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On one level, it’s a matter of clearing some closet space. On another, it’s a signal to let go and move on. more
In April 2014, two students at St. Anthony’s High School, in South Huntington, brought a Confederate flag to a sporting event. They were subsequently expelled. Later that month, Newsday published an editorial . . . more
Like the miserable winter we suffered through, anticipating the warm weather, the latest challenges that we have to endure, at least for the next few months, are the candidacy of Donald Trump and the battle over the proposed nuclear agreement with Iran. more
I will venture to guess that I’m the first person to ascribe totemic significance to what seems to be an ordinary Croc sandal. more
For years, the U.S. and other nations have been negotiating with Iran, with the goal of reaching a nuclear arms deal. If the goal was to reward Iran, Mission Accomplished. more
The race for Nassau County district attorney is one of the most important contests in this election cycle. Vying for the top prosecutor’s job are two talented women . . . more
Long Island, I love you, but I’m about to leave you. For almost 40 years, you helped me raise my family. You taught my children . . . more
First I dreamed it; then I did it. Now I’m packed and ready. more
Who would have thought that the Independent U.S. senator from Vermont, Bernie Sanders, would so quickly close the gap with presumed 2016 presidential front-runner Hillary Clinton? more
On July 10, South Carolina finally decided to join the Union for good when it removed the Confederate battle flag from its State House grounds in Columbia, its capital. more
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