Game of warehouse musical chairs

Amazon's iffy jobs pledge underscores mistake in rejecting headquarters plan.

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Adults are in need of summer camp, too

Going into the woods for walks, classes creates anew the joy we felt as children.

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CEO-employee salary gap widens

Companies continue to emphasize profits over fairness and the welfare of employees.

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Grim list of the dead grows longer

Sept. 11 continues to claim victims, and we must remember and honor them.

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Remember the faces of Uvalde's kids

The dreams and plans that died in their classroom robbed us of a better future.

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A fresh approach to development issues

New heads of LI regional council focus on child care and workforce training.

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Scant oversight bred baby formula crisis

Infants' needs and manufacturers' lobbying power has led to less accountability.

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Inconsistency fuels vaccine protests

A lack of logical policies and reasoned explanations hurts the cause of safety.

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The long wait for children's vaccines

Parents are growing frustrated with the delay in approving shots for young ones.

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Town must listen to Baldwin residents

Power trip by Hempstead officials ignores pleas for redevelopment.

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LI concerns about NYC are mounting

The city must address safety and other issues to bring Long Islanders back.

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Keeping your doctor visits is critical

A breast cancer scare showed me the importance of maintaining appointments.

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Keep on teaching the Holocaust

The death of Julius Eisenstein reminds us to never forget those awful events.

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What's Long Island's next big thing? 

Urgency is needed to move projects forward that can shape region's future.

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LIRR Third Track is finally on track

Garden City's pushback on bridge permit was but a temporary delay.

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Marshall: COVID-19 shot still the best answer

New data shows the unfortunate consequences of not getting the vaccine.

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Marshall: The COVID vaccine war will continue

Mandatory school vaccinations are the next front in an ugly battle.

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Marshall: Masks come off, but school wars rage on

Critics are finding new topics to attack even as the mask mandate ends.

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Marshall: Amazon-city breakup still reverberates

A lack of vision, courage among leaders had ripple effects in the region.

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Marshall: A shift in Hempstead Village housing

Projects are finally getting hearings and, hopefully, approvals when deserved.

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Marshall: LI housing another house of cards?

We should heed the warning signs of a crisis among current homeowners.

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The Point: Moving away, again? 

New York holds the distinction of being the state with the third largest exodus

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The Point: Ins and outs of the MTA board

Wednesday marked the first board meeting without Larry Schwartz, Cuomo's controversial appointee.

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Marshall: Time for adults to learn from students

Kids who succeed while wearing masks are a powerful example of coping.

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The Point: Running free

Congressional aspirant Cait Corrigan's signature issue is what she calls "medical freedom."

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Marshall: The hate that always walks among us

The attack on a Texas synagogue reminds us that we always need to be vigilant.

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Marshall: A Bronx fire is a warning for everyone

Sunday's tragedy should lead us to re-examine our own homes for safety.

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The Point: Behind the mask

The fallout from his executive order continued to ripple through the state Friday.

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The Point: Suozzi pitches campaign for governor

Don’t be surprised if you get a call from Rep. Tom Suozzi sometime next week....

The Point: Anti-vaxxer plans to run for Congress

Cait Corrigan, 24, of Patchogue, announced her plans to run in the 2nd Congressional District.

The Point: Blakeman wants Mack on MTA board

Meanwhile, Suffolk County will be losing its board member, Kevin Law, shortly.

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The Point: Masked tactics 

The event's sponsors will have masks that read "No Mandates" that they'll be handing out.

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Marshall: Vax fight will roil Albany next week

Vaccine mandate opponents are planning to demonstrate at the state Capitol. 

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Marshall: A 43-year affordable housing push

An activist's dream for an East Northport project is close to becoming reality.

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The Point: 43 years later, an affordable housing project looks ready

The Matinecock Court development was first proposed in 1978.

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Marshall: Fighting a heartbreaking lack of access

My father-in-law's battled obstacles facing those with physical limitations.

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The Point: Back to searching for a SUNY chief

Malatras' resignation came after revelations that he had disparaged a woman who accused Cuomo of sexual harassment.

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Marshall: Moment by moment by Sondheim

The gifted composer taught us that even small snapshots are memorable.

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Marshall: An epic win for Long Island dreamers

The opening of the Islanders' new home was the culmination of a long, hard road.

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Marshall: Vile imagery has no place in vax fight

Antisemitic words, symbols a dangerous false equivalency to the COVID-19 vaccine.

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Marshall: Wanted: A few strong voices for LI riders

MTA board home to a fascinating cast of characters, some more vocal than others.

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Marshall: Not a Happy situation in the Bronx

The confinement of a beloved animal raises questions about her welfare.

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Marshall: The too-high cost of prescription meds

Families shouldn't be forced to hunt for hidden ways that can save them money.

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Marshall: The chilling power of not believing

Kings Point student's alleged rape at sea exposed a culture that must be changed.

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Marshall: Thanking teachers who stepped up

By getting the COVID-19 vaccine, they chose to keep students safe.

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Marshall: Hello Google, about that expansion ...

We'd love you to build here, too, but you should know it won't be easy.

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Marshall: Vaccine protests get personal

Northwell's Dowling gets extra security after demonstrators stake out his home.

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Marshall: Excitement finds a new home at Belmont

But Nassau Coliseum remains dark, the visions of its promise still unfulfilled.

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Marshall: A show of faith, an explosion of joy 

The return of Broadway restores a slice of life stolen by the pandemic.

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Marshall: Hints of a looming housing crisis

A foreclosure moratorium might be hiding serious homeowner mortgage problems.  

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