â€‹City Hall can't decide if it wants you to have guns or not! Police commissioner Ray Kelly and Reverend Al Sharpton had a press conference today, announcing a gun buyback program to take illegal guns off the streets...just weeks after Mayor Michael Bloomberg slashed the fee for a gun permit from $ ... More >>
Having set the national stage for the Carl Paladino roll-out yesterday, with CNN citing the Times as their reason for interviewing him, the paper did a nosedive today on the Sienna and Marist polls that rebut the Quinnipiac numbers that were featured in a front page story the day before. Th ... More >>
By Cat Contiguglia Michael Steele, the embattled head of the Republican National Committee, seems to be making a last ditch effort to make some friends -- any friends -- by hooking up with Al Sharpton. Steele, who has been the subject of intense criticism for irresponsible spending, includi ... More >>
SuttonJesse Jackson was standing by the front door at Riverside Church as Percy Sutton's coffin made its way out of the church Wednesday afternoon. Jackson had opened the three-and-a-half-hour service with a poignant salute to "the tallest tree in our forest," recalling the many "points of li ... More >>
When Governor Paterson included a tax amnesty program in his proposal to cut the state's $3-billion-plus budget deficit, claiming it would bring in $350 million, we thought it was rather wishful thinking. But the Albany Times-Union finds some big numbers among the top 200 state tax scofflaws ... More >>
It's Primary Day. The candidates have been scrambling to make last minute subway pitches, spend their final dollars on radio and television ads, and send volunteers to push campaign literature in people's faces. So what does New York -- a city where so many people appear detached from local ... More >>
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A Bush Covert Operative Takes Over Al Sharpton's Campaign
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Sharpton's Confab Charges Music-Money Apartheid
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A View From behind the Scenes
Unmasking a Phony White Liberal
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Mayoral Hopeful Will Receive Official Nod Before Labor Day
Inside the Civil Rights Power Struggle
A Black-Jewish Alliance Stirs Up Racial Fears in Battle for Crown Heights Seat
How Abner Louima's Former Attorney Can Make or Break A Black-Latino Coalition
Why Jesse Jackson's Political Comeback Seems Doomed
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The Last Will of Minister Khallid Abdul Muhammad
Are Civil Rights Leaders Frontin for Hip Hop Gangstas?
Jackson-Watchers Claim Wall Street Contributors Arranged His Phone Call to Bush
An African American Reporter Comes to Terms With a Taboo Subject
Are Blacks Like Colin Powell Asking African Americans to Sell Out?
Grandpa Al and Reverend Al in Senate Race Endorsement Flap
How the former mayor made Al Sharpton kosher and is winning back the hearts of African Americans
A History of the Confrontational Politics That Led to the 'Assault' on Councilman Bill Perkins by the Bully Boys of The Million Youth March
Embattled mayor embraces a harsh critic, but still can't find forgiveness in some African American quarters.
Political retribution in Harlem in the wake of the Million Youth March
An investigation by the joint terrorist task force adds to the Million Youth March leader's woes
The racial politics of reconciliation in New York
Black Activists Say O. J. Simpson's Lawyer Is on a Quest To Hijack the New York Civil rights Movement