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Rembrandts of the Courtroom

BY DIANE DIMOND OK, by a show of hands, how many readers have actually sat inside a courtroom and watched a trial? Having been assigned to cover countless high-profile trials…

Lee Boyd Malvo — An Enterprise From Behind Bars

BY DIANE DIMOND Lee Boyd Malvo, inmate No. 330873, incarcerated at the super-maximum Red Onion State Prison in Virginia has a business plan to make himself some money. He either…

EDUCATE UNITED WATER

To the Editor, One resonant theme of the NYS Public Service Commission proceedings in Albany regarding United Water and Rockland County, is “Outreach and Education”. The arrogant French-controlled utility lives…

Yes, Astorino Can Win New York for the GOP

BY PETER ROFF Op-ed originally published in US News and World Report Most of the pundits who follow national politics have already made up their minds about what’s going on…

The right way to spend New York’s BNP Paribas windfall

BY ROBERT P. ASTORINO New York state stands to reap billions from the fines paid by French banking giant BNP Paribas to settle money-laundering charges. The one-time windfall should go…

OPINION: Healthcare’s Problem Is Not High Drug Prices

BY SALLY C. PIPES Is $84,000 too much to pay to save a life? That’s a question worth asking now that the insurance industry has declared war on what it…

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