Pretend you're Reshma Saujani, 34, dazzling, born to an Indian family expelled from Uganda by Idi Amin, a Harvard and Yale Law School grad who returned to Africa to help build Nelson Mandela's post-apartheid government.
It's late 2009 and everything you've done in your professional life since its i ... More >>
Welcome Dan Senor! That's See-NOR, as per Michael Barbaro's brief profile this morning in the Times of the latest potential challenger to senator Kirsten Gillibrand.
Senor is only 38 but he has done so much already that, should he become the GOP candidate, we will undoubtedly be mining nuggets fro ... More >>
We know how you feel, kid. Via Craftser via urlesque.
We suspect Obama got that Iranian-American reporter released, and he's certainly trying to help refugees and rescue us from financial criminals. But does he get credit? No -- because he he laughed at Wanda Sykes, just like all the newly-reclas ... More >>
Andrew Cuomo (pictured) has indicted some big fish in the pension fund scandals, but as far as the powerful Carlyle Group goes, he's content just to take the money. Having admitted to paying indicted "placement agent" Hank Morris over $13 million to influence pension fund investments to their advant ... More >>
Hmm. Now that state comptroller DiNapoli's banning placement agents from doing business with the state pension fund-- like what Ray Harding was pretending to do when attorney general Cuomo nabbed him -- city comptroller William Thompson (pictured) is calling for a similar ban here. (He can't just c ... More >>