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“It’s total devastation — countless cars are ruined, the boardwalk is ruined, people’s homes,” Sgt. Eric Cregeen told me the day after Hurricane Sandy . . . more
I don’t usually quote the Bible in my column, but the future of Belmont Park brings to mind the words of Ecclesiastes 3 (King James version). more
Last week, we saw a dramatic escalation in tensions between the U.S. and North Korea. The chance of military conflict seems to increase with every exchange of messages. more
I never thought that America’s two political parties would hit rock bottom, but it’s a fact that both of them are in the toilet. The Republican Party is a rudderless ship . . . more
What do an NFL player and a Google engineer have in common? Their stories have ignited an ongoing debate on freedom of speech at a time when . . . more
You could say that Long Island’s housing crisis — and, yes, there is a housing crisis — is a product of its success. In 1948, when the Manhasset-based Levitt & Sons built 6,000 homes . . . more
President Trump’s trip to Europe last week highlighted the foreign policy and military challenges facing him around the globe. The trip began . . . more
I know some folks don’t get the whole dog thing, but I don’t get folks who don’t get it. And I feel sorry that they’ve missed the chance to love a being outside their own species. more
Almost every survey of Americans today shows a serious lack of trust in government. From the national to the local level, citizens doubt whether their government . . . more
I looked down, and there it was — my heart, feverishly thumping. My valves looked like little whips snapping back and forth. It was a strange sight indeed. more
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