Clear all search history
Law & Crime
Disasters & Accidents
War & Conflict
Hospitality & Recreation
Ed Koch articles over last 30 days
articles last 30 days
articles per day
Mentioned in this news
Dems look to new Colorado voting law to save Sena...
These Tuesday, Oct. 7, 2014 photos show U.S. Rep. Cory Gardner, R-Colo., and U.S. Sen. Mark Udall, D-Colo., during a debate at The Denver Post in Denver, Colo. (AP) Buzz Cut: • Dems look to new...
Read more at
+ 10 more articles
Former Congressman and New York Megachurch Pastor...
NEW YORK — Rev. Floyd Flake, senior pastor of the Greater Allen A.M.E Cathedral of New York, who spent 11 years in Congress batting for a better life for constituents in his church community,...
Read more at The Christian Post
Maureen O’Hara's Cork estate goes on sale for €2....
Maureen O’Hara's Cork estate goes on sale for €2.3m The Hollywood star is selling her scenic coastal property, Lugdine Park, which is set on 35 acres. The Hollywood star is selling her scenic coastal...
Read more at The Irish Times
NYPD Still Arresting Large Number Of Minorities F...
As a candidate for New York City mayor last year, Bill de Blasio promised to end marijuana arrests, noting that they have “disastrous consequences for individuals and their families,” such as making...
Read more at The Huffington Post
Bill de Blasio
Drug Policy Alliance
New York City
Andrew Cuomo: My Brother Chris Cuomo Is One Of Th...
As Capital New York noted last week, Cuomo's book offers page after page of snarky comments towards the press, which he repeatedly describes as often ideological and unfair. However, Cuomo, who is...
Read more at Business Insider
Cuomo writes of boat trip on 'Lake Onondaga' and ...
SYRACUSE, N.Y. -- Gov. Andrew Cuomo briefly mentions Syracuse politicians Joanie Mahoney and the late Lee Alexander, recalls an unpleasant trip to the New York State Fair and writes about a boat ride...
Read more at The Post-Standard
Heartfelt anger at inaction over AIDS
Larry Kramer's furious drama "The Normal Heart," a study of the early years (1981-84) of the AIDS crisis in New York City and the unforgivable lack of public response and private compassion, was first...
Read more at Chicago Tribune
Dark star: the paintings of Alice Neel
Her abiding subject, though, remained her extended family complete with its menagerie of animals (at one point there were even baby alligators in the bath). An exhibition of Neel’s painting, featuring...
Read more at Daily Telegraph
New Yorkers Can Now Park Their Websites at .Nyc
New York is the first American city to receive its very own domain name. The new ".nyc" generic top-level domain (gTLD) is geared towards helping people and businesses identify themselves as...
Read more at Entrpreneur
Internet Corporation for Assigned Names
New York City
Fascinating Photos of NYC Street Art, Collected i...
Alice Mizrachi / Ginko Press Defiant, farcical, profane: These are the words that come to mind when attempting to describe the street art that photographer Yoav Litvin has chronicled on the streets...
Read more at The Atlantic
Inside IBM Watson's New NYC Digs
... York is the city where the future comes to rehearse," said the late NYC Mayor
in 1986, at the dawn of the personal computing age. His statement proved quite prescient, as modern startups...
Read more at
+ 2 more articles
IBM Watson Group
New York City
“The last days of American civilization”: How the...
In 1975, facing the prospect of municipal bankruptcy, New York City Mayor Abe Beame moved to lay off nearly 11,000 police officers, firemen and other uniformed personnel — and sparked one of the more...
Read more at Salon.com
New York City subway
The French Connection
'Citizen Koch' takes aim at influential, controve...
The loud-voiced documentary "Citizen Koch" is not about a former mayor of New York City. Instead, it is about the machinations of brothers Charles and David Koch. Unlike hizzoner
, neither of...
Read more at Worcester Telegram & Gazette
Mayor's counsel opens the wallet
Corporation counsel Zachary Carter helps negotiate settlements for the city. Published: October 1, 2014 - 1:30 pm The resolution of the Central Park jogger case in September closed the book on one...
Read more at Crain's New York Business
Advance historic page from August 8, 1993: Mayor ...
Advance historic page from August 8, 1993: Mayor Koch admits Island economy would benefit from secession STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. -- Today's archive page is from August 8, 1993. Despite his continued...
Read more at Staten Island Advance
I spend a lot of time in a genealogical chat room called whosyourgranny.com. Recently, it carried a post suggesting that the Koch brothers, the right-wing billionaires from Wichita, Kansas, were...
Read more at The New Yorker
Ballot item changes but idea is still bad
Editorial: Ballot item changes but idea is still bad Print this ArticleEmail this Article Last updated: 4:57 PM - 09/25/14 The proposed amendment facing voters this November will not be as...
Read more at Middletown Times Herald-Record
Board of Elections
New York City
Latest from Twitter
Parts of this website powered by Open Calais, a toolkit for rich semantic metadata extraction.
Interceder is a topic search engine aggregating the latest news on any topic into a single window of information. This page has been automatically generated. To contact Interceder
Your privacy is important. Interceder does not collect and keep any personal information about visitors to the site. Interceder may use third-party advertising companies to serve ads. These companies may use information (not including your name, address, email address, or telephone number) about your visits to this and other websites in order to provide advertisements on this website, other websites, and other forms of media about goods and services of interest to you.