Anna Sale

WNYC

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Politics reporter for public radio station WNYC and host of Death, Sex & Money

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Death, sex and money: They’re the things we all obsess over, but are often too shy or polite to talk about.

Death, Sex, and Money

Death, sex and money: They’re the things we all obsess over, but are often too shy or polite to talk about.

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Michael Bloomberg's three terms as Mayor of New York have been free of major corruption, but a new federal bribery case suggests that machine politics may be alive and well.

NY State Senator Accused of Trying to Bribe His Way into Mayor's Race

Michael Bloomberg's three terms as Mayor of New York have been free of major corruption, but a new federal bribery case suggests that machine politics may be alive and well.

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On Capitol Hill today, the House passed legislation that would provide nearly $10 billion to cover insurance claims filed by individuals whose homes were damaged or destroyed by…

House Passes $9.7 Billion in Hurricane Sandy Relief

On Capitol Hill today, the House passed legislation that would provide nearly $10 billion to cover insurance claims filed by individuals whose homes were damaged or destroyed by…

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