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Terrorism once again brought the world to its knees when gunmen stormed the offices of the satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo in Paris. The assault was the manifestation of a culture clash . . . more
The newly empowered Republicans have arrived on Capitol Hill prepared to go to work as the majority party in Congress. They have no idea what they’re in for. more
As we ring in the New Year, let’s reflect on the important issues and challenges our state and county faced in 2014. I believe 2015 will be a good year . . . more
Was it torture or, as others would say, harsh tactics used to obtain intelligence to protect our citizens? That’s a matter of opinion. more
New York state has been presented with a unique opportunity. For once, rather than being faced with a multi-billion-dollar deficit . . . more
Last week, a grand jury of nine whites and three blacks decided not to indict police officer Darren Wilson in the death of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Mo. more
He has talked about it, and now he’s done it. After months of challenging Congress to act on illegal immigration, to pass legislation, the president has acted with the most expansive use of his presidential power. more
Republicans are preparing to take over the U.S. Senate on Jan. 2, when their new members will be sworn in and take their oaths of office. Until then, both parties need to learn to play nice. more
There was a grand old party on Election Day, as voters sent President Obama and his party a message: They’re fed up with the political rhetoric and want action. more
Our local governors are faced with a challenge they never dreamed of: infectious disease. Ebola is no longer just running rampant in West Africa. It has made its way to New York City. more
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