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If Wall Street or its regulators had listened to Ackman when he first chirped, the canary in the coal mine may have prevented what may go down in history as the world's most devastating financial crisis.
I attended a screening this week of Alex Gibney's new documentary, Client 9. It's the story of the rise and fall of New York State Governor Eliot Spit...
It's safe to say that Alex Gibney is easily among the five best documentary filmmakers in America, if not the world, with Michael Moore and Errol Morr...
In a town where a cop can't accept a free cup of coffee, Police Commissioner Ray Kelly has been eating and drinking for free for the past eight years at the Harvard Club.
When I first became a professor at Harvard Law School, I was invited to join the Harvard Club in New York. I was anxious to become a member, especial...
To dismiss an unquestionably honest, highly regarded environmentalist who has devoted his professional life to public service is a new low for the Paterson administration.
Given that CNN gained more viewers than its two rivals combined, I would suggest to my successors that they abandon talking about the news and start showing more of it.
"Like our viewers, we were riveted by the drama of the miners emerging from that mine," said recently installed CNN chief Ken Jautz. "We're willing to bet it would be just about as dramatic to see the miners lowered back into the mine one by one."
Why should we taxpayers subsidize obesity and the medical costs that caring for diabetes would require? Why should kids be brought up on sugar water?
Eliot Spitzer-- a member of the pantheon of fallen political gods who couldn't keep it zipped -- is the subject of a new documentary that explodes the myths surrounding his case. The film is riveting.
Last week I met and interviewed the individual who could be New York's future, and his name is Harry Wilson. If any one individual is capable of engineering New York State's government back to fiscal sanity, he will be the one to do so.
If the seemingly serious and cerebral world of politics brings about all these scandals, why shouldn't the fun and fatuous circus of popular media lay them to rest?
Parker is not a Tea Party or Coulter wingnut. But she pushed the not-"full-blooded"-American envelope in 2008 when Barack Obama was running for president.
There's tremendous disingenuousness at work in the campaign against elementary school teacher Melissa Petro, who's been suspended by Mayor Bloomberg himself after her sex working past gained national attention. What exactly does Petro's removal teach children?
Alex Gibney's new film reveals that the Wall Street titans Spitzer spent his career targeting were allied to choreograph his downfall.