Every year around this time, the seasons change and so do we. Some may notice that when you wake up the sun has yet to rise, even though it’s well after 6:30 a.m.
This letter is in response to the articles covering the recent shooting in Las Vegas.
The stunning skyline of New York City rises up around us, fluid in its shape as new skyscrapers are erected every year.
Life is such a precious gift. We tend to spend the best parts of our lives in the pursuit of our ambitions, without pausing to consider the purpose of it all.
The Washington Post ran one of those rare “Good News” items this month.
In a welcome development this week, the New York City Council held public hearings on a bill that would require the NYPD to publish quarterly data about fare evasion arrests – a policing strategy desperately in need of greater scrutiny.
President Trump, our clown in residence, aka Tweedledum or Tweetledumb, has lined up three more stooges to usher our planet toward doomsday—Michael Dourson, Kathleen Harnett White, and William Wehrum.
Last year I went and got a New York City ID card, commonly referred to as IDNYC, the free identification card for all New York City residents.
The people in my community of Flushing, Queens, like New Yorkers in various other neighborhoods across the city, are tired of getting targeted and harassed by the NYPD.
If the president’s vast wall is successfully constructed, it will immediately convert the land of the free into the world’s largest and most populated maximum security prison.
The American people elected Donald Trump because they wanted a strong leader not beholden to corporate interests or content to watch as American inexorably slipped toward mediocrity.
Across the United States, neighborhoods that were once historically Black are experiencing an influx of white residents.
Things may not be that rosy between Trump and his secretary of state, and his former HHS head Tom Price had to walk the plank, but the president’s EPA administrator Scott Pruitt seems to be conducting himself in accordance with ...
Last week I wrote about the need for all Americans to continue to uplift and support the U.S. Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico.
The videos circulating on social media and playing repeatedly on the newscasts are the stuff of nightmares. The audio is chilling; the sheer panic in the air is palpable.