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Although fake news is a big issue for today’s media, particularly in the aftermath of the presidential campaign, it has been a problem in the journalism world for more than 100 years. “There are records of fake news going back as far as Lincoln that were used to [try to] derail his election,” said Dr. Cliff Jernigan, an associate professor and chairman of Hofstra University’s Department of Journalism, Media Studies and Public Relations. more
Santa Claus made a special stop at Wantagh Park last weekend to meet local folks. more
For nine consecutive years, MacArthur High School alumni have gathered at the Levittown building to compete in a flag football tournament in memory of Rick Bailey, a former tight end for the Generals. more
There are three reasons to see the latest revival of Finian’s Rainbow. The first is the marvelous Melissa Errico, starring as Sharon. Her character is the heart of the musical, both as the love … more
Having grown up where pastrami-on-rye was as common as a slice of pizza, there was no question that dining at Lido Kosher Deli would be a welcome, if not nostalgic, treat. more
Last week’s question asked if it was possible that the World Trade Center collapsed by design, as some reports have stated. This is a very serious and sensitive topic. No matter how much time has passed . . . more
In the maelstrom that has followed Donald Trump’s election, it is difficult to sort out the most urgent priorities for people worried about our country. Millions of us are shocked and grieving for a nation that would elect a racist and misogynist to the highest office in the land. If we take Trump at his word . . . more
Here on Long Island, we are fortunate enough to have many superior schools. We don’t often think about school choice because we already have the best. Across the country, however . . . more
Whether you like it or not, the 2016 presidential election is now long over. It is a simple fact that America is sharply divided . . . more
Nearly half a million students, ages 12 to 18, fell victim to violence at schools across the U.S. in 2014, the last year for which statistics are available, according to . . . more
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