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Mayor Bill de Blasio is proposing putting after-school programs for middle school students in every district school that doesn't have them.
With the help of an impatient news media, a global taste for drama and Russia's provocative posturing in the Ukraine, the White House is now wedged in the put up or shut up position. Are we in a Cold War now? A Cool War? Maybe it's just tepid.
The attorney for Gov. Scott Walker's campaign is named in a court order as a lawyer in a case challenging the ongoing secret investigation into possible illegal campaigning.
A class-action lawsuit claims New York City's property tax system unfairly discriminates against blacks and Hispanics living in rental buildings.
A prosecutor has asked a state appeals court to overturn a ruling in a secret John Doe investigation that's reportedly focused on fundraising by Gov. Scott Walker's campaign and other conservative groups.
Rep. Paul Ryan said Wednesday that Republicans will outline their principles for tax reform even if President Obama's insistence on higher taxes dampen the prospects of something actually passing.