What “traffic study”? Christie apologized over and over in a two hour press conference for the actions of his staff. However, the big question remains: did the Governor know about it?
Voters in Colorado and Washington state have voted to make recreational use of marijuana legal – could New York be next?
DeBlasio wins by a landslide — now, will NYC’s first Progressive mayor in 20 years take us back to the bad ‘ole days of the Dinkins administration? He won with his tale of two cities — the rich in their high-rent condominiums, and the poor — everyone else in this town. It was time for a change, and he gave a voice to it. The Power Panel discusses his win.
We are in Day 8 of a government shutdown as a default on raising the debt ceiling becomes more and more of a possibility — for the first time in our history, the United States risks the chance of becoming a deadbeat nation to the rest of the world. The Power Panel discusses this sad scenario.
After 20 years of the the Guiliani/Bloomberg era in NYC, people are ready for a change. Bill DeBlasio scored over 40% in the Democratic primary — a progressive, liberal candidate who featured his mixed-race son in his campaign ads. How did he do it? The Power Panel discusses the results of the primary, and what to expect in the upcoming election.
Several US Embassies have been closed, due to the unrest in Northern Africa and the Middle East. Is it a wise precaution, or a political move?