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  • S.E. Cupp: Conservatives, get serious

    Although only one Republican has officially announced his candidacy for president so far, it looks like a formidable, diverse field of conservatives will be contending in the primaries. One prospect, however and a popular one at that has me utterly...
  • Lottery gift and a new playhouse: Chicago theater talks about money

    Lottery gift and a new playhouse: Chicago theater talks about money
    In the Chicago theater, a paucity of financial resources is often a point of pride, even part of the town's aesthetic. But it's also a reason to complain. In the minds of some theater artists, the situation in arts funding mirrors the growing inequalities...
  • Economic development chief stepping down

    The president of the Economic Development Corporation has announced plans to step down this summer. Kyle Kimball joined the corporation in 2008 and was appointed its president by Mayor Michael Bloomberg in 2013. Kimball said he was ready for new...
  • NYC mayor appoints new public housing general manager

    Mayor Bill de Blasio is appointing a new general manager of the New York City Housing Authority. The NYCHA (NY'-chuh) board voted to approve Michael Kelly's new post at a meeting on Wednesday. The general manager is responsible for the day-to-day...
  • Paley Center looking to reinvent itself for digital age

    Paley Center looking to reinvent itself for digital age
    The Paley Center for Media sits in the axis of the media universe in New York. The museum is within walking distance of the headquarters of CBS, NBCUniversal, 21st Century Fox and Time Warner. There, television leaders hobnob during industry...
  • Michael Smerconish: Politicians need to tackle infrastructure problem

    My birthday celebration last weekend was the most expensive of my 53 years, but not because of celebratory extravagance. My car was eaten by the Godzilla of American potholes, and regardless of what I'm personally reimbursed, that impact will have a...
  • De Blasio, Giuliani team up for mayoral control of schools

    Two unlikely allies are joining forces to petition Albany to extend mayoral control over the New York City school system. Mayor Bill de Blasio, a Democrat, and ex-Mayor Rudolph Giuliani, a Republican, sent a joint letter to Gov. Andrew Cuomo and state...
  • Editorials from around Oregon

    Albany Democrat-Herald, March 22, on the gun background check bill It's likely that the Oregon Legislature soon will be considering a bill to expand background checks on almost every gun transaction in the state. And it seems just as likely that this...
  • 7 train extension opening delayed again

    Photographs of a long-awaited new subway station on Manhattan's far west side reveal an airy, modern terminal surrounded by greenery with a beautiful blue mosaic on the ceiling. But commuters probably won't see it in person until July at the earliest &#...
  • Ban on fast-food eateries in South L.A. hasn't cut obesity, study says

    Ban on fast-food eateries in South L.A. hasn't cut obesity, study says
    Seven years ago, Los Angeles made national headlines with a novel attempt to reduce obesity in South L.A. by banning new fast-food restaurants. But a new study found the effort has not achieved its intended goal. A Rand Corp. report released...
  • New York City mayor promotes plan for struggling schools

    Mayor Bill de Blasio promoted his plan to boost the performance of struggling schools by providing extra support during a visit to a Queens high school Thursday. De Blasio said Richmond Hill High School is improving since it was added to a list of 94...