Yesterday a series of emails were obtained by Gawker in which the CUNY administration discusses its intention to move David Petraeus's seminar to the 16th floor of West 57th Street due to security concerns. Though administrators posted the notice of the location change on the website a week ago, tho ... More >>
Trained as a lawyer, he joined the infantry after 9/11 to "engage the enemy face to face." As told to Jonathan Wei
All city workers called to military duty after 9/11 will be represented in a lawsuit to recover unpaid pension funds. In early August, Manhattan U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara filed a class-action lawsuit on behalf of three retired NYPD officers seeking to recoup pension funds they would've earned had ... More >>
Military training programs could return to the campus, four decades after they were banned
The twisted relationship of the goth girl, her preppy sister, and their murdered father
Protesters swamped Dag Hammarskjold Plaza opposite the United Nations Tuesday as President Bush was inside pledging to deliver "democracy" to the Middle East. Most of the demonstrators were there to demand an end to the U.S. occupation in Iraq. Though the NYPD had told leaders of the anti-war group ... More >>
It turns out there is good news from Iraq: According to a government report released this week, "Over the past year, the number of security forces that the coalition has trained and equipped has increased from about 142,000 to about 242,000." The bad news is that the swelling security units haven't ... More >>
Investigators say the city's independent schools watchdog has often failed to bark
If counter-recruiters succeed and enlistees flee, a draft could be next.
The GOP's champions of this war had a hard time finding their own way to the battlefield
A Growing List
'New York's Bravest' Said It Refused To Hire a Black Paramedic Because He Lied and Used Drugs. He Says Discrimination Kept Him From Moving Up the Ladder.
Bullet-riddled record of Bronx cop facing trial for murder of Irish immigrant