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Robert Kolker

May 13, 2002 | Feature
Milk Money
April 29, 2002 | Feature
Q&A: Buddhism Is the New Black
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.

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