Asking the Clergy: Challenging times as a spiritual leader
In addition to educating and inspiring, religious leaders may feel called upon to battle rising secularism, uphold fading traditions and ...
God Squad: Things religion gets wrong can be righted
It is naive to imagine that over thousands of years, no beliefs were misguided and no practices were wrong.
My Turn: Sewanhaka reunion elicits sweet memories
I recently attended my 50th high school reunion for Sewanhaka High School’s class of '69. What a great day! Sewanhaka ...
Janison: For Trump, Turkey may be another Ukraine
Certain themes in the Trump administration's dealings with Turkey resonate with issues under scrutiny in Ukraine scandal.
Janison: When personal agenda becomes foreign policy
The basic question for the public impeachment hearings is what the Ukraine scandal means for the way our government works.
Janison: Bloomberg wants to be heard
In his latest contemplation of a presidential run, perhaps he sees an effort, win or lose, as the best way to be heard.
Brown: Cairo's Amazing, Not So Awful, Very Good Night
For the Nassau GOP chairman, a string of election victories made last week a very good week indeed.
Ferry points us north, toward fall and things we love
Clear skies, calm seas, all aboard — anchors aweigh! The crew casts off, the mighty engine sends a tremor through ...
Love Story: He found his destiny at the Highway Inn
Stephen Chiarello of Central Islip remembers how a night of dancing led him to meet his future wife, Andrea. On ...
God Squad: Dispelling the myths about organ donation
Take my liver, please! Q: I am writing to ask a favor of you. I am hoping you might consider ...