Newsday Articles 1986-95

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1986

“The Amnesiac Alligators of New York,” April 8.

“Press, Preoccupied, Skims the Surface,” April 11.

“Who Has the Guts to Turn Back Cars?” April 15.

“Ethics? How Politically Inconvenient,” April 18.

“The Incredible Mayor of 1,000 Faces,” April 22.

“GE: Bringing Toxic Wastes to Life,” April 25.

“The Modern Pharaohs of New York,” April 29.

“Praising (and Burying) Neighborhoods,” May 2.

“Setup of NYC School Boards is Flawed,” May 6.

“Bad News? You Ain’t Heard Nothin’ Yet,” May 9.

“An Underdog Barks in Fenway Park,” May 13.

“But, Mayor, What About the Children?” May 16.

“The Self-Importance of Being Donald,” May 20.

“Scandal and the Planning Commission,” May 23.

“In Reagan’s View, Poor Are Just Dumb,” May 27.

“See No Scandal, Speak No Apology,” May 30.

“Pay a Fare That’s Fair Pay For Cabbies,” June 3.

“C’mon, Mayor, Tell Us Who’s a Crook,” June 6.

“City Tax Abatements Down by the Riverside,” June 13.

“Secret Little Deals in the New Tax ‘Reform,’” June 17.

“This Just is Not the Season for Negativism,” June 20.

“A Long Walk for a Lame Duck,” June 24.

“Crack – It Reaches Your Brain in 8 Seconds,” June 27.

“City Hall’s Endless Scandal Grows Yet Again,” July 1.

“And the Miss Liberty Schlock Award Goes to…,” July 4.

“Albany’s Heart Wasn’t in the Corruption Battle,” July 8.

“New York Vice and Our Undercover Senator,” July 11.

“The Tragic Inevitability of Crazed Killers,” July 15.

“$49 a Night Gets Them a Home, 12 Feet by 12,” July 18.

“A Tidy $10-Million Gift for a Developer,” July 22.

“When Grand Jury Calls, Bronx Pols Scatter,” July 25.

“Disruption Rises From the Governor’s Garden,” Aug. 19.

“The Curious Matter of Abe Hirschfeld’s Ad,” Aug. 22.

“Soliciting Isn’t Nice, Even for Politicians,” Aug. 26.

“Petition Pettifoggery and Ballot Bungling,” Aug. 29.

“Woman Fire Fighters Get no Respect,” Sept. 2.

“We Want to Be Titillated With Sex and Gossip,” Sept. 5.

“The Money Candidates in Today’s Primary,” Sept. 9.

“All of a Sudden, Mark Green Has a Chance,” Sept. 12.

“Chance to Read a Thriller on City Corruption,” Sept. 16.

“The Mayor Should Go Stand in the Corner,” Sept. 19.

“Trusting City Hall is OK, but How About Facts?” Sept. 23.

“Merely 12 Floors Above and Beyond the Law,” Sept. 26.

“The Red Sox News You Didn’t Get in the City,” Sept. 30.

“Good Cops – the Majority – Have Nowhere to Turn,” Oct. 3.

“ ‘The People’s Senator’ Is Heard on the Street,” Oct. 7.

“Who is Hasenfus? Nobody Will Claim Him,” Oct. 10.

“How Can We Not Small Corruption’s Stench?” Oct. 14.

“Saying No to Kids About Sex Isn’t an Answer,” Oct. 17.

“Baseball Was Meant to Be Taken Seriously,” Oct. 21.

“Above All, the Senator is ‘Proud’ of His Record,” Oct. 24.

“It’s Down to Cuomo vs. Cuomo in the Debates,” Oct. 28.

“Lying to the Press Has Become Too Comfortable,” Oct. 31.

“Too Few Endorsements for Ethics in Politics,” Nov. 4.

“Sometimes Gifts Can Come in Empty Boxes,” Nov. 7.

“Moving Cops Around the City Isn’t the Answer,” Nov. 11.

“When Stanley Friedman Calls, Money Talks,” Nov. 14.

“The Absent Party at Stanley Friedman’s Trial,” Nov. 18.

“President Pinocchio’s $37,000 House of Cards,” Nov. 21.

“The Press and Cuomo in a Test of Thin Skins,” Nov. 25.

“The Results of Government by a TV Celebrity,” Nov. 28.

“Is ‘So What?’ the Answer to All Our Scandals?” Dec. 2.

“Citizens Entrapped Into Skipping the Sales Tax,” Dec. 5.

“Making Money by Clearing Out Poor Tenants,” Dec. 9.

“Koch’s Latest Sleight-of-Hand on SRO Hotels,” Dec. 12.

“The City Has Become ‘Slumlord of Last Resort,’” Dec. 16.

“The Scandal Commission’s Swan Song Is a Hit,” Dec. 19.

“A Wall That the Howard Beach Death Reveals,” Dec. 23.

1987

“We Need a Crusader to Take on Corruption,” Jan. 6.

“Swiss Account for Contras Is Tough to Balance,” Jan. 9.

“A Report on Racism That’s Right On Today,” Jan. 13.

“City Hospitals Are an Incentive to Stay Well,” Jan. 16.

“CAug.ht in a Wretched Limbo in Southeast Asia,” Jan. 20.

“Is Mayor Koch Really Serious About Housing?” Jan. 23.

“The AIDS Epidemic – There’s No hiding Place,” Jan. 27.

“A Feather-Ruffler Bites the Dust at City Hall,” Jan. 30.

“A Reporter Who Scared the Albany ‘No-Shows,’” Feb. 3.

“A Fertile Field of Greed Ripens in the Bronx,” Feb. 6.

“Who Should Own the Sunshine in New York?” Feb. 10.

“When Boesky Talked, Goldin Passed the Word,” Feb. 13.

“Bless the Houses That Machines Would Not Build,” Feb. 17.

“The Sweeps – ‘Is Television Punishing Us?’” Feb. 20.

“If Not the Candidate, Then Be the Governor,” Feb. 24.

“Lost in Space With a Personal Management Style,” Feb. 27.

“Truth is Truth, Whether It Is Special or Plain,” March 3.

“Natural Allies: Police and the Poverty-Stricken,” March 6.

“Here’s A Chance to Be the City’s Hero, Trump,” March 10.

“The Born-Again Champion of Reform Politics,” March 17.

“Maybe It Is Time to Examine the Prosecutors,” March 20.

“Spring Training: Far From the Real World,” March 24.

“For Best Results, Use This News Before March 31,” March 27.

“When AT&T Needed a Friend, Koch Was There,” March 31.

“Food Stamp Flummery for the City’s Homeless,” April 3.

“The Legislators Won’t Play Ball with Cuomo,” April 7.

“Good is a Pitcher, Not a Picture of Perfection,” April 10.

“The Dinosaurs have a Private Club in Albany,” April 14.

“IRS’ Shagging Dog Story Should Be a One-Liner,” April 17.

“Fighting the Geopolitical Torture of a Mother,” April 21.

“It’s Past Time to Block Those City Sun Blockers,” April 24.

“Koch Is Silent on the Silencing of Anthony Tung,” April 28.

“The Goetz Equation: Guns = Mayhem,” May 1.

“The Matter of Gary Hart and Miami Herald Vice,” May 5.

“How Big of a Bundle Does Trump Require?” May 8.

“Now, the Press Must Face a Character Issue,” May 9.

“An Opportunity the Suburbs Shouldn’t Miss,” May 12.

“A Government That Has Pensions for Its Thieves” May 15.

“How to Give Bernard Goetz a Helping Hand,” May 19.

“Koch Opts for a Staten Island Hatchet Woman,” May 22.

“Sins That Somehow Just Go Unreported,” May 26.

“Sometimes Even Blue Ribbons Get Tied in Knots,” May 29.

“This Little Piggy Went Nyah-Nyah to the Moron,” June 2.

“Speed Kills: Death by Development in Midtown,” June 5.

“Some Tall fiscal Stories on East 96th Street,” June 9.

“Hizzoner Koch Is a Surrogate Family Man,” June 12.

“Amnesia: The Only Defense in the Bess Case,” June 16.

“Their Dear Friend Died From a Builder’s Greed,” June 19.

“When Gridlock Reaches the Boiling Point,” June 23.

“Edward Koch: The Mayor Who Knew Nothing,” June 26.

“Urban Dialogue: Curse That Machine,” June 30.

“Coaxing Koch Into Planning Ahead for the City,” July 3.

“A Former city Prosecutor on the Edge of Law,” July 7.

“Finding the Limits of What’s Permitted by Law,” July 10.

“Ameruso Pins His Hopes On a Tricky Technicality,” July 14.

“Collective Amnesia Is Sweeping the Country,” July 17.

“The Mayor’s Special Baloney Is Rated Grade A,” July 21.

“A City of Flying Rats and Other Summer Terrors,” July 24.

“The Smelly Issue We Can’t Dump or Incinerate,” July 28.

“When the Alarm Bell is Missing Something is Wrong,” July 31.

“Mort Zuckerman Runs into a Den of Grizzlies,” Aug. 18.

“The Board of Education Must Learn a Lesson,” Aug. 21.

“A Valiant Fight Against the Dying of the Light,” Aug. 25.

“Jersey Must Come Clean at the Meadowlands,” Aug. 28.

“It Takes a Big Man to Make Big Promises,” Sept. 11.

“’Bubba’ Should Be As Intolerable As ‘Hymie,’” Sept. 15.

“A Reformer Fallen From That ‘60s Grace,” Sept. 18.

“Here’s a Good Guide for Covering Candidates,” Sept. 22.

“Humanity’s Share of Good, Evil and Barbarity,” Sept. 25.

“A City Crammed With People Turns Uncivil,” Sept. 29.

“The Fine Art of Stealing Original Ideas For Fame,” Oct. 2.

“Why D’Amato Has the Last Laugh at the Press,” Oct. 6.

“Free Civics Lessons in Shakedowns and Bribes,” Oct. 9.

“Will the City See the Light on Columbus Circle?” Oct. 13.

“Fresh Ideas for a City Dying from a Lack of Them,” Oct. 16.

“Chicken Little Has a Coop on Wall Street,” Oct. 20.

“It’s Time for Trump to leave Havelot for Camelot,” Oct. 23.

Will the Vietnam MIA Body Count Ever Add Up?” Oct. 27.

“Rumors of Mob Ties Continue to Dog Cuomo,” Oct. 30.

“How Koch Should Respond to the Wall Street Crash,” Nov. 3.

“What’s Loony Is How Koch Handles the Homeless,” Nov. 6.

“The Newest Hypocrisy of the Wolf-Pack Press,” Nov. 10.

“Koch Buries His Critics in ‘Nuts’ and ‘Baloney,’” Nov. 17.

“A Clean, safe Place the Homeless Can Call Home,” Nov. 20.

“Citizens, Beware – This City is Full of Nuts,” Nov. 24.

“Bogus TA Arrests Cover Up Tarnished Brass,” Dec. 1.

“Gas Tax Cash and Re-Electing a Governor,” Dec. 4.

“Koch Goes Overboard to keep Mort’s Project Afloat,” Dec. 8.

“Sex Assault Trial: Whom Are We to Believe?” Dec. 11.

“City Fires the Fastest Probe in Western History,” Dec. 15.

“Sleepy Dems Need Gary Hart’s Rude Awakening,” Dec. 18.

“Tainted Leases Continue to Snare City Funds,” Dec. 22.

1988

“New Schools Chancellor Comes in like a Lion,” Jan. 5.

“Will Chambers’ Lawyer Respect Jennifer Levin?” Jan. 8.

“Corruption Commission Makes Too Little Noise,” Jan. 12.

“Save the N.Y. Post from the ‘Tasmanian Devil,’” Jan. 15.

“Lucky Stiffs make Mockery of School Board Duty,” Jan. 19.

“How Cozy Should Judges Get with Lawyers?” Jan. 22.

“Why Doesn’t Murdoch Just Report the Facts?” Jan. 26.

“Voodoo Journalism: Midgets Turn Into Leaders,” Jan. 29.

“The Mayor Vents His Steam at the Homeless,” Feb. 2.

“Koch’s ‘Brilliant’ Game Plan Burns Brownsville,” Feb. 5.

“Murdoch’s Plan for the Post May Stop the Presses,” Feb. 9.

“Bunglers of the World, Look Up and Take Heart,” Feb. 12.

“Why Does Koch Fear an Independent Voice?” Feb. 16.

“Rip-Off Artists Flatter Themselves with Originality,” Feb. 19.

“Stop Dragging Feet and Stamp Out Racism,” Feb. 26.

“What Kind of Justice Do Tawana’s Lawyers Want?” March 1.

“Why Keep the Times Square Deal in a Dark Alley?” March 4.

“Let the color Purple Outshine the Darkest Clouds,” March 8.

“IRS Bullies Work Overtown to Earn Disrespect,” March 11.

“Scoop-Hungry Press Fans the Fames of Hate,” March 15.

“City Corruption Prs Put Fat Cats to Sleep,” March 18.

“A Place Where Business Is Better Than Ever,” March 22.

“Chambers, Litman: Linked by Self-Absorption,” March 25.

Waiting for the End of the Real D’Amato Story,” April 5.

“How Does D’Amato Stay So Squeaky Clean?” April 8.

“Movers & Shakers Tremble in Fear of a Suzycott,” April 12.

“Koch Passes the Buck on t he Broken Bridge,” April 15.

“Koch Pours Kerosene on Hotbed of Racism,” April 19.

“Poor Ed Now Has to Deal With the Trump Card,” April 22.

“Let the Park Ring with the Sound of Gentle Music,” April 26.

“Infrastructure – It’s Boring Until It’s Broken,” April 29.

“This So-Called Spring Weather Is Totally Unfair,” May 3.

“Boss Koch Pins the Blame on His ‘Dummies,’” May 6.

“How Did D’Amato not Smell Wedtech’s Stench?” May 10.

“Should Pikul’s Kids Belong in His Custody?” May 13.

“Chambers Has Last Laugh on Parents and Priests,” May 17.

“Koch’s Critics Won’t Stick Their Necks Out,” May 20.

“‘Why Pay Less?’ Is the Trump Chump Philosophy,” May 24.

“Explosive ‘Memo’ Blows Lid Off Koch’s Cover-Up,” May 27.

“City Hall Covers Its Tracks With a Smoke Screen,” June 3.

“City Hall Continues Its Corruption Probe Cover-Up,” June 7.

“Tawana Falls Victim to the Brawley’s ‘Protectors,’” June 10.

“The System Works Wonders for Those With Connections,” June 14.

“Koch’s cronies Fight to Keep lid on Sleaze Probe,” June 17.

“This Rocky Ruled the Empire State Like a Giant,” June 21.

“The White World Revolves Around Racism,” June 24.

“Small Change Is the Best the Young Can Make,” June 28.

“Power Hungry Pay Plenty to Watch Pagan Pleasures,” July 1.

“When the Governor Gets the Story, It’s a Scoop,” July 8.

“The Mayor Squirms As His Time Is Running Out,” July 12.

“How Many Prosecutors Get Away With Murder,” July 15.

“The Hottest Story in Atlanta May Be the Sexiest,” July 19.

“The Nation Yearns for Leaders Greater Than They Are,” July 21.

“This Year Belongs to Boston in Baseball & Politics,” July 26.

“Watching Koch Manage a Disaster Into a Crisis,” July 29.

“Agony of a Pawn in the World’s Power Game,” Aug. 2.

“What Happened to Ed’s War on ‘Poverty Pimps’?” Aug. 5.

“Why Do Politicians Shrink From Psychiatry?” Aug. 9.

“Poor Ol’ Ed Must Be Panhandling For Votes,” Aug. 12.

“The Heat: When Hot Air Rises to the Occasion,” Aug. 16.

“Koch Tries to Muzzle the Wrong end of the Horse,” Aug. 19.

“Staten Island’s Jail Deal Smells Like a City Dump,” Sept. 9.

“Who Suffers Most in a Sick Health-Care System?” Sept. 13.

“OK, George, It’s Time to Be a Real American,” Sept. 16.

“The Mighty Yanks Fall Gracefully at Fenway,” Sept. 20.

“What a Dismal Debate for the Boston Adjectives,” Sept. 27.

“Tawana’s Tale Leaves Too Much to the Imagination,” Sept. 30.

“The Ugly Battle to Cut a Building Down to Size,” Oct. 4.

“Filled With Facts, and Still Smaller Than Life,” Oct. 7.

“Homeless: Now You See Them, Now You Don’t,” Oct. 11.

“Cheap Slogans Won’t Put an End to Poverty,” Oct. 14.

“Utter the ‘L Word’ and mike Runs From Himself,” Oct. 18.

“Republicans Make Fear and Loathing Their Dogma,” Oct. 21.

“Clean Up City Hall With This November’s Ballot,” Oct. 25.

“Heroes, Horrors and Death at Lincoln Hospital,” Oct. 28.

“Paperwork Can’t Save More Lives at Lincoln Hospital,” Nov. 1.

“Affordable Housing Softens Those Mean Streets,” Nov. 4.

“Even Romper Room Is No Place for Diaper Dan,” Nov. 8.

“The Haves Know Which Way the Mainstream Flows,” Nov. 11.

“Times Square Deal Remains Shrouded in Mystery,” Nov. 15.

“Squeezing Friedman Won’t Clean up City Slime,” Nov. 18.

“Facts Suffer in Hands of Lincoln Hospital Brass,” Nov. 22.

“How Can Society Save More Lisa Steinbergs?” Nov. 29.

“City Elders Share Blame in School Boards’ Scandals,” Dec. 2.

“A Crisis Big Enough for the City’s First Summit,” Dec. 6.

“Gorbachev Boldly Goes Where Few May Follow,” Dec. 9.

“Don’t Burden Teachers with the Bureaucrats’ Blues,” Dec. 13.

“Koch Wants the Homeless to Pay for His Kindness,” Dec. 16.

“Bess Mess Ranks Low on the Ladder of Justice,” Dec. 20.

“A Man of Integrity Ennobles Others by His Work,” Dec. 23.

1989

“The Bad Ol’ Ed Knew How to Speak His Mind,” Jan. 10.

“When Testimony Becomes a Comedy Audition,” Jan. 13.

“While Ed’s on First, They’re Stealing the Bases,” Jan. 17.

“College Fever Sends Kids into Panic at Post Office,” Jan. 20.

“Press Can’t Dec.ide If Bush Is Lapdog or Pit Bull,” Jan. 24.

“An Empty Lot Makes Koch Do Strange Things,” Jan. 27.

“Success of Nehemiah Housing Shames City Hall,” Jan. 31.

“Patronage Slime Dumped on Sewage Worker,” Feb. 3.

“Time for Albany’s Dinosaurs to Face a New Age,” Feb. 7.

“The Staten Island Jail Deal Still Smells Rotten,” Feb. 10.

“Khmer Rouge Shadow Over Cambodian Talks,” Feb. 14.

“Press Can Do Better Covering Personal Tragedy,” Feb. 17.

“The Ayatollah Roars and Washington Whispers,” Feb. 21.

“Scandals Divert Us From the School System’s Rot,” Feb. 24.

“It’s Chaos Time Once Again for Koch at City Hall,” Feb. 28.

“Koch Should Target His High-Caliber Buddy,” March 3.

“A Growing Interest in Talent Bank Accounts,” March 7.

“Getting the Dirt on Public Figures is a Sordid Affair,” March 10.

“A Chance for Renewal: Will City Voters Grasp It?” March 14.

“A New Season, and the Negatives Are Blooming,” March 17.

“They Vote for Death to Mask Their Failures in Life,” March 21.

“Koch Stretches Truth to Cover Credibility Gulch,” March 24.

“How Shall We Carve Up the Big Apple Now?” March 28.

“Having No Home Does  Not Mean You Are Crazy,” March 31.

“Rebuilding the South Bronx: Back to the Bosses,” April 4.

“No Blessing for the Meek at Koch’s City Hall,” April 4.

“Koch Should Heed Himself on Bronx Housing,” April 11.

“For Abbie, Democracy Meant Doing,” April 14.

“Save Us From the Landlods’ Phone Piety,” April 18.

“Messinger: A Mayor for Future Seasons,” April 21.

“Pull the Plug on the Bleeding Times Square Plan,” April 25.

“Let’s Be Outraged At Everyday Rape, Too,” April 28.

“Now Mayor Koch Is Hearing Voices,” May 2.

“Reagan’s Housing Chief Needs to Come Clean,” May 5.

“Advertisements of Malice Promote Uncivil Conduct,” May 9.

“Green Fought to Put the Children First,” May 12.

“Will Charter Reform Keep the ‘Little People’ Out?” May 16.

“Koch Takes Lead in Campaign Kokum,” May 19.

“Cheers for the Brave People of China,” May 23.

“Through Slop and Slush With Al D’Amato,” May 26.

“The Cardinal Makes a Poor Globe-Trotter,” June 2.

“U.S. Should Use Muscle to Stop China’s brutality,” June 6.

“Atwater Does the Bush Republicans’ Dirty Work,” June 9.

“New Jersey Paper Exploited a Raped Girl’s Trust,” June 13.

“It’s Time for a Full-Scale Probe of Al D’Amato,” June 16.

“Marchio, Gleaming Words Won’t Make City Shine,” June 20.

“Bush Points of Light Proposal: Good, But Foolish,” June 23.

“The Flag: The Last Refuge of a Politician,” July 7.

“City Pulls a Fast One Again on Low-Cost Housing,” July 11.

“A Mere Slap on the Wrist for Looters of HUD,” July 14.

“Baseball Has Caught Something Foul,” July 18.

“Back to a Scene of So Much Suffering,” July 21.

“Return to Cambodia: The Killing Fields Revisited,” Aug. 27.

“Return to Cambodia: Taking Capitalism’s Word,” Sept. 3.

“Return to Cambodia: Dangerous Guessing Game,” Sept. 13.

“Return to Cambodia: A Touch-and-Go Situation,” Sept. 20.

“Return to Cambodia: Vietnam Striking Its Tents,” Sept. 22.

“Return to Cambodia: Melting Away a Frigid History,” Sept. 25.

“Return to Cambodia: A Symbol, but Not of Hope,” Sept. 27.

“Return to Cambodia: Bad Company,” Oct. 8.

“Return to Cambodia: The Enduring Scars of War,” Oct. 15.

“Return to Cambodia: Tale From the Top of Khmer Rouge,” Oct. 16.

“Return to Cambodia: In Cambodia, The Read War Waits for the Dry Season,” Oct. 22.

1990

“When Publicity-Mongers Seek privacy,” March 6.

“This Judge Presides With a Most Lavish Hand,” March 9.

“D’Amato Leaves ‘em Laughing All the Way to the Bank,” March 13.

“A Gorbachev Move for Staten Island,” March 16.

“With Better Nicknames, They’d Be in Jail,” March 23.

“George Should Get Yanked From the Game,” March 27.

“Happy Land’s Owners Flee for Cover,” March 30.

“Can City Afford Kalikow’s Success Stories?” April 3.

“Imelda Isn’t the Only One Who’s Guilty,” April 6.

“No Law Lets Lawyers Skip Tax Time,” April 10.

“Please, Some Respect for 87 Who Died,” April 13.

“War on Crime Can’t Be Done on the Cheap,” April 17.

“Bankers and Drug Traffic: Who? Us?” April 20.

“When Defense Lawyers Resort to Scuzzy Schemes,” April 24.

“D’Amato’s Torch Song: Senator for Sale,” April 27.

“Can the Daily News Survive the Chicago Slasher?” May 1.

“In Albany, the Chicken Feathers Sprout,” May 4.

“Just Because It’s Legal Doesn’t Mean It’s Right,” May 8.

“Did Computers Fuel the Breslin Affair,” May 11.

“The Media Can Help Keep This Hot City Cool,” May 15.

“Needed: A Public Outcry on Cambodia,” May 18.

“Al’s Crown Act Makes TV News Crews Look Like Fools,” May 22.

“Trump the Money Man Is Just No Fun,” May 25.

“2 Park Ave.: Corruption in the Court,” May 29.

“Why Davey Was Fired: He Lacked Fire,” June 1.

“What Tangled Webs Alfonse Has Woven,” June 5.

“I Can Save the Mets, But Not the Yanks,” June 8.

“The Color Bars Behind the Bensonhurst Case,” June 12.

“The Corporate Culture Stifles a Book,” June 15.

“The Cardinal Must Be Playing Politics, Too,” June 19.

“Can America Meet Mandela’s Challenge,” June 22.

“Is It Too Late to Harness This Raceway Scam?” June 26.

“‘Playing the Numbers’ at the Raceway,” June 29.

“How Raceway’s Gang of Four Holds the Lead,” July 3.

“How the D’Amatos Aided a Track Heist,” July 6.

“Did a Man in a Coma Help the Raceway Gang?” July 10.

“Blinders Block Cuomo’s Vision on Ethics,” July 13.

“The Gang of Four Cooks the Numbers,” July 17.

“On the Trail of a Shady Raceway Audit,” July 20.

“Nobody Spotted the Gang of Four’s Scam,” July 24.

“The Gang Never Woke Up the Watchdogs,” July 31.

“Can the Feds Undo the Raceway Deal?” Aug. 3.

“Silence Is Golden for the GOP’s Point Man,” Aug. 7.

“Bush Delivers us From Sanctimony,” Aug. 10.

“Did the Boss Rig the Spira Indictment?” Aug. 14.

“When Healthful Food Needs to be Sinful,” Aug. 17.

“Swamped In Sea Of Mistrust,” Aug. 19.

“Pool reporters Are ‘Prisoners of War,’” Aug. 21.

“Let’s Not Go to War on Cheap Rhetoric,” Aug. 24.

“Dillon’s Best Shot Still Misses the Mark,” Aug. 28.

“You Could Count on This Undercount,” Aug. 31.

“Beat the War Drum – a Note at a Time,” Sept. 7.

“Some Rights Must Be Lost to Win This War,” Sept. 11.

“The Law May Be closing In on D’Amato,” Sept. 14.

“What These Politicians Say Is A Crime,” Sept. 18.

“Only Emergency Measures Will Stop Crime,” Sept. 21.

“The Last Laugh May Be on Al, After All,” Sept. 25.

“Iraq’s Hostess With the Mostes’: Leona,” Sept. 28.

“If There’s a Curse, It’s on Shea, not Fenway,” Oct. 2.

“We Must Lose Some Rights to Win the City Back,” Oct. 5.

“Dillon Reopens Track Scam Probe With a Whisper,” Oct. 9.

“Dave, Don’t Let That Mud Master Get You Dirty,” Oct. 12.

“The Census Bureau Should Admit It Goofed,” Oct. 16.

“We Should Thank Felix and Let Him Go,” Oct. 19.

“To Ignore Rinfret Is to Ignore the Voters,” Oct. 23.

“Maybe They Are Closing In on Alfonse,” Oct. 26.

“D’Amato Won Protection in High Places,” Oct. 30.

“The News’ Dirty War Against the Unions,” Nov. 2.

“The Election Day Search for New Vision,” Nov. 6.

“Help Wanted: Minorities Please Apply,” Nov. 9.

“The Roosevelt Raceway Scandal: Vol. II,” Nov. 13.

“Raceway Deal: the Word From Charlie,” Nov. 16.

“Unearthing Flimflam at the Raceway,” Nov. 20.

“Gang of four: What Was Their Intent?” Nov. 23.

“Why Did the Gang of Four Buy a Bank?” Nov. 27.

“Roosevelt Raceway’s Insurance Mystery,” Nov. 30.

“The Shifting Value of Raceway Land,” Dec. 4.

“Nassau DA’s Raceway Probe Itself a Scandal,” Dec.7.

“A Classic Scandal of Classic Proportions,” Dec. 11.

“The Management’s Brand of Violence,” Dec. 14.

1991

“U.S. Policy in Cambodia Defies Reason,” Jan. 8.

“Pentagon-Pasteurized News Tastes Bad,” Jan. 11.

“Bush’s New World Order Is a Mirage,” Jan. 15.

“We Need to See the War, Not Spokesmen,” Jan. 18.

“War Helps Some by Taking the Heat Off,” Jan. 22.

“Columnist vs. DA: A Criminal Scam?” Jan. 25.

“Bridges Cry for Help, but Nobody Hears,” Feb. 1.

“We Can Back the Troops, but Question the War,” Feb. 5.

“Is Front-Line Reporting ‘Unthinkable’?” Feb. 8.

“The Press Must break Bush’s Shackles,” Feb. 12.

“Arnett’s Window Helps Us See Better,” Feb. 15.

“It’s a Made-for-TV Slow-Motion War,” Feb. 19.

“The Problems of Being a Superpower,” Feb. 22.

“Why Doesn’t the President Trust Americans?” Feb. 26.

“The U.S. Beat the Lesser of Two Evils,” March 1.

“Why the Daily News Should Be Missed,” March 5.

“Losers: Iraq and the First Amendment,” March 8.

“The Raceway Scandal Is Back in the News,” March 12.

“Sow a Whirlwind, Reap a Whirlwind,” March 15.

“The Cardinal and the Gay Marchers,” March 19.

“Can This Editor Speak as a Journalist,” March 22.

“Only the Hairdresser Knows for Sure,” April 2.

“Did We Really ‘Win’ the Gulf War?” April 5.

“Nancy’s Reaction, According to a Source,” April 9.

“D’Amato and His Cloud of Desperation,” April 12.

“Closed Minds Needed a Good-News War,” April 16.

“The ‘Respectable’ Media’s Form of Rape,” April 19.

“Why Alfonse D’Amato Is Worry-Free,” April 23.

“Well, Recessions Do Teach the Basics,” April 26.

“How D’Amato Kept Them Busy at HUD,” April 29.

“It’s Time for D’Amato to Cut the Comedy,” April 30.

“Alphonse D’Amato’s Own Gong Show,” May 3.

“Now for the PR Job on President’s Fitness,” May 7.

“Hard Times and, Ala, Soft Politicians,” May 10.

“Let’s Air Out the Hostage-Deal Charges,” May 14.

“The Terrible Storm on Another ‘Planet,’” May 17.

“Newspapers’ Aping of Television’s Trivia,” May 21.

“Chutzpah Stars on the Senator Al Show,” May 31.

“The Impeccable Timing of George Bush,” June 4.

“A Different Drummer Drives This Parade,” June 7.

“A Great Parade, but the U .S. Can Do Even Better,” June 11.

“A Smoking Gun at Roosevelt Raceway,” June 14.

“The Unveiling of a Coverup, One Story at a Time,” June 18.

“Sununu – Should He Hit the Road?” June 21.

“The Conflict That Wasn’t Called a War,” June 25.

“Kinder, Gentler … Meaner, Harder,” June 28.

“Tracking Donald’s Raging Hormones,” July 2.

“Exposing the Dirty War in the Gulf,” July 9.

“The Judge and His Very Own Lawsuits,” July 16.

“The Baseless Civil Rights Claims of Bush,” July 19.

“Dillon Plays Some False Instruments,” July 23.

“TV Is No Model for the Print Media,” July 26.

“Those ‘Obnoxious’ St. John’s Athletes,” July 30.

“What the Press Rarely Covers – Itself,” Aug. 2.

“The D’Amato Whitewash: No Surprise,” Aug. 6.

“It’s Saturday Night live, Starring Al,” Aug. 9.

“New York ‘Inspires’ a Need to Escape,” Aug. 13.

“Splashing Tinderboxes With Kerosene,” Aug. 23.

“Gorbachev Should Cling to Dignity, Not Power,” Aug. 27.

“Grass-Roots Heroes of the Subway Crash,” Aug. 30.

“When Loyalty Becomes a Disability,” Sept. 6.

“Hero Worship and the Tennis Rabble,” Sept. 10.

“D’Amato Prs Keep It All a Secret,” Sept. 13.

“D’Amato Is Rewriting His Own History,” Sept. 17.

“Baseball Is a Splendid, Exquisite Ritual,” Sept. 20.

“The Other POWs: A Cringing Press,” Sept. 24.

“Why Are the Raceway Prs Stalling?” Sept. 27.

“Laughter Is Essential in a Boobocracy,” Oct. 29.

“Mario, You’re the Man to Beat Bush,” Nov. 1.

“On Sharing Power With the Enemy,” Nov. 5.

“David Duke – Mr. (Multi) Personality,” Nov. 8.

“Williams: Water Boy in a Business Suit,” Nov. 12.

“Thoughts About Unsatisfying Images,” Nov. 15.

“Probing HUD Thieves in Slow Motion,” Nov. 19.

“Are Deals With Sources a Good Deal?” Nov. 22.

“What’s Holding Up the Raceway Probe?” Nov. 26.

“The Day the Economy Got Going Again,” Dec. 3.

“Courtrooms Are Really Dueling Rooms,” Dec. 6.

“From the Soviets, Information on MIAs,” Dec. 10.

“The Prosecution Was Simply Outgunned,” Dec. 13.

“Such Good Friends: D’Amato and Maloney,” Dec. 17.

“Maybe It Isn’t a Recession, It Just Acts Like One,” Dec. 20.

“Let’s Stop Stomping the Cambodians,” Dec. 24.

“A Corner of America Left for the Strays,” Dec. 27.

“Albany’s Winter Sport Is Mud Wrestling,” Dec. 31.

1992

“When Communication Hurts – Mumble,” Jan. 3.

“Looking for Someone Else to Blame,” Jan. 7.

“Time for Bush to Slow Down and Nap,” Jan. 10.

“Whitewash Won’t Cover This Stain,” Jan. 14.

“‘Nice’ Bias Is as Bad as the Crude Kind,” Jan. 17.

“Tint and Taint Mark Jersey Cop’s Trial,” Jan. 21.

“The Raceway Report Is a Muddy Track,” Jan. 24.

“What’s Next for Sex-Police News Team?” Jan. 28.

“Get a Whiff of That Rank Raceway Smell,” Jan. 31.

“Some Baddies Use Goody-Goody Names,” Feb. 4.

“Senate Doubles Up on Its Own Idiocy,” Feb. 7.

“This Marlboro Man Lights Up the Facts,” Feb. 11.

“The Straight Dope on Crooked Lawyers,” Feb. 14.

“The New Numbers Game That Hurts Us All,” Feb. 18.

“A Profitable Appraisal for the Raceway,” Feb. 21.

“Alfonse D’Amato Puts a Bite on Diners,” Feb. 25.

“Campaign ’92: Snake Oil on Sale Here,” March 3.

“A Good-News Paper Solves Nothing,” March 6.

“Two Bright Pols; Two Different Paths,” March 10.

“Was Alfonse Out of Armand’s Loop?” March 13.

“Saving a New York Senator From the Fire,” March 17.

“Solarz Is the Symbol of a Frozen Brain,” March 20.

“The Lie New Yorkers Paid $461,000 For,” March 24.

“A ‘Minor Candidate’ Worth a Listen,” March 27.

“When the Campaign Is One Long Drag,” March 31.

“Is a Pundit Allowed to Be Undecided?” April 3.

“Politics 1992: Splits, Splinters, Shouts,” April 7.

“The Bush Family Has Values: In Bucks,” April 10.

“The Ashe Scoop, or Peephole Journalism,” April 14.

“Read his Lips: No State Taxes for Me,” April 17.

“They’re Not Golden Boys Any Longer,” April 21.

“Beyond the Abortion Fight: Social Disarray,” April 24.

“Not All the News That’s Fit to Print,” April 28.

“A Terrible Truth About White America,” May 5.

“Bush Tours L.A. – an Irrelevant Man,” May 8.

“Needed: A National Revival of Cities,” May 12.

“D’Amato’s Dance With the Ethics Patrol,” May 15.

“Our National Joke Leaves ‘Em Laughing,” June 16.

“Dirty Cops Stay, Even After the Wash,” June 19.

“Don’t use Kid Gloves to Probe the Cops,” June 23.

“A Trip Down D’Amato’s Money Trail,” June 26.

“Connect the DA-D’Amato-Kalikow Dots,” June 30.

“Corrupt Cops: Scapegoats of Higher Ups,” July 3.

“Disclosures Point to an MIA Cover-Up,” July 7.

“Is the Mob a D’Amato Constituency?” July 10.

“The Democrats Are Ducking Vietnam, Too,” July 14.

“AIDS Speeches Bring Rare Moments of Stillness,” July 17.

“When Hypnosis Fails to Win Us Over,” July 21.

“On MIAs, the Press Was Lazy or Cowed,” July 24.

“Bush Squeaks Before He Speaks Thursday Night,” Aug. 18.

“More Bush deviousness on POWs/MIAs,” Aug. 21.

“Better Not Cast the First Stone, George,” Aug. 25.

“Is Bosnia Part of the New World Order?” Aug. 28.

“Needed: A Clean Democrat for the Senate,” Sept. 1.

“The Pleasures of East End’s Soft News,” Sept. 4.

“Justice Delayed, Conveniently for Al,” Sept. 11.

“What Does Politics Offer the Politicos?” Sept. 15.

“The POWs: ‘Buried’ by the U.S. in ’73,” Sept. 18.

“This Rabble Can Break New York City,” Sept. 22.

“The Nixon Presidency: Unraveling, Again,” Sept. 25.

“Let’s Follow the Trail of the Missing Men,” Sept. 29.

“When a President Debates a Chicken,” Oct. 2.

“Down Memory Lane With Al D’Amato,” Oct. 6.

“Bit by Bit, the POW/MIA Facts Emerge,” Oct. 9.

“Once More, Bush Swings First and Dirty,” Oct. 13.

“Bush Strategy Shifts From Dirty to Slimy,” Oct. 16.

“No More Cover-Ups Now on POW/MIAs,” Oct. 20.

“Recalling the D’Amato Scandal Record,” Oct. 23.

“Even an Ideological Apology Would Do,” Oct. 27.

“An Honest Man Says POWs Live in Laos,” Oct. 30.

“So Long a Campaign, So Much to Forget,” Nov. 3.

“11 Youths Who Disgraced Themselves,” Nov. 6.

“Fearing a New cover-Up on POW/MIAs,” Nov. 10.

“Media Take No Prisoners in Watler Case,” Nov. 17.

“The Sad, Scripted Ending to Our POWs’ Story,” Nov. 20.

“Why the Rush to Close the POW Issue?” Nov. 24.

“Advice to Clinton: Shun the Media’s Advice,” Dec. 1.

“Pragmatists Keep Cambodia’s Killers Alive,” Dec. 4.

“In Matters Racial, a Deaf Ear Often Helps,” Dec. 8.

“D’Amato Pal Was Tried in Media Vacuum,” Dec. 11.

“A Judge’s Shift in a D’Amato-Linked Case,” Dec. 15.

“The Odd, Pat Story of Col. Pham Duc Dai,” Dec. 18.

“Why No Outrage at Nixon’s Stonewalling?” Dec. 22.

“Citizenry Is Burned While Empire Fiddles,” Dec. 29.

1993

“What Pardons Teach About America,” Jan. 1.

“A Reporter Who Stuck by His Principles,” Jan. 5.

“It’s Operations Censor in Draft POW Report,” Jan. 7.

“The Footnote Kissinger Wants Expunged,” Jan. 8.

“Presenting the Ultimate Vanity Publisher,” Jan. 12.

“POW Report Spins the Facts Into Mush,” Jan. 15.

“It’s the Real World Reveling in the Capital,” Jan. 19.

“A Brush With History Satisfies Most People,” Jan. 22.

“Contemplating Hypocrisy and Zoe Baird,” Jan. 26.

“The Post’s Rescuer Rides No White Horse,” Jan. 29.

“Fear of Sex: Will Americans Ever Grow Up?” Feb. 2.

“Will Noise or News Win the Tabloid War?” Feb. 5.

“To Tell the Truth Is More Than a Game,” Feb. 9.

“Is the Raceway Rip-Off at the Finish Line?” Feb. 12.

“The National Press’ Short-Term Memory,” Feb. 16.

“Deficit Math Spins at the Speed of Light,” Feb. 19.

“You Are Sentenced to 27 Seconds of Gab,” Feb. 23.

“Saving the Post: A Game of Let’s Pretend,” Feb. 26.

“When 1st Amendment Plays 2nd Fiddle,” March 2.

“Boosterism Is a Habit Worth Rethinking,” March 5.

“Press’ Gray Lady Can’t Take One Scoop,” March 9.

“Action! Camera! Roll the Bombing Film!” March 12.

“The Dishonor Roll’s Savaging of the Post,” March 16.

“Grayness That Blooms in Spring, Tra La,” March 19.

“It’s Time to End POW Cover-up,” April 13.

“Back to Vietnam,” Aug. 1.

“The Search for John O’Grady,” Aug. 2.

“Back to Vietnam: The Witnesses,” Aug. 3.

“Back to Vietnam: The Lies,” Aug. 4.

“The U.S. Abdicates Its Moral Imperative,” Aug. 10.

“A Brontosaurus Meets the Computer Age,” Aug. 13.

“Who’s in Charge of Military Gay Policy?” Aug. 17.

“The Best Ideas Come From Your Bones,” Aug. 20.

“It’s Oh-So-Chummy Down at City Hall,” Aug. 24.

“What Is the POW Probe hiding From Us?” Aug. 27.

“Scoring Big on the Sleazoid Aptitude Test,” Aug. 31.

“First Get the Truth, Then Forgive,” Sept. 2.

“The Red Sox Well of Faith Is Bottomless,” Sept. 7.

“Spy Papers Back MIA Cover-Up Accounts,” Sept. 10.

“Surprise! It’s Another Police Whitewash,” Oct. 12.

“End the Rhetoric, Reveal the Real Candidates,” Oct. 15.

“The World Denies Us Quick, Neat Solutions,” Oct. 19.

“Hoffenberg’s Back in Print and Sly as Ever,” Oct. 22.

“Senator Shuns the Evidence on Four MIAs,” Oct. 26.

“The Mayor’s Race: No-Win for the City,” Oct. 29.

“Zuckerman Makes a Bold Bet on Giuliani,” Nov. 2.

“POW Searchers Risk a Deal With Clinton,” Nov. 5.

“A Reporter With A Painful Mission Is Gone,” Nov. 9.

“Air the Facts, So Whitman Can Govern,” Nov. 12.

“The MIA Story: It’s Got to Be Kept Alive,” Nov. 16.

“When Malice Is a ‘Pre-existing Condition,’” Nov. 19.

“Ron Brown and His Vietnam Connection,” Nov. 23.

“Righting a Wrong – but Only Halfway,” Nov. 30.

“A Seriously Misplaced Fashion Statement,” Dec. 3.

“The Shrinking of Zuckerman’s Edifice,” Dec. 7.

“Washington Plays Softball With Hanoi,” Dec. 10.

“Ron Brown Has to Say More on Hanoi Tie,” Dec. 14.

“Rudy Goofs and You Have to Apologize,” Dec. 17.

“Donald and Marla – This Is a Love Story?” Dec. 21.

“The Khmer Rouge Still Are Haunting Cambodia,” Dec. 24.

“The Media Get Muddy Covering Clinton,” Dec. 28.

“Will the Crime Net Bag Cops, Too?” Dec. 31.

1994

“Making ‘Negatives’ in the POW/MIA Case,” Jan. 4.

“The Photo: Shadow or MIA Signal?” Jan. 7.

“A New MIA Tale of Disappearing Images,” Jan. 12.

“Laos May Hold The Key to Missing MIAs,” Jan. 14.

“Giuliani Better Sing His Songs Sotto Voce,” Jan. 18.

“The Loud Mouths Give Way to the Freaks,” Jan. 21.

“Black’s Racism Finally Sets the Right Fire,” Jan. 25.

“A loss for Honesty on the Senate Floor,” Jan. 28.

“POW/MIA Facts Just Too Troublesome,” Feb. 1.

“Mr. President, It’s All a Matter of Honor,” Feb. 4.

“Seeking the Limelight Can Reveal Flaws,” Feb. 8.

“A Wild Tale Unfolds, but Let Tonya Skate,” Feb. 11.

“The Big Scoop: Hillary’s Mystery Mission,” Feb. 15.

“The Talkative Mayor Should Think First,” Feb. 18.

“No Gold for CBS’ Nightly Olympic Tease,” Feb. 22.

“Get Real: I Spy, You Spy, He Spies – We All Spy,” Feb. 25.

“D.C.’s Latest Furor Shows a Loss of Balance,” April 5.

“Albany’s Slush Fund: Beyond Accountability,” April 8.

“U.S. Finally ‘Sees’ the Real Singapore,” April 12.

“Some Get Cut; Zuckerman Gets a Handout,” April 15.

“Avoiding the draft Has Unarmed Clinton,” April 19.

“Why Are No Police Brass in Handcuffs?” April 22.

“Corruption Net Must Catch Police Brass,” April 26.

“The Pakistani Slaughter That Nixon Ignored,” April 29.

“Don’t Forget – Nixon Ruined Cambodia,” May 3.

“Harassment: A Favorite of the Smoke Police,” May 6.

“Must the Press Drool Over Clinton-Jones?” May 10.

“Labels Go Limp With Life Experience,” May 13.

“12 Minutes of Magic, and A Hero Is Born,” June 3.

“Is There Any End to Zuckerman’s Pain?” June 7.

“The Last Time These States Were United,” June 10.

“Now Will the U.S. Drop the Khmer Rouge?” June 14.

“The Media Vultures Rush to Feed on O.J.,” June 17.

“When Spectator Sport Violates Decency,” June 21.

“Mudville’s Joy Doesn’t Last Very Long,” June 24.

“D’Amato Just can’t Remember Ethics,” June 28.

“Tangled Webs Woven with Personal Ties,” July 5.

“Watermelon Gibe Is No Semantic Game,” July 8.

“NY Police Watchdog Might Prod the Brass,” July 12.

“The Alarm Bells Should Have Gone Off,” July 15.

“A Sweetheart Deal Dies At the Coliseum,” July 19.

“The Boss’ Ploy: To Take Our Money or Run,” July 22.

“Time for the Press to Look in the Mirror,” July 26.

“Steinbrenner’s Squeaky Clean Dream,” July 29.

“Use an Outside Watchdog for Dirty Cops,” Aug. 2.

“A Pentagon Stonewall on POW Field Reports,” Aug. 5.

“Senator Pothole Is Also Senator Forgetful,” Aug. 9.

“It’s Time Baseball Started Paying Us,” Aug. 12.

“To Err Is Human, to Confess it Divine,” Aug. 16.

“Is Governor’s Race Going to the Dogs?” Aug. 19.

“A Virus That Infects the Body Politic,” Aug. 23.

“Must Tough Cuba Policy be That Tough?” Aug. 26.

“Dear Commish: PR Doesn’t Cut Crime,” Aug. 30.

“The American Way: Let Focus Groups Decide,” Sept. 6.

“Trump’s Latest Deal: Finagling Atlantic City,” Sept. 9.

“A Simple Voters Guide for Puzzled Citizens,” Sept. 13.

“Cop Corruption Story: A Wink and a Nod,” Sept. 16.

“Pataki No Puppet? Look at the Strings,” Sept. 20.

“What Is Going on Inside Carter’s Head?” Sept. 23.

“Marlboro Man Draws a Line in the Sand,” Sept. 27.

“Being Funny Is Harder Than You Think,” Sept. 30.

“Pataki’s Midnight Conversion on Reform,” Oct. 4.

“Looks Like D’Amato’s Game Is Souring,” Nov. 1.

“Cuomo Risks Losing His Integrity to Win,” Nov 4.

“S. Carolina Case Shows Our National Bias,” Nov 8.

“Taking a Postelection Course in Humility,” Nov 11.

“A good O’ D’Amato Boy in Pataki’s Circle,” Nov 15.

“Rudy’s Not the Only One Who Pataki Won’t Call,” Nov 18.

“D’Amato Dependent: ‘Independent’ Pataki,” Nov 29.

“Bratton’s Record is Getting Lost in His Blather,” Dec. 9.

“Knives Are Out for Cop Watchdog,” Dec. 13.

“A Federal Courthouse Fiasco for Foley Square,” Dec. 16.

“Giuliani Learns His Cortines Lesson,” Dec. 20.

“All Year, It’s ‘Fa La La La La’ Under the Senators’ Trees,” Dec. 27.

1995

“Giuliani’s First-Year Marks: Good, But . . .,” Jan. 3.

“In Pataki’s World, Patrons Nudge Out Pros,” Jan. 6.

“A Bad Mix: The Port Authority, Idealogy,” Jan. 10.

“An Execution Here Means Big TV Bucks,” Jan. 13.

“UN Boys’ Club Still Refuses to Understand,” Jan. 17.

“Pennies to Save lives From the Trash Bin,” Jan. 20.

“A Scandalous Senator and His Apologist,” Jan. 24.

“Politicians Beg, and Steinbrenner Chooses,” Jan. 27.

“Bratton Saps Fight Against ‘Dirty’ Cops,” Jan. 31.

“Top Cop  Bratton Wears Badge of Hubris,” Feb. 3.

“Fighting Her Accusers and the ‘Demons,’” Feb. 7.

“Gringrich’s Blather Belies His Lapel Pin,” Feb. 10.

“Pataki Nominee Has a Cloudy Biography,” Feb. 14.

“Giuliani Plays the Role of Oliver Twisted,” Feb. 17.

“If Crime Is Dropping, Who Can Be Sure?” Feb. 21.

“One Man’s Tale of How Police Rot Persists,” Feb. 24.

“Must They Huff So Much Because I Puff?” Feb. 28.

“‘Bad-Blood Follies’ Needs a Closing Act,” March 3.

“Why Cut Al Slack? Because He’s in Love!” March 7.

“Order in the Court: How About Ben & Jerry’s?” March 10.

“Don’t Fear, We’ll Survive Baseball Strike,” March 14.

“The 1980s Revisited: A Lack of Compassion,” March 17.

“Try Sanity to Make Tax Breaks Actually Work,” March 21.

“An Amnesia Virus Infects Pataki’s Team,” March 24.

“It’s Time to Take a New Look at the Vietnam War,” March 28.

“U.S. Must Ask Thais to Let Cambodia Be,” March 31.

“A Novel Take on Responsible Reporting,” April 2.

“Step Right Up, The Donald Has a Deal for You,” April 4.

“Now, the Senator’s Latest Slur Routine,” April 7.

“Another Reason for Not Letting Cops Monitor Cops,” April 11.

“Bruno Is What He Is – Insulting, That Is,” April 14.

“Cambodia – the Country We Lacerated and Forgot,” April 18.

“A Novel Take on Responsible Reporting,” April 21.

“It Seems That Only Tragedies Unite Americans,” April 25.

“Censoring Hate Radio Only Creates Martyrs,” May 2.

“Police Need Help Policing Themselves,” May 5.

“The Penalty of Existing in a Clamor Culture,” May 16.

“The Fault, Dear Brown, Is in Your Ethics,” May 19.

“The New D’Amato, Alas, Seems All Too Familiar,” May 23.

“New D’Amato Seems All Too Familiar,” May 26.

“Cops D.C. Spree Calls for Outside Watchdog,” May 30.

“One Hand Fund-Raises, the Other Doles Out,” June 2.

“Time for Bratton to Quit as NY’s Top Cop,” June 6.

“Perot – a Goofball Even to Plutonians,” June 9.

“The President and the Hypocrite Make Nice-Nice,” June 13.

“Facing Up to the Dirty Secret of Vietnam,” June 15.

“Giuliani Is a Take Charge (Of Everything) Guy,” June 20.

“Routing Crooked Cops the Crooked Old Way,” June 23.

Giuliani on Parade – With a Human Heat Shield,” June 27.

“A Curious Disposition Toward the Slimy,” June 30.

“Despite Scare of ’63 – Pigeons Still Soar,” July 5.

“A Dirty-Tricks Trail Worth Following,” July 7.

“Downsizing Kills a Paper That Upgraded,” July 16.

“A Newspaper Trashed, a voice Silenced,” July 21.

“ ‘D’Amato, the Book,’ Is a Fiction Classic,” July 28.

“Doesn’t the Brass Go Down With the Ship?” Aug. 4.

“Unfair MTA Fare Increases Favor the Suburbs,” Aug. 8.

“Baseball, baseball: Read All About It,” Aug. 11.

“Should the LIRR Bar Booze?” Aug. 13.

“Politics at the Top Is Bowing Low Before Perot,” Aug. 15.

“No Goodbyes, Just a Fork in the Road,” Aug. 18.

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