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Has the Backlash Arrived for Police-Bashing? May. 11, 2021

Patrick Buchanan

Within hours of Saturday's shooting in Times Square where three bystanders, including a 4-year-old g... Read More

Design Destination: New York City Apr. 24, 2021

The Art of Design

We are all familiar with the saying "Home, Sweet Home," but what does this mean? This varies greatly... Read More

Feds Should Launch Massive Vaccine Effort Jan. 14, 2021

Betsy McCaughey

Americans are stressing out over how long they'll have to endure isolation, closed businesses and fe... Read More

The Miracle on 80th Street Dec. 17, 2020

Froma Harrop

I've spent the week in New York, and no visit happens without a trip to Zabar's, a specialty food st... Read More

'A Rainy Day in New York': Why Is Woody Allen Still at It? Oct. 09, 2020

Screener

Woody Allen has been making movies for 55 years now, at the approximate rate of one every year. On t... Read More

New York: the Example America Should Not Follow Oct. 07, 2020

Star Parker

New York City is becoming an economic basket case. "'We're at war': New York City Faces a Financial ... Read More

Crime, the Police and Reality Sep. 24, 2020

Froma Harrop

Here's a policing story with a happy ending: Deputies in Deltona, Florida, recently stopped a black ... Read More

Smaller Big Cities Can Be Better Cities Jul. 23, 2020

Froma Harrop

It was a bittersweet evening in Manhattan. Parisian-level charm had descended on what used to be tra... Read More

A Legal Challenge to the Big Apple's Newest Rent-Control Laws Jul. 09, 2020

Veronique de Rugy

Government growth and abuses are not challenged nearly enough. This results in a proliferation of ba... Read More

Unfriendly Fascism Jun. 25, 2020

R. Emmett Tyrrell Jr.

Washington — Now the mob is planning to tear down the statue of Theodore Roosevelt, who, may I... Read More

Nuts About Squirrels Jun. 04, 2020

Lenore Skenazy

This is not a column about antibodies, cops, COVID-19, killer wasps, missing bees, vaccines, ventila... Read More

Bird-Watching While Black May. 29, 2020

Mona Charen

A lifelong bird-watcher ventured into a section of New York's Central Park, the "Ramble," at 7:30 a.... Read More

Time to Reopen the Economy May. 13, 2020

Betsy McCaughey

All across the nation, business owners are waiting for the signal to reopen. In some places, it's ha... Read More

Bill de Blasio Highlights the Far Left's Jewish Problem May. 01, 2020

Josh Hammer

On Tuesday evening, the mayor of the city that is home to the largest Jewish population in the world... Read More

Time for Reopening May. 01, 2020

Michael Barone

Time for reopening? Let's reframe the question. Time for what to reopen? With what precautions? In w... Read More

Why People Will Leave -- and Stay -- in the Big Cities Apr. 28, 2020

Froma Harrop

The coronavirus has rearranged American life. Mask wearing and social distancing is still required i... Read More

Stop the Insane Coronavirus Jailbreaks Apr. 17, 2020

Josh Hammer

All across the nation, state and local officials have glommed onto the coronavirus pandemic as an ex... Read More

What Does Reopening Look Like? Apr. 15, 2020

Ben Shapiro

As our national lockdown drags on, Americans seem less and less inclined to move swiftly toward soci... Read More

Trump Uses Persuasion, Not Force, in Coronavirus Crisis Apr. 12, 2020

Debra J. Saunders

WASHINGTON — When President Donald Trump told Turning Point USA last July, "Then, I have an Ar... Read More

Bloomberg the Nanny Feb. 26, 2020

John Stossel

Good for Mike Bloomberg. During his first debate, he slammed Bernie Sanders by saying: "We're not g... Read More