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Some 158 million Americans voted in the 2020 U.S. presidential election, but 63 million eligible people could not because they weren’t even registered to vote. more
They called them the most dangerous stretches of road on Long Island. No crosswalks. Speeding cars. Pedestrians literally running for their lives . . . more
It’s called the Fourth Estate, a term used by journalists referring to their responsibilities and obligations as watchdogs of democracy, providing objective truth to the public they serve. more
A growing number of public schools — including many here in Nassau County — are offering something many wish they had years ago: American Sign Language. more
Interpreting the U.S. Constitution and applying the results to today’s America is like taking a tired and hungry toddler to a Disney store — no matter how many times you give in, the youngster will never be happy. more
America will soon mark 60 years since the March on Washington. On Aug. 28, 1963, some 250,000 people gathered peacefully at the Lincoln Memorial . . . more
Riders are returning to mass transit offerings like the Long Island Rail Road — they’re just not doing it as fast as transportation officials say is necessary . . . more
It won’t be long before the iconic film 'Jaws' turns 50 — a fact that’s just difficult to imagine. more
Summer leaves some school-aged kids scrambling to find a healthy meal, since they can’t depend on the federally subsidized breakfast and lunch programs at their school. more
Fireworks are a fun summer spectacle the whole family can enjoy. Millions across the country gathered to watch these colorful displays light up the night sky last weekend and on Tuesday, and similar shows will continue all summer. more
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