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The two tribes have set their respective baselines while New Yorkers yearn for compromise and actual, tangible change. The Republican-held state Senate has thus far...

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There is no denying the Florida school shooting has reignited a national discussion on appropriate firearm regulations and mental health issues. Amid the uproar,...

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Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone (D) made history by nominating a woman to serve as police commissioner, and we’re hoping a path is being...

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We’ve been here before. A shooter kills and maims unarmed, innocent American citizens, and according to the people elected to represent us, it’s never...

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Asking for money is uncomfortable. In our daily lives, needing to borrow some cash here or there isn’t a request that rolls off the...

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There’s a lot of talk about public-private partnerships at all levels of government. If our state officials can strike a deal to benefit New...

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In the wake of a political battle that characterized 2017, it appears solutions for potentially improved and more affordable health care may be on...

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Spider-Man’s Uncle Ben once said, “With great power comes great responsibility.” Over the course of the last several months, we’ve seen the dominance of men...

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While Democrats and Republicans squabble over reaching an agreement to raise the debt ceiling in the hopes of funding the government beyond Jan. 19,...

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As we forge ahead into 2018, there are a few charitable lessons from the holidays that we should carry with us through the year,...

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