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  • 10 years ago

    The hand-painted signs were still being propped up, but a small crowd had already gathered on the Brooklyn sidewalk. "We're organizing against Wal-Mart," announced Peter Sikora, 30, as he struggled to unfold a portable table on an 85-degree Saturd...

  • 10 years ago

    ONEONTA, NEW YORK—On a summer afternoon, surrounded by emerald hills and brilliant blue skies, it is not so hard to see why Tyrone Lohr stays in Oneonta. He likes the pace of this 14,000-person town. It is calmer than Queens, the city borough...

  • 10 years ago

    Senators charged with vetting Bush nominee John Roberts for a lifetime appointment to the U.S. Supreme Court finally adjourned their tea party late this afternoon and began the investigation. First, the Senate Judiciary Committee set a start date ...

  • 10 years ago

    Reacting to the NYPD's announcement Thursday afternoon that police would randomly—but routinely—search the bags of commuters, one concerned New Yorker quickly created a way for civil libertarians to make their views black-and-white. In a...

  • 10 years ago

    Despite some disturbing clues, legal and political insiders are predicting that President Bush's Supreme Court nominee, John Roberts, will be a shoo-in. There is little out there to make him vulnerable to rejection. In his two years on the D.C. Ci...

  • 10 years ago

    It could have been worse for Clarence Thomas. In 1991, there were only water coolers for discussion sites. Today, there are: Supreme Court Nomination Blog—A comprehensive roundup of high-minded analysis, handicapping, and outright rumor-monge...

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