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OPINION | If Edward Rogers referred to Masai Ujiri as 'arrogant,' he gave the game away | CBC Sports
Six years ago I tried to initiate a move between departments at the Toronto Star, from business, where newsroom leadership sent me in 2011, back to sports, where I had spent most of my time and energy.
What you should know before going trick-or-treating in Ontario this Halloween
TORONTO -- Kids in Ontario will be allowed to go trick-or-treating this year, but may have to refrain from saying that same phrase in exchange for candy on Halloween night.
OPINION | Canada at COP26: A time for leadership | CBC News
The upcoming UN climate conference, combined with the recent election results, provide the Canadian government with a renewed mandate to tackle climate change.
Women take charge of key portfolios in Justin Trudeau's new cabinet | CBC News
As any student of government will tell you, there are traditional levers of power in Ottawa: Finance, Foreign Affairs and Defence.
100 days to Beijing, Canadian Olympians are kicking it into high gear | CBC Sports
The sports calendar was thrown completely out of whack after the unprecedented year-long postponement of the Tokyo Summer Olympics.
How a stranger used CPR to save a GTA mom - and why the Red Cross wants you to know about it | CBC News
Less than a month after delivering her baby girl, 27-year-old Anastasiya Kaczmarek never would have imagined she would have a sudden cardiac arrest.
First, Rain. Now, Wind.
It's almost done with New York, but not quite. The nor'easter that charted a relentless course up the I-95 corridor packed a one-two punch.
An Oath Keeper Was at the Capitol Riot. On Tuesday, He's on the Ballot.
Edward Durfee Jr. is a member of the far-right militia and was at the Capitol on Jan. 6. He is running for office in New Jersey anyway.
Tour the Old Steel Town at the Center of 'Lackawanna Blues'
In his Broadway play, Ruben Santiago-Hudson revisits the Lackawanna, N.Y., of his youth. A lot has changed since the late 1950s and '60s, reflected here in recent photographs of the area.
Sliwa falsely claimed that a councilman wasn't an American citizen.
In one of the strangest moments of the debate, Curtis Sliwa falsely said that Councilman Ydanis Rodriguez, a Democrat from Washington Heights who is originally from the Dominican Republic, was not an American citizen.
Here's where the candidates stand on vaccine mandates.
Perhaps unsurprisingly, the candidates for New York City mayor take opposing positions on coronavirus vaccine mandates.
Curtis Sliwa, who owns 16 cats, is courting animal lovers.
In the final week of the mayoral campaign, Curtis Sliwa is courting Republicans, Democrats and animal lovers.
His dedication to animal welfare is personal.
City renews push for Emmons Avenue bike lane * Brooklyn Paper
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PoliticsNY with Skye: Behind the Curtain with Lincoln Restler, NYC Council candidate in Brooklyn
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'This is a union town': Amazon warehouse workers file for union election in Downtown Brooklyn * Brooklyn Paper
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Man Shoved Onto Subway Tracks In Attempted Brooklyn Robbery: Cops
BROOKLYN, NY - An attempted mugging at an L train station in Brooklyn ended with the would-be thief shoving his victim onto the subway tracks over the weekend, according to police.
Two injured in Downtown Brooklyn blaze at Tony Luke's * Brooklyn Paper
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UWS Couple Celebrates 70th Wedding Anniversary With Cuba-Themed Party, Calling 'Compromise' the Key
Posted on October 26, 2021 at 10:47 am by Carol Tannenhauser
By Lisa Kava
It is often said that opposites attract.
Where to Eat in Midtown Manhattan
Katsu-Hama 11 East 47th Street (Fifth Avenue); 212-758-5909; katsuhama47.com
La Bonne Soupe 48 West 55th Street (Avenue of the Americas); 212-586-7650; labonnenyc.com
Monday Bulletin: Pain in the Propane, Prewar Problems, Photographer's Statue
Posted on October 25, 2021 at 5:05 pm by Carol Tannenhauser
Photo by Rob Godley.
October 25, 2021 Weather: Heavy rain coming tonight and tomorrow.
Grab-n-Go Thieves Swipe $18,526 in Eyewear from LensCrafters, Including Lots of Prada, Police Say
Posted on October 25, 2021 at 12:37 pm by West Sider
By Joy Bergmann
Target Reopens After Extended Closure Following Storm
Posted on October 25, 2021 at 10:29 am by West Sider
Guest List: 5 People We'd Love to Hang Out With This November
Amy Mesrobian
WMATA's first director of zero-emissions vehicles is overseeing Metrobus's conversion to electric.
Oliver "Power" Grant
The Most Strikingly Beautiful Leaves of the Season Are Almost Here
Leaf peepers needn't drive to the Shenandoah for one of the prettiest autumn moments: the falling of the ginkgo leaves.
Early Voting Turnout Is Soaring in Virginia Governor's Race | Washingtonian (DC)
You're probably tired of seeing endless campaign commercials for gubernatorial candidates Terry McAuliffe and Glen Youngkin whenever you turn on your TV, but they're not for naught: early voting has increased more than 250 percent in Virginia compared with where it was four years ago.
Julia Child's DC House Is for Sale for $3.5 Million
Julia Child's former DC home-where the famous chef lived while working on Mastering the Art of French Cooking-hit the market this week for $3,500,000.
Disgraced Georgetown Tennis Coach Pleads Guilty in College Admissions Scandal | Washingtonian (DC)
Former Georgetown University head tennis coach Gordon "Gordie" Ernst pleaded guilty in Boston's federal court on Monday.
A New Nightlife Spot Opens in Dupont with Canape Towers and Gold-Crusted Steaks
Evenings are revving back up in Dupont Circle with the opening of new spots like Twelve After Twelve (in the former ESL space) and adult mini-golf bar, Swingers.
2 Park Slope Spots Named Among Best Italian Restaurants In NYC
PARK SLOPE, BROOKLYN - There's no better borough to get great Italian food than Brooklyn, according to a new ranking.
Just bring a spoon to this free ice cream social in Prospect Park
On one of the darkest days of the year, September 11, there will be a massive ice cream social to lift the spirits of New Yorkers in Prospect Park.
Woman brutally stabbed near NYC's Prospect Park in broad-daylight attack
A creep repeatedly stabbed a woman near Brooklyn's Prospect Park on Friday in a horrifying broad-daylight attack, police said.
The complete play-by-play on tailgating food at Prospect Park
HOUSTON - It's one of the best times of the year, Football Season!
Local Housing: Park Slope Studio Apartment
This garden facing very quiet studio is on the 2nd Fl.
of a beautiful Brownstone on Garfield Pl.
between 8th Ave & PPW.
Local Housing: Park Slope Studio Apartment
This garden facing very quiet studio is on the 2nd Fl.
of a beautiful Brownstone on Garfield Pl.
between 8th Ave & PPW.
California man seen fighting with police at U.S. Capitol attack is arrested and charged
Federal agents arrested an Orange County man Monday who they said was seen fighting with police officers on the steps and in a tunnel behind the inaugural platform of the U.S. Capitol Building during the Jan. 6 attack by thousands of supporters of then-President Donald Trump.
'It's absolutely getting worse': Secretaries of state targeted by Trump election lies live in fear for their safety and are desperate for protection
Or there's the man who spit, "Die you bitch, die!
Die you bitch, die!"
Garland vs. Bannon Is Bidenism vs. Trumpism
Few people have made their names in Washington more differently than Attorney General Merrick Garland and the Republican political operative Steve Bannon.
Biden blocks second Trump bid to withhold more Jan. 6 documents | amNewYork
REUTERS/Leah Millis/File Photo
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Conservative group alleges voter fraud in DuPage County, but experts say the evidence is weak
The national furor over alleged voter fraud has come to DuPage County, with a group fronted by Republican politician Jeanne Ives claiming more than 1,000 people voted in the November 2020 election using DuPage addresses where they no longer lived.
Opinion | Cori Bush and AOC Are Right About Jan. 6 and 1866
When, in the early morning hours of Jan. 7, Congress finally certified the 2020 Electoral College count, more than 140 Republican members of Congress had voted, in one way or another, to reject the outcome.
Democrats unveil new billionaires' tax plan to help pay for Biden agenda
Senate Democrats on Wednesday unveiled a new billionaires' tax proposal, an entirely new entry in the tax code designed to help pay for Joe Biden's sweeping domestic policy package and edge his party closer to an overall agreement on a shrunken version of the administration's $3.5tn flagship legislation.
Joe Biden Deals with Climate Hecklers at McAuliffe Rally
President Joe Biden handled protestors at a speech in Virginia by reminding the crowd that they weren't at "a Trump rally," and told the hecklers to stick around and talk to him later.
US Senate Democrats unveil billionaires' tax to fund Biden agenda
Pushing past skeptics, Senate Democrats on Wednesday unveiled a new billionaires' tax proposal, an entirely new entry in the tax code designed to help pay for President Joe Biden's sweeping domestic policy package and edge his party closer to an overall agreement.
Biden may face tension with allies over climate, Afghanistan and other issues
It's a crucial week for President Biden, as he heads to Rome for a G-20 meeting, and then Glasgow for a major U.N. climate summit all as Democrats in Congress continue to debate his spending agenda.
The Julian Assange Question: Prison Conditions or Lies in Service of Martyrdom? - emptywheel
Today and tomorrow, the United States will appeal Judge Vanessa Baraitser's decision in the Julian Assange case that American prisons are too inhumane to house someone with suicidal tendencies safely.
A fear grows in Trumpworld: Have we gone too conspiratorial?
"But as it relates to election integrity and voter protection, it is vital that we help states get these simple, popular security mechanisms in place to ensure honesty for the 2022 midterms," added Gidley, who is heading the Center for Election Integrity at the Trump-aligned America First Policy Institute.
Opinion | Why the Virginia Election Is Freaking Democrats Out
With just under a week to go, the governor's race in Virginia has gotten tighter than Spanx on a hippo, prompting much agita in Democratic circles.
Democrats, Republicans make Trump central figure in dozens of 2021 ads
Donald Trump is a TV star again - in political ads being run by both parties.
Yellin' Joe Biden Taunts Youngkin at McAuliffe Rally for Shying Away From Trump: 'Is He Embarrassed?'
President Joe Biden stumped for Democrat Terry McAuliffe on Tuesday night, one week ahead of Virginia's gubernatorial election.
Manchin Is in the Middle, With Biden's Agenda in the Balance
Democrats, including President Biden, are lobbying for Senator Joe Manchin III's support, knowing he is a crucial swing vote on their domestic agenda.
This Special Election Is Testing Republican Efforts to Court Latino Voters
The contest to fill a vacant State House seat in South Texas has exposed the vulnerabilities of a Democratic stronghold.
Crowd-Sourced Suspicion Apps Are Out of Control
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"Users of apps like Citizen, Nextdoor, and Neighbors should be vigilant about unverified claims" 1
These apps are often designed with a goal of crowd-sourced surveillance, like a digital neighborhood watch. 1
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But instead, they often exacerbate the same dangers, biases, and problems that exist within policing. 1
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Installing a smart doorbell? Here's how to do it without being fined
As any local solicitor can tell you, some of the most bitter legal disputes originate from disagreements between neighbors.
Twitch Data Breach is Another Example of Why Cybersecurity is a Must for all Businesses
"Twitch's breach is a prime example of why it is so important to invest in cybersecurity architecture and protect against any form of devastating data breach that could lead to reputational harm."
Indian supreme court orders inquiry into state's use of Pegasus spyware
India's supreme court has ordered an inquiry by an independent committee into the question of whether the government used Pegasus surveillance software for illegal spying.
India's top court asks: Did gov't use Pegasus spyware to snoop?
The court said the possible violation of citizens' right to privacy and free speech compelled it to seek out the truth.
India's top court probes spying charges against government
NEW DELHI - India's top court on Wednesday established a committee of experts to look into accusations that Prime Minister Narendra Modi's government used Israeli military-grade spyware to monitor political opponents, journalists and activists.