Trump is finished with the White House, but his deceits continue to unfold.
Asking the Clergy: What is a common read at your congregation?
Our next common read will be "An Indigenous Peoples' History of the United States for Young People" (Beacon Press, 2019), writes the Rev. Jude Geiger.
Janison: Hurdles high and low for a new president
Trump set a low bar for conducting a presidency. Hopefully Biden can raise the standards.
Janison: Trump stood for privilege, mostly his own
From start to finish, Trump's term showed devotion to benefits for him and associates, contrary to his final scripted presidential video saying "everyone matters."
Janison: Election rioting, the 20-year view
Two demonstrations on behalf of a GOP presidential candidate, two decades apart, warrant a comparison in legal basis, tactic, timing and result.
Janison: Biden can hail citizens targeted by Trump
The incoming Biden administration could find a way to recognize working patriots who did their jobs even while enduring Trump-led attacks and threats.
Brown: LIers seek vaccinations in bureaucratic haystack
For days, it was like "The Hunger Games" meets "Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory" out there as Long Islanders scrambled to find vaccines.
Janison: Trump exit is a collapse, not a transition
The nation's capital has been fortified by necessity to ensure a peaceful transfer of power after last week's massive security breakdown.
My Turn: Levittown nostalgia trip is a happy one
Levittown was a place where pretension had no home, where everyone rowed the same social and economic boats.
Asking the Clergy: Faith and nonviolent protest
This week's religious leaders discuss how their faiths view the philosophy of nonviolence espoused by, among others, the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. and Mohandas Gandhi.
Janison: Trump's term-end disgrace stems from big lies
By now it is plain: The projected lie will always be Trump's chosen method, sometimes with disastrous results.