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March 12-18 is Sunshine Week. Associations, institutions and organizations connected to journalism will celebrate the initiative to promote open government, which was launched in 2005 . . . more
Last month I made my first visit to Capitol Hill since Dec. 28, 2020, the day I had cast my final vote on the floor of Congress before my retirement from the House of Representatives. more
Born with the teaching gene and not likely to recover any time soon: That is my self-diagnosis. more
Since taking office, President Biden has been the subject of all manner of criticism. Most of it focuses on his age. He is described as weak, bumbling, demented and a host of other unkind adjectives. But somehow . . . more
The moment Russian President Vladimir Putin marched his forces across the border into neighboring Ukraine, the world was shocked. more
Most Long Islanders are rightly confused about who is responsible for our ever-rising electricity bills. We get our electric bills from PSEG, yet there's also the Long Island Power Authority, as well as National Grid. Who does what? more
Human civilization has developed side by side with technology — some may say, in competition with it. Technological innovations have diminished the need for workers in jobs requiring . . . more
Hey, sweeties, Can it be that you are now 20, 18, 16 and 14? Do you read the paper?? Are you catching this online? more
Monday was Presidents Day, a holiday that, unless you work in a bank or the government or a school, you might have missed. more
More than 50 million sports fans in the United States had more invested in last Sunday's Super Bowl than pride in their favorite team. They wagered as much as $16 billion on the game. more
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