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Over the years, New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady and Coach Bill Belichick have been the objects of some justified — and some vicious — criticism. But Sunday night’s . . . more
Since November’s election, it hasn’t been easy to be a Democrat. Most of us assumed that Hillary Clinton would win in a walk, and the media . . . more
By now, the presidential election is past tense. Donald Trump is at the helm; just as significant, at least for us, is that Betsy DeVos is expected to be Secretary of Education. Now we have to discuss how certain educational issues will be affected with the changing of the guard. Let’s look back at the campaign itself. more
Americans by the hundreds of thousands traveled to the National Mall to joyfully witness the inauguration of President Trump. Millions more . . . more
The sweep of history has ushered in the first woman ringmaster for the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus, and, at the same time, swept out the entire circus, which will close in May. After 146 years in business . . . more
President Donald Trump has flexed his executive muscles to expeditiously push through policies he promised on the campaign trail. He’s actually taking a page out of former President Obama’s book by . . . more
Safe to say that young Melanija Knaves never dreamed that she would become first lady of the United States. That makes 64 million of us who never seriously considered the possibility. more
In his inaugural address, President Donald Trump began by thanking President Obama for a smooth transition, and offered the people of America a message of hope by stating, “We, the citizens of America . . . more
Because of fake news, a 28-year-old father of two from North Carolina opened fire with an assault-style AR-15 rifle at a Washington, D.C., pizzeria called Comet Ping Pong on Dec. 5. No one was hurt, thank goodness. more
Last week, state Sen. Todd Kaminsky filed legislation requiring the commissioner of the New York State Department of Health to study and regulate 1,4-dioxane, a chemical likely to be carcinogenic, according to the Environmental Protection Agency. Last year, the EPA released a report, citing dioxane was found in many water supply systems on Long Island. more
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