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The exalted halls of academia and the grit of the football gridiron have never been more distant from one another than in recent weeks. more
Since the horrific Hamas massacre of Israeli civilians on Oct. 7, antisemitism has skyrocketed in the United States and around the world. more
A pervasive feeling of disappointment swept Long Island two weeks ago, after the Metropolitan Transportation Authority board formally voted to roll out congestion pricing in New York City. more
Sadly, Jews have had their own relationship with trauma. From the pogroms to the Holocaust, this trauma has left a long-lasting effect on the Jewish people. more
Many of us have seen the congressional sound bites. MAGA superstar Elise Stefanik, of New York’s 21st District, made mincemeat out of prestige college Presidents Claudine Gay of Harvard . . . more
On Dec. 13, the Long Island Power Authority board voted yet again to approve a raise in electric rates, this time over 11 percent for next year. Long Islanders have little choice but to absorb these price increases, as they have before. more
As the assemblywoman representing District 18, I recognize that the foundation of a thriving democracy is the active participation of its citizens. more
My husband is the main character in this story. He is festooned in good wishes and prayers these days. This is powerful juju, and he needs it in his fight through cancer. more
The United Nations was supposedly founded on the “noble principles” of peace, justice and human rights, yet its agencies frequently demonstrate an anti-Israel, antisemitic bias . . . more
Recently I saw a video that went viral of a middle-aged woman breaking down in tears because of the financial pressures on her family. more
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