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November 6, 2006
Get Me to the PATH on Time!

It’s not gay marriage, exactly, but last week’s decision by the New Jersey Supreme Court to require the state to create a legally viable same-sex union caused some confirmed city folk to wonder, How bad would it be to be a Jersey commuter? So we popped the question to a few gay men:

October 30, 2006
Don’t Count Him Out

Is an upstate accountant the state GOP’s last hope?

October 30, 2006
Double Your Fun

Dualities abounded last week in the town so nice they named it twice.

October 30, 2006
More Bad News For N.Y. GOP

Ortenzio targeted.

October 30, 2006
Achtung, Bono! Activists See Red

Alliance with Gap upsets anti-sweatshop types.

October 30, 2006
Could Jersey Go Red?

Control of the Senate could turn on one of the bluest states—and one of the nastiest races—in the country. And Jon Corzine is sweating it.

October 23, 2006
Super Mario Helps His Boy

Spitzer now likes Andy.

October 23, 2006
Can This Marriage Be Saved?

“You’re reading in the paper that your spouse was asked whether she loves you or not, and she says, ‘I love my family,’” says Al Pirro. “How would you feel?”

October 23, 2006
Could the Democrats Lose?

With these poll numbers, they look like a lock—but don’t forget, they’re the Dems. And winning may bring its own set of problems.

October 23, 2006
How to Win a War

With a nuclear North Korea and Iran on the way, the geopolitical situation is evolving in unpredictable ways. Can a hypersophisticated World War II simulation teach us 21st-century global strategy? An eminent historian rates the state of play.

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