Outstanding Photographs from New York City 1968-1978

The Mail Online published an well presented collection of outstanding photographs from New York City, mostly Manhattan, from a fascinating period, 1968 through 1978. (Image)

Middle class white-flight was nearly complete by the late 1960s leaving a city consisting of the very wealthy, working people, and a collection of energetic twenty-somethings. These folks had no […]

Hurricane Sandy and Climate Change Perceptions in the U.S. (VIDEO)

Via New Security Beat:

Did Hurricane Sandy change the discussion about climate change in the United States? In this latest episode of the Wilson Center’s Dialogue program, Senior Wilson Center Advisor and Ohio University Professor Geoff Dabelko joins host John Milewski to discuss the potential impact of Sandy on climate policy and dialogue in the […]

About time! New York Charges JPMorgan with Mortgage Fraud

Michael Collins

(New York Times, Oct 1) “The federal mortgage task force that was formed in January by the Justice Department filed its first complaint against a big bank on Monday, citing a broad pattern of misconduct in the packaging and sale of mortgage securities during the housing boom. The civil suit against Bear […]