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https://www.theatlantic.com/ideas/archive/2020/04/its-not-september-12-anymore/609502/

"One of the speeches I had my students read was Bush’s address to Congress after 9/11, which still stands out as an exceptional piece of speechwriting. ...Read More

Hundreds of thousands of single-family homes are now in the hands of giant companies — squeezing renters for revenue and putting the American dream even further out of reach.

"Strategic Acquisitions was but one of several companies in Los ...Read More

A new report from the Citizens Budget Commission ranks NYC as the eighth most affordable large city, based on housing and transportation costs.

"The safety of Black Americans doesn’t seem to have improved much since Jim Crow. US police seem to be killing more Black citizens today than were lynched at"

E.P.A. Weakens Rules Governing Toxic Water Pollution From Coal Plants

The Trump administration on Monday moved to weaken regulations aimed at limiting the seepage of lead, arsenic and other toxic pollution into drinking water supplies.

Underground silo bunker co-op real estate #advertorial in Barrons. Includes in house prison system, Whole Foods and armed guards to “pick off” loiterers.

"The laws purport to only criminalize violence and property damage in service of pipeline safety, but critics say their greater intent appears to be to deter nonviolent civil disobedience by framing it as potentially violent in itself."

"You never know what day it is, what time it is," said Rivera, who has struggled with mental illness. "Sometimes you never see the sun."

Rivera was placed in isolation because of allegations, later determined to be unfounded, that she had ...Read More

With Rikers’ positioned for closure, Manhattan debates the 45-story prison tower proposed to replace the Tombs.

The prison system’s corruption aside, it’s interesting to consider the visibility this move would bring to the city’s practice ...Read More

A system built on millions of cell relays, antennas, and sensors also offers previously unthinkable surveillance potential. Telecom companies already sell location data to marketers, and law enforcement has used similar data to track ...Read More

"Shawn...is one of hundreds of children in Chicago whose ankle monitors are now equipped with microphones and speakers. The stated purpose of these devices is to communicate with the children, but they are raising concerns among civil ...Read More