• NRA agrees to five-year ban of insurance sales to settle NY charges

    NRA agrees to five-year ban of insurance sales to settle NY charges

    The National Rifle Association agreed to a five-year suspension of its insurance business in New York state and will pay a $2.5 million civil fine to settle charges it offered insurance to members
  • Mets’ Pete Alonso part of sports’ growing vulgarity problem

    Mets’ Pete Alonso part of sports’ growing vulgarity problem

    Some wrongs are not difficult to right. As my friend Mark Morley says, “It’s not rocket surgery.” Yet, and for no good reasons, we inexorably sink lower, every day, by pathetic design. Meanwhile, the modern marketing and TV content rational has become, “It’s no worse than this” or “It’s no worse than that.” But what …
  • NY probe of NBC News began with Matt Lauer’s firing in 2017, source says

    NY probe of NBC News began with Matt Lauer’s firing in 2017, source says

    State officials are investigating allegations of sexual misconduct and related cover-ups at NBC News — and have interviewed potential witnesses including Megyn Kelly, The Post has learned. The probe began around the time that “Today” show co-host Matt Lauer was fired in 2017 and is being conducted by the Civil Rights Bureau of the state …
  • New York, Connecticut want details on Zoom’s privacy practices

    New York, Connecticut want details on Zoom’s privacy practices

    At least two US state attorneys have sought information from Zoom Video Communications following multiple reports that questioned the privacy and security of the videoconferencing app. Zoom’s popularity has surged as employees at businesses, schools and millions of other organizations across the world work from home due to lockdowns imposed to slow the spread of …