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Here’s a quick note to United Airlines. You know that deal you recently announced with Boom Supersonic that has you placing options to purchase 15 Overture aircraft, the still-to-be-built supersonic transport planes? more
Any forward movement in aviation, or in space exploration, is usually greeted by cheers. As should be the case. But often, first come the skeptics who ask whether it was worth it all. more
I watched the Netflix documentary “Seaspiracy” last week, and I may never eat fish again. more
After my June 17-23 column, “The census is a wealth of enlightening information,” was published, I got to talking with my friend Carly Hurdle about how fertility rates are affected by race . . . more
We’re in the midst of a global reset in the wake of a pandemic that has humbled us all, reminding us how quickly a microscopic virus can send us hurtling off the rails. more
The New York Times published a number of articles on July 10 on the impact of climate change on our lives today. Collectively, they were frightening . . . more
June was National Homeownership Month. For many, homeownership is a part of the American dream that is proving to be increasingly difficult to attain. Long Island home prices . . . more
Until recently, I had never thought deeply how radical my parents were when I was a child. I’m not sure they realized it at the time. more
I just booked a reservation to see the next full solar eclipse. Call me an optimist; I expect to be there. more
Summer vacation for students this year follows almost a year and a half of coronavirus shutdowns and precautions. The learning loss during school closures was significant, and unless steps are taken, the U.S. risks the education of a generation of young people. more
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