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Few public policies do more to build strong communities across our region than New York’s prevailing-wage law for public-works projects. It is a job-creating economic engine . . . more
Long Islanders, like all New Yorkers, have many different views about our criminal justice system, but everybody believes in the importance of safety and fairness. There is also a growing bipartisan consensus that mass incarceration does not achieve those objectives . . . more
When Donald Trump was elected president in 2016, millions of Americans who doubted his integrity wondered how they could ever trust his decisions in moments of crisis. Now such a moment is here. more
School shootings have become so ordinary that the press is always looking for a fresh hook. Last week, the media found a new lead for an old story . . . more
Once every 10 years, state legislatures across the country play a game known as reapportionment. After the federal census is completed, your elected state legislators will decide . . . more
It seems every politician under the sun is scrambling to deal with the out-of-control costs of higher education in the U.S. And with good cause. more
The woman who shuffled into the courtroom a month ago no longer bore even the faintest resemblance to her Facebook photo. It was the first time I had seen the 25-year-old who played a part in the killing of my cousin . . . more
U.S. Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, the 29-year-old Democrat from the Bronx, is surely the most dangerous elected official now in office. You know she is because . . . more
Once upon a generation or so ago, there were people, mostly women, who specialized in guilt. Since I would feel too guilty singling out any age group or ethnicity, let me just say that some women were born to it. more
A guide to healthy weight loss this summer. more
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