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The Upside to Albany’s Corruption Crisis: New Yorkers May Actually Get Real-Estate Reform

It has been 18 whole days now since anyone in New York State government has been arrested or indicted.

State Department Releases Hillary’s Benghazi Emails in Textbook Case of ‘Holiday News Dump’

The State Department released 296 emails from Hillary Clinton's private email account today, perhaps hoping that the holiday weekend would wipe them from everyone's memory as quickly as the emails were wiped from her server.

8 Actually Good Things That Happened This Week

It's the Friday before Memorial Day weekend, and if your boss has even a shred of a soul, he'll let you out before the clock strikes 5 p.m.

Where Is Scott Walker?

Over the last three months, the GOP's Iowa front-runner has become an incredible, shrinking presence on the campaign trail. Sure, he's still touring the country, introducing himself to voters, telling them how unafraid he was to stand up to the unions and liberal protesters he battled in Wisconsin, but he's also ...

Second Avenue Subway Supposedly 82 Percent Complete

The Second Avenue subway is apparently 82 percent complete, according to an MTA official who spoke with The Wall Street Journal.

Former Virginia Lawmaker Planning on Having More Kids With His 19-Year-Old Former Secretary

On Wednesday, former Virginia Delegate Joe Morrissey confessed that he was the father of his 19-year-old former secretary's newborn child, Chase.

Harry Reid Would Rather Be ‘Caned’ Than Be a Lobbyist

Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid sat down with Politico to discuss the trade deal he hates and what the Senate is like with Mitch McConnell.

Will a Relic of the World’s Fair Ever Get a Proper Second Life?

Constructed for the 1964–65 World’s Fair, the New York State Pavilion in Flushing Meadows Park is one of the few buildings still standing more than five decades after the fair’s opening.

Quadruple Murder Suspect Captured in Washington, D.C.

Daron Dylon Wint, who is the main suspect in last week’s brutal quadruple murder in Washington, D.C., was captured in the capital on Thursday night.

Thief Believed to Be Using Citi Bikes As Getaway Vehicles

It turns out not everybody has eschewed Citi Bikes. The Times reports that one very creative thief may be using the bike-sharing service to make a quick getaway.Over the last few months, a man has been approaching women in the Flatiron area, snatching their purses or phones, and escaping by bike.

Reality-TV Star and Family-Values Lobbyist Josh Duggar Admits to Molestation Charges

Josh Duggar, the eldest kid of the 19 Kids and Counting reality show and a director at the right-wing Family Research Council, admitted to People last night that when we he was a teenager he molested several underage girls.

The Psychological Advantages of Strongly Identifying As Biracial

As I reported in the most recent issue of New York, a new program at an elite private school in New York aims to combat racism by dividing young children, some as young as 8 years old, into "affinity groups" according to their race.

Gallery: The Birders of Prospect Park, Out in Peak Season

It’s peak bird-watching season, when North America’s most colorful birds return from the tropics. Prospect and Central parks are prime stopovers, each “an island of green in a sea of concrete and tar,” says Robert Bate, president of the Brooklyn Bird Club.

All 6 Police Officers Indicted in the Death of Freddie Gray

Earlier this month, when Baltimore prosecutor Marilyn Mosby announced criminal charges against six police officers in the death of Freddie Gray, many criticized her for not waiting for a grand jury to review the case and make their own judgment first.

Christie Prepares Expletive-Filled Audition for Next Comedy Central Roast

Chris Christie attended the annual New Jersey Legislative Correspondents Club dinner last night, and gave his customary roast of the people who cover his every move and misstep all year long.

The Internet Still a Garbage Place, Even for the President

President Obama made his inaugural visit to Twitter this week, and instead of being on their best behavior, Twitter users continued to behave as the racist, awful people they usually are.

An Interview With Donald Green, the Co-Author of the Faked Gay-Marriage Study

“I don’t know that I have anything particularly deep or profound to say,” Donald P. Green tells me when I get him on the phone.

Robert Gates Says Ban on Gay Boy Scout Leaders Must End

Robert Gates, the former secretary of defense who now heads the Boy Scouts, said that the organization's ban on gay leaders "cannot be sustained" at a national meeting in Atlanta on Thursday.  "Dozens of states — from New York to Utah — are passing laws that protect employment rights on ...

Obama Laments That New Things Are News

President Obama had a long conversation with Jeffrey Goldberg at The Atlantic this week, mostly about foreign policy.

D.C. Quadruple Murder Suspect Believed to Be in New York

Investigators believe that the main suspect in last week's quadruple homicide and fire in Washington, D.C., may be hiding in Brooklyn.  Savvas Savopoulos, Amy Savopoulos, their 10-year-old son Philip, and their housekeeper Vera Figueroa were all found dead last Thursday in the Savapoulos family's mansion, which had been set on ...