I understand the limitations that COVID-19 has imposed on us, but I mourn the extinguishing of beloved childhood secular rituals.
Janison: Ukraine-gate has yet to run its course
Scandals that led to Trump's impeachment last year are set to reverberate well past Election Day, no matter who wins.
Janison: Sad end to Trump's COVID-19 narrative
The national body count has risen past 227,000, and more coronavirus patients are hospitalized. Sadly, no corner has been turned.
Asking the Clergy: Who is the most overlooked saint?
This week's clergy discuss little-known saints who deserve to be lifted up into the light.
Janison: Trump's gift for Biden on ethics issues
Besting Trump on integrity issues demands no political initiative. Any successor as president would find it easy to do.
Janison: Trump's closing pitch features loser talk
Polls aside, a glaring sign of trouble is the way Trump has been talking. For weeks, defeat has been on his mind.
European-style furniture store opens in Lindenhurst
Two Turkey natives are bringing furniture influences from their homeland to Long Island.
Janison: In campaigns, more heat than light from here on
The heat of sloganeering builds each day. But with a little over a week until Election Day, the arguments and reasoning, such as we've heard them, are done.
Brown: Young adults are largest bloc of newly registered voters
Young people between the ages of 18 and 34 represented the largest group of new voter registrations in Nassau and Suffolk this year.
Janison: Basic job performance to be evaluated
Trump is just days away from his first real job evaluation by his bosses — the people of the United States.
Asking the Clergy: The Prophet Muhammad's birthday
This week's clergy discuss how they will honor the founder of Islam