Brand: Alleged underwear-thief judge case goes on
Suspended District Court Judge Cicale faces felony charges for breaking into a neighbor's home and stealing her underwear.
Suffolk moves to fight Pine Barrens lawsuit a third time
Suffolk has twice lost its legal battle for diverting $29.4 million from the county drinking water program.
Letter: The trouble with high student debt
Readers discuss student debt, clean water and more.
Complete video coverage: Steve Levy
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Entercom prez 'would love' if Francesa stayed 'forever'
Susan Larkin, one of the top execs at WFAN's parent company, says Francesa 'cares very much about WFAN winning.'
Appeals court to Suffolk: Return sewer fund money
A state appellate court says a $29.4 million diversion from Suffolk's Drinking Water Protection Program was illegal.
America at crossroads: What LIers think of our future
Matthew Elgut prays that future generations will be better off than his — but doesn't think it's likely.
Officials: Former Suffolk police commissioner dies
Former Suffolk County Police Commissioner Richard Dormer died at his home in Northport surrounded by family after a three-year battle with cancer, his son Michael Dormer said. He was 79.
Letter: A tactical error in support for new tolls
While our Center for Cost Effective Governance disagrees with Newsday’s enthusiastic support for a tax on motorists via congestion pricing, ...
The Point: Aiming for the finish line
Daily Point Leaning on each other What ties Ossining, Port Chester, Glen Cove, Riverhead, and Westbury together? These school districts ...
The Point: LI fights against congestion pricing
Daily Point Deconstructing the MTA, Round Two As the fight over congestion pricing heats up in Albany, a duo of ...