Congressman Charlie Rangel is in a bit of hot water following a report indicating he failed to pay the state a minimum of $87,000 in rent on his district office in Harlem. 530 more words
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The Rev. Al Sharpton rejected on Sunday the idea that Rep. Charlie Rangel should be accorded one final term, as a graceful exit for the longtime congressman.
Times Square-based investment firm Jem Realty Management bought a seven-story office building on Adam C. Powell Jr. Boulevard in central Harlem for $21.5 million from Fort Lee, N.J., developer Mitchell Mekel, according to property records filed with the city today. Read more here…