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wpix.comGovernor David Paterson insisted Tuesday his controversial comments last week - implying his critics were motivated by racial bias - have been misunderstood. Speaking Tuesday at the State University at Stony Brook on Long Island, the state's first...
Times Staff WriterThere's no ill wind, the old saying goes, that doesn't blow somebody some good, and the horrific events of Sept. 11, 2001, blew all kinds of good Rudolph Giuliani's way. As the most visible public figure to do and say all the right things in the...
Spin CycleSooner or later every New York City mayor faces the kind of nightmare event that mocks his message. Ed Koch won fame for improving morale and procedures, then departed after corruption and crime. David Dinkins rode in on racial healing......
Spin CycleMayor Michael Bloomberg, the self-made billionaire who has a private habit of expressing disdain for those with inherited wealth, nonetheless seems to have cut a deal with fellow billionaire, longtime Republican and once-failed mayoral candidate Ronald...
Spin CycleThis season's campaign, today's election, today's fiscal crises and tomorrow's depression -- all may come and go. But for political honchos, the cool-weather conference in warmer climes must absolutely endure. So despite upheaval from Wall Street to...
Spin CycleMayor Michael Bloomberg's annual Broadway-buttressed response skit in the annual City Hall reporters' dinner and show brought former Senatorial aspirant Caroline Kennedy briefly on stage Saturday night at the New York Hilton. The plot line of the sketch,...
Tribune staff reporterThousands of New Yorkers came Sunday to Yankee Stadium, where generations have come to cheer and forget their problems, to grieve and remember the victims of the terrorist attack on the World Trade Center. The infield of the 78-year-old ballpark in the...
STAFF WRITERAs Rudolph Giuliani's third year as mayor was ending, he stood in Times Square in the shadow of the glass ball that would usher in 1997 and crowed that there were fewer than 1,000 homicides citywide that year -- a first in three decades. "It's an...
Staff WriterRepublicans arriving for their national convention are going to find that this is not Bill Clinton's New York City. When Clinton got the Democratic nomination here in 1992, most police officers were carrying .38-caliber Smith&Wesson revolvers, and...
Tribune national correspondentIn little more than week, he has gone from near-pariah to paragon. Before the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center, Mayor Rudolph Giuliani's highly public divorce from television personality Donna Hanover and romance with girlfriend...
Staff WriterFormer Mayor David Dinkins doesn't agree with the current mayor's quest to keep Central Park's Great Lawn protest-free. Dinkins and ex-Mayor Ed Koch were standing alongside Mayor Michael Bloomberg at a news conference yesterday when a reporter asked...
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