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Q. My son is graduating from high school and hoping to go into engineering or architecture after finishing the “core” courses the university requires. What can you suggest he do to prepare for his career? more
It makes psychological sense that in a culture where we are gradually losing control of decision-making and privacy, people would glom onto any power play that offers the illusion of autonomy. more
How deeply can one’s love, loyalty and financial commitment to the Clintons run? Just ask George Stephanopoulos. more
Very few families in this part of the world haven’t sung, or at least heard of, the nursery rhyme “London Bridge is Falling Down.” It dates back at least to the 1700s . . . more
It won’t be long before South Shore high school students graduate and head into the wider world. Before they do, many will attend proms. more
On May 28, state Senator Dean Skelos and his son, Adam, were formally indicted on corruption charges that were brought against them by U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara. Skelos, 67, the longtime … more
Q: My school district in Nassau County, where my special needs child attends school, wants to move him to a different type of classroom situation that I think is inappropriate.  Can I keep him … more
Q. We read your column about stair railings and decks and want to share our experience. We had a home inspection to buy our first house last year . . . more
The catchwords late last week were “positive train control,” the technology that could prevent tragedies like last week’s Amtrak derailment in Philadelphia . . . more
On May 12, eight days after turning himself in on federal corruption charges, Dean Skelos stepped down as majority leader of the State Senate. more
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