As you drive up, a friendly blue sign says “Daily parking $8.00.” If you park before you pass that sign, you’re fine. But the other side is red and says “No standing.” It’s like an old episode of Futurama.
The point is that Steven Santiago was a brave man before, when and after he jumped on the tracks. He was, to be sure, a man who made mistakes, but still a good man.
The former House Speaker may have made top banana through a process of elimination. Sure, the Ron Paul banana looked tempting, but Grandpa knew he’d regret it later.
Whether or not Abdel Hameed Shehadeh’s statement gets suppressed at his trial, authorities now know about all the people he met as he tried to join the Taliban.
The Health Department crushed Cucina di Napoli with violations shortly after a co-owner said on TV that inspectors raked in bucks with heavy fines for minors infractions.
A spokesman for the city’s DOT told the press, “This is similar to the policy at Grand Central which does not permit displays on the main floor of the terminal.”
Presidential candidate Newt Gingrich’s reaction to possible disclosure from an old ethics investigation is to threaten anyone who breaks a confidentiality agreement. Not exactly a reform platform.
The former Vice President will appear at a benefit for the borough’s GOP, and he’ll face just the kind of crowd he likes – a roomful of Republicans, and his daughter Liz.
The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey said none of the money from toll increases will be used for the World Trade Center. But New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie and New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo gave that as a reason for the increase.
The former borough president says he might “do something” – apparently nursing a grudge against Gingrich that goes back to when they served together in Congress.