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  • Information in Nassau - Just an e-mail away

     
    The folks who give away taxpayer dollars in the name of development in Nassau County have a curious way of handling questions. The Nassau County Industrial Development Agency informed a caller this week that getting a copy of the agenda......
  • Some clubhouse chatter

     
    Pressure, Melky Cabrera seemed to ask after delivering the game-winning hit in tonight???s (or last night???s as it stands) 5-4 comeback victory, what pressure? ???No pressure,??? Cabrera said through his translator, Ray Negron, after delivering the game-...
  • Obama's to-do list: First lady has one

     
    by Mark Silva The president and first lady, treading a delicate line between political and home life, go to great lengths to remind people that, after all, they're just people, too. But, with a first lady attempting to play the......
  • Suffolk Dems avoid floor fight amid race for Leg. seat

     
    Suffolk Democrats screening committee have found both Patrick Nolan, son of Islip Supervisor Philip Nolan, and legislative aide Brendan Stanton qualified to run for county legislature.......
  • Obama photo-flip carries political risks

     
    by Peter Wallsten and Janet Hook President Obama's decision Wednesday to try to block the court-ordered release of photographs depicting alleged abuse of detainees by U.S. soldiers sets him on a confrontational course with his liberal base. But it is........
  • FTC Halts Car Warranty Robo-Calls

     
    At the request of the Federal Trade Commission, a federal judge has put a halt on car warranty robo-calls by issuing two temporary restraining orders against two companies. The FTC expects this to drastically reduce the number of automated, pre-recorded.....
  • Gates apology: Air Force One flyover

     
    by Michael Muskal Defense Secretary Robert Gates apologized today for the publicity stunt that terrified many New Yorkers still leery of another terror attack involving low-flying aircraft and cost as much as $357,000 in taxpayer funds to stage over...
  • Bush's polar bear rule stays

     
    By Jim Tankersley The Interior Department today let stand a Bush administration policy that bars the federal government from considering the effects of global warming on polar bears and other protected species, a move that upset environmentalists and...
  • Americans in no rush to balance the court

     
    by Mark Silva There is but one woman on the nine-member Supreme Court, in a nation where women outnumber men at polling places, one black justice, in a nation that shed legalized racial discrimination only decades ago, and there never......
  • Yankees, Mets tickets often below face value on Web

     
    Here is a column I wrote for Tuesday's newspaper about the unprecedented doings on the resale market, where (relative) bargains for Yankees and Mets tickets abound. The market is awash in availability, even more so since the Yankees started handing......
  • A majority bloc?

     
    There are exceptions to most every rule, including those pertaining to the county Board of Supervisors. Upon landing this gig, we were told the supes always vote 4-3 on controversial issues. That, for the most part, has proven true -......