- and then some. But most importantly, let's keep this country safe.
Bloom Energy to Install First−Ever Highrise Project at Morgan Stanley Global Headquarters in New York City
We first reported in 2010 on the fuel cell technology created by Bloom Energy Founder and CEO, inventor and NASA rocket scientist
So, Ted Cruz, my disillusioned friend.. .you wouldn't last in New York for a New York minute. You simply don't have the moxie, the wit, the street smarts or the fortitude to have what it takes. Nice try, pal. As a New Yorker by way of Florida... thanks for the compliment.
Keeping landlords honest in New York City - or New York State, for that matter - is not an enviable task, given how common the less-than-honest ones are, but it's a job that nonetheless falls squarely in the laps of city and state officials.