The Indian Point Nuclear Facility in Westchester County threatens the drinking water to more than 11 million people in the region, according to a report released today.
Monthly Archives: January 2012
How the fight for clean water and against hydrofracking is reshaping its political landscape in NY.
The NYPD policy of detaining and searching people on a whim targeted more than 4 million people over the past seven years, most of them black and Latino.
by Gustav Wynn
The NY AG had been the most visible opponent of Obama’s 50-state immunity settlement, so why is he now working with the White House?
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo wants New York City to drop its controversial requirement to fingerprint all USDA Food Stamp recipients before they can receive assistance.
SOPA and PIPA appear to have been very, very good for K Street.
How states are using clean energy to create jobs and spur economic growth.
The boxes were found contain the toxic ingredient after a shipment bound for California stores set off alarms at a truck stop.
Groups say NY’s Top Cop participated with anti-Muslim propogandists and tried to hide connections with film.
Not every state with an independent redistricting commission has ended up mired in controversy, but those states remain the exception.