New York City

Big government exploiting future generation...

The city is poised to begin providing free Internet broadband access to more than 16,000 residents of its sprawling public housing system.  Buildings at five

It Pays to Ask Smart Questions at a Job Int...

By DENNIS NISHI By his second interview for a director position at Turtle Wax, a car-care product company based in Willowbrook, Ill., Shawn Batka felt

East Harlem students will learn through a t...

BY KELDY ORTIZ East Harlem second-graders are getting a sneak preview of a device that can change the way they learn. Students at The Vito



By: Martin Luther King Jr. (1929-1968) was a Baptist minister and social activist who played a key role in the American civil rights movement

More Than 100 Ex-NYC Workers to Be Charged ...

The workers in question are currently collecting disability pensions but officials said investigators discovered they appeared to be healthy By Jonathan Dienst Law enforcement sources

Sotomayor will lead the 60-second countdown

Justice Sotomayor to drop ball, not gavel, on 2014 Times Square countdown N EW YORK, Dec 29 (Reuters) – U.S. Supreme Court Associate Justice Sonia

NYPD out of control in 2012

NYPD Shootings by the Numbers, 2012 Edition By Joe Coscarelli The New York Times has the stats today from a police department report detailing all

The #7 Train Gets A New Extension

Mayor Bloomberg, MTA Officials and Local Leaders Take First Ride on 7 Subway Train Extension Project is the First Subway Extension Funded by the City