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  • A bogus climate-change law from New York’s cynical leaders

  • New York’s leaders seem determined to make this year’s end-of-session legislating the ugliest ever. The latest example: The Climate and Community Protection Act. The act sets ambitious goals for eliminating greenhouse-gas emissions and transitioning to “clean” energy. Lawmakers and Gov. Andrew Cuomo reached a deal on it this week — then opted to skip the...
  • Fact-checking AOC on Amazon's 'starvation wages'

  • During an interview with ABC News, New York Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez dodged the question of whether Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos would still be a billionaire under her political prescriptions. Instead she attacked how Amazon treats its employees, claiming the e-commerce giant's practices of paying "starvation wages and stripping them of their ability to access health care," contribute to Jeff Bezos's personal wealth.
  • Mayor de Blasio finally names new NYCHA boss

  • New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio named the head of Minneapolis’s tiny public housing agency, Gregory Russ, as the new top boss of the city’s massive and scandal-rocked Housing Authority, ending a months-long search that blew two deadlines. “In a national search, Greg Russ stands out as someone with the guts to make big...
  • Inside the culinary black market for wealthy, elite Americans

  • Foie gras may soon be illegal in New York City, as the fight to eliminate the liver of force-fed geese from menus here heats up in the chambers of City Council this week. But even if the ban goes through, it may warrant nothing more than a blasé “challenge accepted” from ballsy chefs. They’ve long...
  • Uncertain ‘legal pot’ bill still smoldering in Albany

  • Long-stalled efforts to legalize marijuana in New York state gained new life Tuesday as state Senators signaled progress towards a tentative agreement — despite less-than-stellar assessments from those close to the talks. The newfound public optimism came after days of fruitless negotiations that stalled over a series of seemingly intractable issues: Will local municipalities be...
  • Celebrating ‘Pose’ Season 2 this Pride Month

  • In honor of Pride Month, “Page Six TV” is giving a shout-out to “Pose,” the acclaimed TV drama about 1980s ball culture in New York City. With a predominately transgender cast of characters, the series is an “American family that we’ve never seen on TV,” explains Carlos Greer. Season 2 of “Pose” — starring Billy...

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