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Friday, March 6, 2015
Editorials
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The numbers from the U.S. Justice Department are sobering: from 1995 to 2013, more than 10,000 women in college were raped. more
It has been a momentous month in Albany. The recent arrest of Sheldon Silver, the former Assembly speaker . . . more
When members of the City Council were first elected in 2011, they promised to usher in unprecedented transparency and open government, citing the shortcomings of the previous administration and their … more
Tis the season of tax levies, enrollment projections and capital reserve funds. It’s school budget time . . . more
"People all across the state, when you mention state government, [are] literally shaking their heads . . ." more
I drove to Ferguson, Mo. 12 days after the grand jury’s decision not to indict officer Darren Wilson sparked protests and worse. I’d grown frustrated with the scenes of the worst of it replaying … more
Even if you’re just a casual hockey fan, you’ve probably noticed that the New York Islanders are having a pretty good year. more
As a result of our recent hit-and-miss dealings with Mother Nature, we need to accept the fact that we can never take her for granted. more
The decision earlier this month by Nassau Regional Off Track Betting to establish a gaming facility in Westbury has been met with strong opposition . . . more
One thing that can be said about Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s State of the State speech on Jan. 21 was that he didn’t shy away from most of the hard issues. more
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