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Robert Kolker

April 22, 2002 | Feature
Street Fight

As the left tries to assault Rudy's legacy on crime, the Manhattan Institute strikes back.

April 15, 2002 | Feature
The King of All Synergy

How Bloomberg has used charm (and money) to finesse conflict -- and conflict of interest.

March 11, 2002 | Feature
The View Down Here

Real Estate 2002: For a few smoky months, TriBeCa's glory days as the city's most glamorous nexus of art and commerce seemed over. But downtown life is slowly returning to normal -- and so are loft prices.

March 4, 2002 | Feature
The Great Pretender?
February 18, 2002 | Feature
Private Schools to Parents: What Recession?
February 11, 2002 | Feature
City Father's Son
January 14, 2002 | Feature
Quality-of-Life Control

When it comes to squeegee men and other urban menaces, can Bloomberg stay tough -- and have a heart?

December 17, 2001 | Feature
O'Neill Versus Osama

Most of the victims of the September 11 attack seemed tragically random -- they were just going to work. Not John O'Neill. Until last August, he'd been the FBI's top expert on Al Qaeda and Osama bin Laden, a lead investigator of the USS Cole and African embassy bombings. Leaving the Bureau in frustration, he'd taken a job he thought of as retirement: World Trade Center security chief. But when he died it became clear: His own life contained as many mysteries as his enemy's.

December 11, 2000 | Feature
An Unorthodox Deal

Kay Lowinger claims she was promised a life of affluence if she converted to her husband's religion, Orthodox Judaism. She kept her part of the bargain, raising her three children in the faith. But when she divorced her husband, she also sued the person who'd made the promise: her mother-in-law.

November 26, 2001 | Feature
The Power of Partnership

On September 11, New York's chief executives got a higher calling. With the city in crisis, the New York City Partnership, an alliance of A-list business leaders formed in the wake of the last fiscal crisis, is coming together to lead the counterattack.

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