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KickingTiresAs the East Coast starts to recover from a hurricane that could end up costing more than Katrina, European automakers, whose ports of entry lay in the storm's path, are still assessing damage. The Port Authority of New York and......
Crime and Safety - Sun-Sentinel??Last month, the Crime & Safety blog asked readers to share what 9/11 means to them. Readers responded, and their stories??are posted??here, individually and in coming days,??until the 10th anniversary on Sunday. Broward Sheriff's Deputy Howard Rudolph...
KickingTiresWhile test driving the BMW Hydrogen 7 concept car, The New York Times ran into an unforeseen bit of resistance from the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey. The agency wouldn't let the reviewer drive through the Lincoln......
Spin CycleFor those unfamiliar with the Long Island political-celebrity scene, Brad Blakeman is a lawyer and political commentator -- as well as the brother of Bruce Blakeman, a member of the Port Authority board, and one-time GOP presiding officer of the......
Spin CycleDeath toll mounts as Russian invasion of Georgia rolls on. Former Suffolk lawmaker Allan Binder pleads not guilty to receiving $18,000 in bribes to steer lucrative golf course deals to operator Neal Trabich. Political strife intensifies in Kashmir....
WatchdogThe biggest culture shock in watching the Olympics for most sports fans is seeing ads for products other than beer, cars, financial services and, um, those medicines that help middle-aged men, um, stay active. Take this morning's coverage of the......
Spin CycleFor years, New York City officials and the bistate Port Authority engaged in high-profile clashes over reconstruction of Ground Zero and other projects. Now Bruce Blakeman is in the unusual position of campaigning for the Republican mayoral nomination -...
Spin CycleBruce Blakeman should leave the non-pay Port Authority of New York and New Jersey board while running for mayor, suggests Gene Russianoff of New York Public Interest Research Group. Holdover Blakeman, an appointee of Gov. George Pataki and former Nassau.....
Spin CycleIt becomes clearer than ever, in light of last week's events, that for all the mayor's relative competence, charm and maturity, an essential part of the Bloomberg m.o. has long involved convoluted power plays, stealth operations and insider dealing.......
Spin CycleBruce Blakeman, the former presiding officer of the Nassau Legislature, is now officially off the board of the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey. The state Senate, acting six months after the nomination of his replacement, finally......
Spin CycleGeorge Marlin, the outspoken author, Conservative Party figure, and one-time Port Authority executive who resides in Nassau, has this post whacking Richard Kessel's years at the helm of the Long Island Power Authority. Kessel, of course, has gone on......
Spin CycleNow in his second big power-authority job, Nassau???s Richard Kessel, right, finds himself drawing political static. Last month the New York Power Authority, which Kessel chairs, agreed to cede hundreds of millions of dollars to help fill the state???s......
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