Last week’s presidential primary exposed some potential serious Board of Elections problems in the management of voter lists and the conducting of the election.
I have read so many thoughtful reflections on the passing of Prince Rogers Nelson and the genius of his songwriting, guitar playing, style and fashion, and his quiet activism.
On Sept. 11, 2001, at least 19 men—15 of them Saudi citizens—boarded several commercial flights in Boston and set off on what was to become the largest terrorist attack ever on U.S. soil. That event ignited a major war in ...
Assemblyman Charles Barron shares his views on the sentencing of ex-NYPD officer Peter Liang.
Congressman Charlie B. Rangel reflects on joining President Barack Obama during historic trip to Cuba.
New York City’s Public Advocate Letitia James sends a tone-deaf message on educational protests that threatens to hurt Black and Latino children most.
City Council Member Inez Barron and Assemblyman Charles Barron share their thoughts on the Pete Liang sentencing.
There has been quite a bit of focus on the presidential primaries and the role that New York will play for Hillary Clinton or Bernie Sanders.
Today, I saw a strange yet familiar sight. A homeless woman with obvious mental health issues sitting on a bench on the Grand Central Station train platform.
I was recently invited by the Rev. Al Sharpton to be on a panel during his National Action Network convention. Sharpton was gracious in his introduction, calling me an outstanding Republican, and although I appreciated the invitation, his kinds words ...
More than five million people rely on it each day to get to work, pick up the kids from school, to go to the doctor’s office, to museums, sporting venues, and everywhere else.
I planned to attend the Republican National Convention in Cleveland, Ohio this summer. I thought it would be an opportunity to interview voters, local officials and party leaders to hear what their plans are for the next four years.
In light of the odds stacked against him, Bernie Sanders’ quixotic quest of economic, political and socio-cultural transformation, as proposed in his fight against Hillary Clinton, according to many, is an “impossible dream.”
As we have seen from recent events in Paris, Brussels and all across the world, terrorism is not an obscure phenomenon that only affects the Middle East.
Civil rights attorney and former president of the Center for Social Inclusion Maya Wiley explains why she's supporting Hillary Clinton