Archive

Month: February 2014

NYPD Surveillance Upheld Despite AP Campaign

A federal judge in New Jersey dismissed a lawsuit last Thursday, February 20, that was brought by several Islamic activist organizations, including the Muslim Students Association and the Muslim Foundation, against the New York City Police Department. The plaintiffs accused…

Madoff Secretary: “I Loved Bernie”

The longtime assistant to Bernard Madoff testified on Monday, February 25,  that the man who orchestrated the Ponzi scheme had frequently warned her not to discuss his investment clients or the financial trades his firm handled for those clients. While…

PATH Steps Into the Future With New WTC Platform

The Port Authority of New York & New Jersey has finally opened the first platform at the new World Trade Center PATH station. Platform A, which serves Hoboken, is a fully modernized station that features new lighting, speakers, illuminated signs,…

Morsi Accused of Leaking Secrets to Iran

Prosecutors accused Egypt’s ousted president of leaking state secrets to Iran’s Revolutionary Guards as part of a plot to destabilize Egypt. Prosecutors in Egypt on Sunday accused deposed president Mohammed Morsi of leaking state secrets to Iran’s Revolutionary Guards as…