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How zoning can be a subtle kind of bigotry
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How zoning can be a subtle kind of bigotry

The federal government recently announced a 37 percent surge in anti-Semitic hate crimes in the United States. The most horrific incident, of...

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Here’s what you can safely talk about at this year’s office holiday party
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Here’s what you can safely talk about at this year’s office holiday party

The Post — like plenty of other companies — is having its holiday party in a couple of weeks. No, you aren’t invited. But since I am going, I...

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Paris revolts are a victory for those the French elites forget
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Paris revolts are a victory for those the French elites forget

French President Emmanuel Macron’s humiliating retreat this week on his signature fuel-tax hikes should be a warning to all anti-climate-change...

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NYC has a mayor who doesn’t even show up for work
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NYC has a mayor who doesn’t even show up for work

If this keeps up, Mayor Bill de Blasio won’t even be able to get into City Hall without having to show some ID. As The New York Times reported Wed...

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The UK deserves a stronger Brexit deal
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The UK deserves a stronger Brexit deal

On Tuesday, British lawmakers voted, for the first time in history, to hold the government in contempt of Parliament. The move came after ministers...

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NYC should leave the Strand alone
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NYC should leave the Strand alone

It wouldn’t be the first time the city Landmarks Preservation Commission designated a building for “protection” over the objections of its owners,...

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The ‘improved’ MTA is still a complete mess
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The ‘improved’ MTA is still a complete mess

The past two weeks were a nightmare underground. On Monday, signal and switch problems, plus a trespasser, meant rush-hour delays for passengers...

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NYC should leave the Strand alone
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NYC should leave the Strand alone

It wouldn’t be the first time the city Landmarks Preservation Commission designated a building for “protection” over the objections of its owners,...

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We’re all paying for NYC’s huge frivolous lawsuit industry
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We’re all paying for NYC’s huge frivolous lawsuit industry

As The Post reported Tuesday, New York City has the dubious distinction of ranking as America’s third-worst “judicial hellhole” — and Nos. 1 and 2...

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Bungled firing makes Team de Blasio look completely inept
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Bungled firing makes Team de Blasio look completely inept

Watching his hapless players stumble all over the field in the New York Mets’ horrific first season, manager Casey Stengel cried out in...

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The gracious toughness of my old boss, George H.W. Bush
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The gracious toughness of my old boss, George H.W. Bush

Graciousness and toughness. Contradictory attributes though these may seem, in George Herbert Walker Bush they existed in equal, remarkably...

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Texas GOP says no to racist paranoia about Muslims
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Texas GOP says no to racist paranoia about Muslims

Kudos to the Texas state Republican Party for gently telling one of its county committees to put religious liberty ahead of paranoia about Muslims....

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Airbnb’s act of corporate anti-Semitism
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Airbnb’s act of corporate anti-Semitism

Airbnb says: No Jews allowed. The apartment-sharing service has sided against Israel by banning and delisting the apartments of peaceful Jewish...

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The mayor prepares to admit reality on NYCHA
News 4 weeks ago
The mayor prepares to admit reality on NYCHA

By all accounts, Team de Blasio is looking at drastic medicine to turn the New York City Housing Authority around. Better late than never. Part of...

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Don’t let Amazon build an uninviting HQ in Queens
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Don’t let Amazon build an uninviting HQ in Queens

Jeff Bezos must be planning to build his Amazon complex in Long Island City out of Lego bricks. How else to explain his $3.6 billion estimate to...

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Blame unions for New York’s pricey giveaway to Amazon
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Blame unions for New York’s pricey giveaway to Amazon

Gov. Cuomo and Mayor de Blasio have crafted a massive taxpayer subsidy to entice Amazon into creating 25,000 to 40,000 high-paying jobs in New York...

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Amazon’s new NYC jobs can’t replace all the ones lost to the online-retail revolution
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Amazon’s new NYC jobs can’t replace all the ones lost to the online-retail revolution

Let’s root for Amazon to set up a 25,000-worker “campus” in Long Island City. The prospective deal — which can’t be taken for granted until it’s...

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The feds give NYCHA yet another warning
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The feds give NYCHA yet another warning

US Attorney Geoffrey Berman put the New York City Housing Authority on notice Monday, warning that “there is no more important case in my office...

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If NYCHA can’t provide heat, it’s time to replace the whole agency
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If NYCHA can’t provide heat, it’s time to replace the whole agency

Winter hasn’t yet arrived and the city’s public-housing agency is already struggling to provide heat and hot water to its tenants. If this keeps up...

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The lesson of Sears’ fall: Even giants don’t last
News 2 months ago
The lesson of Sears’ fall: Even giants don’t last

After Bloomberg News reported that Sears was preparing to file for bankruptcy, I decided to visit a Sears store. There’s still one left in Flatbush...

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NYC’s property taxes are going to remain a total mess
News 2 months ago
NYC’s property taxes are going to remain a total mess

Everyone knows New York City taxes are high, but that’s not the only problem: They’re also complicated, confusing and unfair — especially property...

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Rent ‘reform’ is a calamity in the making
News 2 months ago
Rent ‘reform’ is a calamity in the making

A catastrophe for the Big Apple’s economy is looming at the City Council. At a time when more storefronts stand vacant than at any time in history,...

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NYCHA judge is right to look for more radical solutions
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NYCHA judge is right to look for more radical solutions

NYCHA judge is right to look for more radical solutions By Post Editorial Board View author archive Get author RSS feed Name(required) Email...

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The labor war at Hudson Yards
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The labor war at Hudson Yards

The labor war at Hudson Yards By Steve Malanga View author archive Get author RSS feed Name(required) Email(required) Comment(required) September...

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Scott Stringer just proved himself sloppy and sneaky
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Scott Stringer just proved himself sloppy and sneaky

Scott Stringer just proved himself sloppy and sneaky By Post Editorial Board View author archive Get author RSS feed Name(required) Email(required)...

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Why you can expect even more bad news on NYCHA
News 3 months ago
Why you can expect even more bad news on NYCHA

Why you can expect even more bad news on NYCHA By Post Editorial Board View author archive Get author RSS feed Name(required) Email(required)...

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New York City is still failing on lead paint in public housing
News 3 months ago
New York City is still failing on lead paint in public housing

New York City is still failing on lead paint in public housing By Post Editorial Board View author archive Get author RSS feed Name(required) Email...

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City Democrats’ bid to make your building resemble a NYCHA wreck
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City Democrats’ bid to make your building resemble a NYCHA wreck

City Democrats' bid to make your building resemble a NYCHA wreck By Post Editorial Board View author archive Get author RSS feed Name(required)...

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De Blasio’s tragic decision to back-burner NYCHA
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De Blasio’s tragic decision to back-burner NYCHA

De Blasio’s tragic decision to back-burner NYCHA By Post Editorial Board View author archive Get author RSS feed Name(required) Email(required)...

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Cynthia Nixon sounds confused by her own ‘universal rent control’ plan
News 4 months ago
Cynthia Nixon sounds confused by her own ‘universal rent control’ plan

Cynthia Nixon sounds confused by her own ‘universal rent control' plan By Post Editorial Board View author archive Get author RSS feed Name...

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