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Next Week/This Week: Long Train Running


1. Preet Bharara: The most feared man in Albany took a step onto the global stage on Tuesday when he indicted the former United Nations General Assembly President John Ashe and several UN functionaries, non-profit employees and Chinese businessmen. 1,360 more words

De Blasio Shrugs After Moskowitz Says She Won't Challenge Him

Mayor Bill de Blasio didn’t have much to say today about his arch-villain getting out of the mayoral race.

“Each person has to make their own choice on whether they want to run for office and I have said I welcome anyone who makes that choice and I’m ready to have a very spirited debate about New York City,” he said at an unrelated press conference in Queens. 271 more words

Eva Moskowitz Says She's Not Running for Mayor

Citing her dedication to “re-imagining” education through the charter schools movement, Eva Moskowitz ruled out today that she would challenge Mayor Bill de Blasio in 2017. 933 more words

Charter School Magnate Moskowitz Says She's Not Running For Mayor

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork/AP) — Charter school magnate Eva Moskowitz said she will not run for mayor in 2017.

Moskowitz, an outspoken critic of Mayor Bill de Blasio, made the announcement on the steps of City Hall Thursday morning. 330 more words


School Children Again Used as Props as Taxpayers Pay for the Opening Salvo in Moskowitz’s Mayoral Campaign

As I write thousands of New York City charter school students and their parents are unwittingly preparing to play their vital roles in what is being billed as a Rally for School Equality. 862 more words

"Education Reform"

Eva Moskowitz Is Going to Say Something Tomorrow

An intriguing advisory landed in the inboxes of political reporters this afternoon that left many of them aflutter: Eva Moskowitz is going to say something… 531 more words

Bronx Borough President Takes on de Blasio Over Charter Schools

Bronx Borough President Ruben Diaz Jr. today joined charter school advocates and families to demand Mayor Bill de Blasio treat the privately-run schools “equitably”—and to swiftly find locations for 14 new schools in the controversial Success Academy chain set to open next year. 760 more words