Wednesday, April 11, 2012

The New York Times

John Eligon writes: “After a two-month hiatus from public view, Representative Charles B. Rangel was back in the spotlight on Tuesday, hosting a small-business forum in Harlem and behaving in his usual manner: loud, witty, defiant and mischievous.”

Eligon notes: “Eric T. Schneiderman, the New York State attorney general, is creating a bureau to investigate criminal cases across the state in which convictions have been called into question.”

Danny Hakim reports: “Public employees are working without contracts in cities and counties across New York State, as labor negotiations stall because local governments say they cannot afford to raise wages.”

Joseph Berger notes: “New York University has agreed to reduce the scale of its plans for four tall buildings in Greenwich Village by almost a fifth.”

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