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Last week, Politico leaked a shocking (but not surprising) draft outlining the Supreme Court’s plan to overturn Roe v. Wade . . . more
Thirty years after the fact, I’ve decided to write about a personal time in my life. more
Who’s to blame for New York’s increase in crime, its high taxes and the general feeling of dread many of us feel? more
Why do small businesses matter? There are more answers to that question than there are streetlamps on your local Main Street. more
I may be dead right. Nearly two years ago, I wrote a column suggesting that, in the fight against Covid-19, our elders would be sacrificed. Last week . . . more
By any measure, this winter was one of the coldest and wettest ones I can recall. Many of my friends traveled to Florida for vacations, and some have talked about moving there for good . . . more
People have called him many things — kind, loving, helpful, funny. I’ve heard him described as meticulous. But to me and my siblings, he’s simply Dad. more
Last night, having been off my devices all day and peacefully oblivious to the news, I turned on the TV as I slipped into bed just to catch up. Now, you know and I know that I shouldn’t have done that . . . more
I find U.S. Representatives Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, of New York; Ilhan Omar, of Minnesota; Ayanna Pressley, of Massachusetts; and Rashida Tlaib, of Michigan, politically repugnant . . . more
Several years ago, during my first day on the job as regional disaster officer for the American Red Cross in Central and South Texas, where I worked before joining the organization here in New York . . . more
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