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At 53, Judge Brett Kavanaugh is old enough to remember the ugly national spectacle of the 1991 Senate hearings for the nomination of Clarence Thomas to the Supreme Court — a drama he is now fated to re-enact in the starring role of The Accused.

Back in 1991, as Thomas was speeding toward a lifetime...

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Parents, please thank an honest detective for blowing the whistle on city education officials who’ve put thousands of kids’ safety in the back seat, at the mercy of yellow school bus drivers with records of drunk driving, sexual sleazery and domestic violence that should by any standard be disqualifying.

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Mike Bloomberg is said to be eyeing a run for President as a Democrat in 2020.

A party that’s lurching ever further left is unlikely to welcome a man who hugs big banks, stands by stop-and-frisk policing and questions the wisdom of the #MeToo movement. Still, we like the guy, so let him try.

To...

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In “Fear,” Bob Woodward’s nonfiction Gothic tale of the haunting of the White House, dread stalks the Oval Office and overcomes anyone who approaches the ironically named Resolute desk. They all but tremble before Donald Trump, fearing his temper, his enormous and unfathomable ignorance, his obsessions...

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What to make of the guilty plea by Paul Manafort, Donald Trump’s former campaign chairman, and the news that Manafort will cooperate with Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election?

For Manafort, this seems like a good deal considering he was facing...

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The woman accusing Brett Kavanaugh of drunkenly trying to force himself on her when both were high school students, Christine Blasey Ford, must sit at the Senate Judiciary Committee witness table, as she says she is willing to do, and answer tough questions about the very serious accusations she...

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Mentally ill Andrew Goldstein was recently released from Sing Sing Correctional Facility after serving 19 years for pushing a young woman named Kendra Webdale in front of a subway train and to her death. After this tragedy, New York State passed a law to help prevent incidents like these: Kendra’s...

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Gov. Cuomo deserves a great deal of credit for Tuesday’s opening of the Mario M. Cuomo Bridge as well as last January’s opening of the Second Ave. subway. Since he has taken over the reins of the state’s transportation system, he should also be held responsible for addressing its many problems.

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Andrew Goldstein, so psychologically sick that he shoved a young woman to her death on subway tracks just because, is out of state prison after serving 19 years for manslaughter — and in an unspecified state facility.

Kendra Webdale, the woman whose life he ended with that push, lives on in the...

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Web giant Google is on the side of the angels in European court as it fights against widespread application of the “right to be forgotten.”

What may sound at first glance like an empowering information-age principle risks stifling expression everywhere.

As conceived, the right gives an individual...

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