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Friday, November 28, 2014

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Republicans are preparing to take over the U.S. Senate on Jan. 2, when their new members will be sworn in and take their oaths of office. Until then, both parties need to learn to play nice. more
There was a grand old party on Election Day, as voters sent President Obama and his party a message: They’re fed up with the political rhetoric and want action. more
Our local governors are faced with a challenge they never dreamed of: infectious disease. Ebola is no longer just running rampant in West Africa. It has made its way to New York City. more
In ordinary circumstances, the usual standard that a person is innocent until proven guilty is an absolute in this country’s judicial system, except when . . . more
The Ebola epidemic in West Africa has claimed more than 2,300 victims. There are close to 4,500 known cases, and they are no longer isolated to West Africa. So far in the U.S. as I write . . . more
Vice President Joseph Biden has been wrongly forced to embark on a Middle East apology tour in the wake of statements he made regarding the U.S.’s allies in the Middle East. more
In a “60 Minutes” interview on Sept. 28, President Obama was asked if the Islamic State’s march into Iraq was a “complete surprise.” Although he didn’t directly answer the question . . . more
County Legislator Dave Denenberg’s campaign for the New York State Senate came to a screeching halt last week when news broke that he had allegedly stolen more than $2 million from a client of his law firm . . . more
In February, Baltimore Ravens star running back Ray Rice was arrested at an Atlantic City casino and charged with assault. Video footage later emerged . . . more
Believe it or not, legislation has been submitted that would permit illegal aliens to vote in New York state. Bronx Sen. Gustavo Rivera has introduced a bill in the State Senate . . . more
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