Through Oct. 31, Early Voting Time Travels You to Nov. 2’s Election Day

Through Oct. 31, Early Voting Time Travels You to Nov. 2’s Election Day

Daily through October 31, Early Voting allows you to have your say in the Nov. 2 General Election by taking care of that important citizenship task at your convenience (well, within available hours, which are daily and pretty long). There’s just one catch, if you can call it that: Your vote must be cast at […]

Who Run The World: Female Mayoral Candidates Share Their Platforms

Who Run The World: Female Mayoral Candidates Share Their Platforms

  BY WINNIE McCROY | As rain loomed in the forecast on the gray Monday of May 3, the three New York City female mayoral candidates (out of 13 total candidates) took time to share their ideas of a sunnier future outlook, post-pandemic. Topics discussed included education, the NYPD, Open Streets, small business survival, climate […]

Strong Clean Vehicle Standards Will Help U.S. Automakers Compete Globally

Strong Clean Vehicle Standards Will Help U.S. Automakers Compete Globally

BY SCOTT M. STRINGER | Polluting products and outdated strategies—facilitated by weak regulations—are bad investments. Over the past few years, financial markets have rewarded businesses that are actively building the clean, carbon-free energy economy, while companies anchored to polluting practices have seen share prices tumble. As fiduciary to the retirement security of more than 700,000 […]

Meet the Candidates for Mayor: Who are We to Trust?

Meet the Candidates for Mayor: Who are We to Trust?

BY DONATHAN SALKALN | For those that pulled the lever for Bill de Blasio in the 2013 Democratic primary, many are still smarting and numb. During his run for the Mayor’s office, de Blasio was arrested with hands bound by police zip-ties while protesting the conversion of Long Island Hospital in Brooklyn to luxury condos. […]