BILL de BLASIO'S AMBITIOUS PLAN FOR TRANSFORMING GOWANUS COULD BE A DEVELOPER'S DREAM OR AN ENVIRONMENTAL NIGHTMARE FOR THE CITY
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WE SENT FREEDOM OF INFORMATION REQUESTS TO EVERY STATE AND FEDERAL AGENCY ASKING FOR PAYROLL DATA.
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HOW MOTHER-AND-DAUGHTER ACTIVISTS TOOK ON A DRILLING COMPANY TO PROTECT THEIR TOWN’S DRINKING WATER — AND SET THE STAGE FOR A GAME-CHANGING SHOWDOWN ON CORPORATE VERSUS COMMUNITY RIGHTS.
HOW TERROR RECRUITERS IN EGYPT TARGET ONE MAN FACED WITH A CHOICE: KILL CIVILIANS OR GAMBLE WITH HIS LIFE IN PROFITEER SMUGGLING.
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