Certainly, there’s been a lot of talk since last year’s midterm elections about loosening the ties between lobbyists and members of Congress. But what happens when the lobbyist and elected official in question happen to be mother and daughter?
Here’s an email from former Council member Una Clarke, now a registered lobbyist, about Read More
Eliot Spitzer: Leader of the pack.
Only a few people — and three reporters, to be precise — tagged along when Eliot Spitzer checked out the Air Train terminal at JFK Airport in Queens this morning for what was essentially the longest photo-op we’d ever seen.
During the walk-through, most of the talk Read More
When people think of air safety these days, what most often comes to mind is how travelers can best be protected from terrorists. But there are other less dramatic but equally deadly and growing dangers, as was seen in early July, when a cargo jet barely missed colliding with a fully loaded passenger jet on Read More
As the country buckles down under repeated government warnings of terrorist attacks from Al Qaeda and elsewhere, travelers arriving in the U.S. this summer will notice some big changes. The U.S. Customs and Border Protection service is taking inkless fingerprints and digital photos of visitors from all but 27 countries at many airports, checking that Read More