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Weiner, who resigned from office in disgrace just two years ago, is dropping large hints that hes considering a run for mayor of New York City...Weiner, who resigned from office in disgrace just two years ago, is dropping large hints that hes
Under current New York State law, victims of child abuse must file civil suits before they turn 23, but under legislation being considered in Albany, that age limit would be eliminated...For Michael Desantis, the abuse took place within the Catholic
A new poll shows that if Anthony Weiner jumps into the Democratic primary for mayor, he will already be in second place behind City Council Speaker Christine Quinn. His entry looks like it will hurt Quinn and Public Advocate Bill de Blasio the most...
Since then, New York 's senior Democratic senator has clocked more hours negotiating with his Republican colleagues than anyone else on his side of the aisle.
Forget about the polls, his campaign millions or even his own self-destructive need for attention, the decision on whether Anthony Weiner runs for mayor comes down to one person his wife. Intensely private, poised and universally adored, Huma Abedin
Published April 10, 2013 FoxNews.com Anthony Weiner is considering a run for mayor of New York City, once again eyeing the job he was known to desire in his pre-scandal days as a congressman. Weiner revealed his ambition to return to public life in
Democratic Representative Anthony Weiner, who had served New York's 9th congressional district since January 1999, resigned in June after getting involved in a sexting scandal. Weiner was hailed as a hardworking congressional member and won seven
Mother Jones has been nominated in four categories: General Excellence, Multimedia, Video (for the 47% video), and Feature Writing...We are thrilled to announce that Mother Jones The nominees were also notable for the number of women nominated for
Font Resize You don't have to be a New Yorker to know and appreciate Russ & Daughters Appetizers, the deli on Manhattan's Lower East Side. This century-old shop is so beloved that celebrity chefs and journalists alike vie to come up with ever more
There are predictably sad, lovely passages like this: When I arrived in her room, my mother was crying. She cried a lot that first night, and then, the next day, she cried some more because she was certain Christopher Hitchens had done no such thing,