Stony Brook scientist Nancy Goroff will face Zeldin in November.
Listen: A COVID-19 survivor recounts his long battle
Scott Krakower was coughing for nearly two months and lived with the terrible fear that he might get his young kids sick.
Listen: Some normalcy returns to Nautical Mile
An evening talking to bar-goers and visitors to the popular strip.
Chiusano: Should you buy John Bolton's new book?
A look at what Bolton says about members of the extended New York political universe.
Listen: Out on Long Island's East End
Lots of canceled events, and lots of eating during the pandemic.
Chiusano: Long Islanders to rally for police union reform
Dozens of local groups plan an in-person and digital news conference in front of State Sen. Todd Kaminsky's Rockville Centre office on Thursday
Listen: The return of haircuts
"Our phones have been ringing off the hook," says Mia Gelestino of Salon Montáage.
Chiusano: A strange moment draped in protest
Messages sent and received as change looms.
Listen: Visiting the beach during coronavirus?
It's an ironic pandemic development: NYC residents will likely be relying on the handiwork of master builder Robert Moses if they want to go for a legal swim in summer 2020.
Listen: Being an actor during a pandemic
Broadway might be dark but actors like Spencer Glass, originally from Merrick, are adapting to the pandemic and getting ready for what comes next.
Listen: Protesting during a pandemic
A weekend of protests in New York and what they mean for public health -- and the country's political future.