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May 28 in history

585 BC – A solar eclipse occurred, as predicted by Greek philosopher and scientist Thales, while Alyattes was battling Cyaxares in the Battle of the Eclipse… 940 more words


American Pharoah Owner Accused of Being a Welcher, Perjurer, Resume Padder

It won’t come as a revelation that the owner of the horse that might notch a rare Triple Crown next month enjoys placing a wager or two. 1,935 more words

"Bill O’Reilly Will Never Pay": Why Domestic Abuse Allegations Won’t Faze Fox News

It should come as no surprise that Fox News didn’t mention the latest awful allegations about Bill O’Reilly’s behavior toward women on Monday night. But given the ugliness of the reports – … 748 more words

Family Values

Gail Collins: Let George Do It

New York Times — Just in case you haven’t heard: May 28 is the date that George Pataki will announce whether he’s running for the Republican presidential nomination. 135 more words


Jeb Bush Is Unelectable

Whenever the pundit class and party elites discuss the issue of “electability” in presidential elections, they are usually talking about fringe candidates with small bases of support that more often than not are running only to get a book deal or talk show. 756 more words

Hillary Clinton

Today in NYC History: Taxi Drivers and Rudy Go To Battle (1998)

It can be easy to forget, in our hurry to get places, that taxi drivers have it pretty tough. Between the rise of Uber, Lyft, and their imitators, and the introduction of the green outer-borough taxis a few years ago, life has never been so convenient for taxi passengers.   926 more words

Today In NYC History

With Approval Rating At All-Time Low, Mayor De Blasio Continues Trip To D.C., California

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Mayor Bill de Blasio is getting really low marks for his handling of crime. A new poll shows voters’ disapproval.

It’s one of the ironies of managing a large city like New York — the overall crime index is down 7 percent, but city residents are still not happy. 913 more words