As she lurks again outside of the police station, just as she did in Episode 1, Bonnie sees Corey exiting the building. As if she didn’t already have enough to worry about, now Bonnie has reason to fear that the cops have a mole inside the Monterey Five. Now that Amazon has decided not to build in Long Island City, there are very different possible reactions: Regret that our local politicians and union leaders were so negative and refused to encourage the bright side of this potential deal, or joy that after one-sided negotiations, this behemoth of a company is taking its business elsewhere.
As of late afternoon on Thursday, Mr. Bloomberg had not spoken with Mr. Biden about his updated plans, an adviser to Mr. Bloomberg said. The question is whether any climate legislation will have a real shot of passing both chambers of Congress. Joel Clement, a senior fellow with the Center for Science and Democracy at the Union of Concerned Scientists, an advocacy group, called the hearings “anti-climactic.”Delivered in 2-3 bussiness days
We’re covering the outreach of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi in the U.S., the U.N. General Assembly and the bold, beautiful birds of Sydney. TALIB KWELI at the BRIC House Ballroom (Feb. 14, 8 p.m.). A Brooklyn native, this rapper gives an interesting spin to Valentine’s Day concerts: His is a love letter to his home borough. Brooklyn — specifically Park Slope, where Kweli grew up, and Fort Greene, where this concert will take place — has changed dramatically since he first rose to prominence in the late 1990s as half of Black Star, which he formed with the M.C. Yasiin Bey (then known as Mos Def), a fellow Brooklynite. Kweli’s message, though, has remained the same: He’s still using his technical mastery to push for social and political reform in Brooklyn and beyond. 718-683-5600, bricartsmedia.org
LONDON — In a bid to re-energize his election campaign, Jeremy Corbyn, the leader of Britain’s Labour Party, unveiled the party’s most left-wing agenda in a generation on Thursday, vowing to tax the wealthy to renationalize large parts of the country’s utilities and railways, reduce carbon emissions, and pay for better health care and schools.Delivered in 2-3 bussiness days
Log InHe has invested less time in the early-voting primary states than many of his rivals, while also appearing in general-election battlegrounds like Pennsylvania and Ohio. And in New York on Monday and Tuesday, he is scheduled to headline high-dollar fund-raisers at a time when some of his opponents are seeking distance from Wall Street. THE DREAMERS By Karen Thompson Walker