If you're gonna clamp down on Wall Street, it's probably best that you choose someone who's been doing it for years.
In 1993, Mary Jo White became the first woman to ever become a Manhattan attorney at the federal level. During her nine-year tenure in the Southern New York district, she went after ... More >>
Federal Judge Nicholas Garaufis laid down the law with the FDNY today, writing that the job of "New York City firefighter - arguably 'the best job in the world' - has remained a stubborn bastion of white male privilege."
In a sweeping opinion, Garaufis concluded that after months (years, really) of ... More >>
Take heart, scandal-scarred pols: These things really do fade away.
Yesterday, one of the last culprits in the multimillion-dollar fraud case that sparked the last of Bill Clinton's many scandals pled guilty, and no one seemed especially interested.
Avrum Friesel fled the U.S. for Israel back in 1 ... More >>