Tag Archives: New York Post

Ex-Israeli PM granted early release from prison

The parole board of Israel’s Prison Service has granted former Prime Minister Ehud Olmert early release from prison. Prison Service spokesman Assaf Librati says the board on Thursday granted Olmert’s request to reduce a third of his 27-month incarceration sentence. Barring unforeseen developments, he will be freed on Sunday, July 2. Olmert was convicted in Read More…

Marissa Mayer says Kalanick isn’t to blame for Uber’s troubles

Marissa Mayer said she is “friends” with Travis Kalanick, defending Uber’s ex-chief executive against critics who say he presided over a toxic frat-boy scene at the ride-hailing giant. Kalanick has been accused of encouraging a “bro culture” at the company, stealing trade secrets, fostering an environment of sexual harassment and permitting the use of illegal Read More…

Trump may be right about the White House being bugged

President Trump seems to be confirming something I wrote a couple weeks ago — the White House may be bugged. When Trump finally admitted recently that he doesn’t have tapes of his conversations with former FBI Director James Comey, the president also hinted that the US intelligence and law enforcement officials might have his office Read More…

CUNY’s obscene pay hike for its top brass

City University is facing probes into its spending. Its operating funds are flat. Tuition’s headed up. Gov. Cuomo has demanded reforms. Yet on Monday, the CUNY board hiked salaries for top brass. No joke: As The Post’s Carl Campanile reported, presidents, veeps, deans and others at CUNY colleges will see pay bumps of up to Read More…

How Obama let Putin meddle in our elections, a simple fix for health care & other comments

From the right: Let Consumers Repeal ObamaCare Conservative critics are right that the Senate GOP replacement bill “doesn’t go nearly far enough to lower health insurance premiums,” says Robert L. Pollock at Real Clear Politics. So he suggests adding “simple language” to create “an Optional Federal Charter for health insurance regulation.” Health care remains so Read More…