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Scandalous! The NY Post reports the Manhattan DA nabbed George Castro for allegedly stealing millions from Columbia. Bwog is in touch with University officials now, and we’ll keep you updated when we hear back. Update: Double scandalous, the Post was wrong. The Wall Street Journal reports that Mr. Castro is not, in fact, an employee […]

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NYTimes reports a House ethics panel has found Democratic Representative Charles Rangel guilty of 11 out of the 13 alleged ethics violations. “I am not being treated fairly,” the Morningside Heights and Harlem representative told the ethics committee yesterday before he walked out of his hearing. The committee ruled Rangel had violated House rules for […]

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