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Senate Majority Leader Dean Skelos and his son, Adam, turned themselves over to the FBI in Manhattan on the morning of Monday, May 4 on charges of extortion, fraud and soliciting bribes. It was … more
The New York Times is reporting that Senator Dean Skelos and his son, Adam, may be arrested as early as Monday, May 4. Skelos, the senate's Majority Leader and a Republican from Rockville Centre, and his … more
Public education is changing as workplace needs and community aspirations are evolving. To align themselves with these outcomes associated with these changes, the East Rockaway UFSD has embarked … more
Q. I had replacement windows installed because the old ones were 60 years old and falling apart. Afterward I stood at the street to admire them. and noticed the color of some windows was different. more
You can tell a lot about a person by the way he or she eats ice cream. My son-in-law, for example, mixes his ice cream with water . . . more
As Hillary Clinton campaigns to become the next Clinton elected president, questions continue to arise about her four-year tenure at the State Department and the questionable foreign donations that flowed into the Clinton Foundation . . . more
Even Hillary Clinton’s harshest critics agree that she’s tough. While it’s common to stereotype Democrats and women as softer than Republicans and men, any such effort to stereotype Hillary is belied by her record. more
Q: My mother had cataract surgery and uses reading glasses. My neighbor however, just had cataract surgery and does not use glasses at all. What kind of cataract … more
Gov. Andrew Cuomo appears locked in a political death spiral. Last year brought growing dissatisfaction with the State Education Department’s dysfunctional implementation of the new Common Core State Standards . . . more
Exhibits and more... From Portraits to Tweets: Imagery, Technology and the U.S. Presidency An original exhibit that traces the public’s shifting perceptions of the American presidency … more
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