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More than 210 years after his violent death, Alexander Hamilton's likeness has remained etched into America's pocketbooks, if not its collective consciousness. Even with the Obama administration's decision to have the founding father and inaugural Treasury secretary share the $10 bill with a woman, Hamilton's name is not likely to be diminished in the country's cultural memory anytime soon. Comment?
Today, Hillary Clinton delivered the first major policy speech of her presidential campaign standing in the FDR Four Freedoms Park on New York's Roosevelt Island. Earlier this week, when the Clinton campaign announced the location of the kickoff rally, which focused on economic policy, many political addicts reacted to the announcement by roundly responding together in chorus: " Where? " Roosevelt Island is a community of 14,000 located in the East River between Manhattan and Queens. Comment?
Good Monday morning. Ted Cruz, who was losing the attention war, moved up his rollout to get ahead of Rand and Marco, who both plan announcements the week after Easter. Comment?
New York state's long-serving Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver was arrested by FBI agents Thursday on charges of corruption. Silver, a Democrat from Manhattan's Lower East Side, allegedly failed to list payments from Goldberg & Iryami, a Manhattan law firm that focuses on real estate taxes, on financial-disclosure forms. Comment?
Per email to colleagues from Lazard's Antonio Weiss: "At the end of the week, I will be leaving Lazard to take on new responsibilities in the public sector. Lazard has been my home for over 20 years. Comment?
When you think about great places to grow old and retire, New York City doesn't immediately spring to mind. It's outrageously expensive. Comment?
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