The "Ask a Philosopher" booth presented by the Brooklyn Public Library.
With our Ask A Philosopher booth, we turned New York City into a marketplace of ideas.
Former NYPD Commissioner William Bratton.
The turnaround artist could be a bridge to a NYPD commissioner of color.
How can NYC be brought back after the Coronavirus pandemic?
New York isn’t dying, it just needs leadership and creative policymaking.
Buildings overlooking Battery Park in the Financial District of Manhattan.
Upzone commercial areas to allow more housing in them.
New York City is markedly more segregated than most other major cities in the country.
Mandatory inclusionary housing should be applied to rich neighborhoods.
The Beach Terrace Nursing Home in Long Beach, New York.
Testing residents and employees sooner could have slowed the spread of COVID-19 in nursing homes.
Work in the New York-New Jersey-Connecticut tri-state region will never be quite the same.
With increased telecommuting, taxation for suburbanites could get complicated, so states should work together.
Governor Cuomo and California Governor Gavin Newsom
This is a time for top-down leadership.
Andrew Yang filed the lawsuit that got the New York democratic presidential primary back on.
This is what happens when dilettantes start to play with politics.
President Trump at the White House coronavirus update briefing on April 7th.
Trump and McConnell lay the groundwork to force New York to open up too early.