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Sunday, March 29, 2015
Op/Ed
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Occasionally, maybe once every 300 years, France actually does something that is intuitively correct, progressive and ethically enlightened. more
In 2014 alone, PSEG, the utility company contracted by the Long Island Power Authority, increased rates seven times. Enough is enough. more
Hillary Clinton and Andrew Cuomo could not have picked a better time to reveal their views on work-related emails. Last week was the 10th anniversary of Sunshine Week . . . more
Imagine a presidential candidate who has actually lived in the White House for eight years and been witness to the process of decision-making at the highest levels of government. more
I’ve heard a lot of local chatter lately about Common Core. I know teachers are distressed and parents confused. To be honest . . . more
Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s recent proposal for a “circuit breaker” tax credit program for people who pay more than 6 percent of their income in property taxes is the second of three essential steps for real property tax relief. more
Florrie Schwartzberg was my first boss in the newspaper business. I know it’s slightly irregular in an obituary not to sing praises exclusively . . . more
On March 3, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu received more than 20 standing ovations while delivering an unprecedented speech to a joint session of Congress . . . more
In 1983, famed Harvard psychologist Howard Gardner published his seminal book, “Frames of Mind: The Theory of Multiple Intelligences,” which laid out seven primary intelligences . . . more
As we go about our lives, Dr. Oliver Sacks, 81, is facing the end of his. The brilliant neurologist and writer . . . more
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