The New York Times blocked UK readers from accessing an online article about new details in the British terror case Instead, readers in England saw this explanation, "British law prohibits publication of prejudicial information about the defendants prior to trial? .
What if former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani wasn't the hero everybody thought? What if, like Bush, Giuliani had ignored myriad pre-9/11 warnings about terrorism? What if he thus left the city ill-prepared to respond to such a disaster? That's the provocative thesis of a new book written by two top-flight investigative journalists.
A wide array of artists, politicians, academics and journalists endorsed a full-page ad in the N.Y. Times on Thursday that calls for a day of mass resistance Oct. 5 to "drive out the Bush regime."
The New York Court of Appeals stated last week that it upheld a gay marriage ban because gay couples make more stable parental units than heterosexual couples--and thus the latter need the benefits of marriage to assist them. The reasoning behind this is wild, but it's also insidious. Check it out.