Radicals in both parties who don't believe the state should have a monopoly on physical force are ascendant—and they’re echoing things Frank James said in unhinged YouTube videos.
Harry Siegel is a senior editor at The Daily Beast. In his spare time, he writes a weekly column for the New York Daily News, co-hosts the FAQ NYC podcast headquartered at the McSilver Institute for Poverty Policy and Research at NYU’s Silver School of Social Work, where he's a visiting fellow, and teaches at the New School's Journalism + Design program.
The man whose policies as governor created nursing home deaths he took pains to hide is up in arms about the “social death penalty.”
The new mayor has a brief window to fulfill a big promise. If he falls short, expect Republicans to amplify his claim to be the face of the Democratic Party.
Someone, maybe a fellow cop, called out Adams’ name and then shot through his back windshield. A shot from inside a cab intended for Sliwa’s head went through the windshield.
The museum’s original exhibition designer reflects on how it turned out, what might have been, and what still could be.
The story started with Eliot Spitzer, and it took 13 years and nearly as many scandals to get us to this point.
Dr. Irwin Redlener speaks with Harry Siegel about Biden’s messaging mistakes, Trump’s terrible anti-science legacy, and much more.