By now, most professional Democrats expected the party's pivot to the generation election to be getting underway in a bit way. It's not really happening. That's in large because the media loves a fight, even one that has a clear underlying dynamic contrary to the contest storyline.
The patron saint of smart New York women, Nora Ephron is sorely missed. We have not seen her like since 2012 when she died
On March 23, 2005, five 100-pound sacks of peanuts addressed to the Daily News’ leadership, including owner Mort Zuckerman
Daily News staffers are bracing for another round of cuts this week as owner Mort Zuckerman tries to stanch the flow of red
“A few weeks ago, we were approached about our potential interest in selling the Daily News,” he said. “Although there were
Last weekend, venture capitalist Tom Perkins set off a firestorm when The Wall Street Journal ran a letter he penned in which
The Times piece also described a "usually sample the menu of Almond restaurant in Bridgehampton, which is owned in part by
When Mort Zuckerman, the New York City real-estate and media mogul, lavished $200 million on Columbia University in December
Accompanied by a headshot of a smiling Mitt, the Daily News endorsement stood in odd juxtaposition beside the paper's announcement of its newly formed Disaster Fund.
You know the 3D animated feature Hotel Transylvania is for kids because it starts with diaper changing, fart, and piss jokes aplenty. Fortunately, it moves on to be a father-daughter tale about tolerance.
Mr. Will not withstanding, climate change easily has as much relevance to our daily lives as taxes, jobs, and health care (and is directly connected to them).
You know, I'm proud to have my nation compared to Slovakia. I'm pleased that the new head of state in Peru -- Ol' What's His Name -- is tamping down the leftist rhetoric and embracing the investor class, rather than flamboyantly consolidating his own power, like the guy who runs Brazil. And rather than concern myself with the soggy sleep-ins and warmed-over anarchism of Occupy Wall Street, I'm sending some money to Somalia, because despite the fact that the Somalians are dirt poor, they have their priorities right. Rather than organize for relief of the destitute, they're demonstrating against an offshoot of al Qaeda, which heretofore was and forever hence will never be on our list of strategic priorities.
In the elevator moving 9 floors up the Museum of Art and Design to Robert Restaurant, C and Jeffrey Toobin hotly debated
Arianna appeared on Ali Velshi's Your Money on CNN alongside Mort Zuckerman and Eliot Spitzer to discuss how the United States
WATCH: "Why would this man not be believed when everyone else was?" he said, referring to Obama. "I don't think it's a skin
Zuckerman, a fellow real estate mogul who also recently considered stepping into politics, said he has "no idea what [Trump's
The World Post
I covered Richard Holbrooke for the Boston Globe when he was U.N. ambassador from 1999 to early 2001. I've covered about a dozen U.S. ambassadors at the U.N. since 1990. Holbrooke was the most engaging of them all.
An interesting by-product of any downturn in an economy is that you can categorize the stakeholders into four categories -- victims, users, scavengers and survivors.