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  • Chairman at Suffolk Community College faces ouster

     
    Suffolk Community College board chairman Bill Moore, right, may have won the court fight to make the two-year school more independent of the county, but he is about to lose his trustee seat. Moore???s term as trustee ended last......
  • Indicted Democrat Corbin gets some GOP love

     
    Nassau Democrat Roger Corbin got a show of moral support from a Republican legislator Monday, just hours before his fellow Democrats were to decide whether to nominate him for another term while he awaits trial on federal tax charges.......
  • Watch Flanagan as 2010 state races gear up

     
    Sen. John Flanagan (R-East Northport) on Saturday addressed Columbia County Republicans; he's due in Niagara County in August, and at the late-summer state fair in Syracuse. Watch for him to land -- somewhere- - on a state GOP ticket......
  • Nod unlikely from Nassau Dems for indicted-Leg. seat

     
    Neither federally indicted Legis. Roger Corbin (shown cuffed in his perp-walk photo) nor any of his potential rivals is expected to win a primary designation at Monday night's meeting of Second Legislative District Democratic committee members. Denying...
  • Lighthouse project advances, causes political ripples

     
    The biggest loser wasn???t even at the table during last week???s meeting on the Lighthouse project. Kristen McElroy is still the Democratic candidate against Republican Town of Hempstead Supervisor Kate Murray, but the race lost much of its oomph......
  • Sarah-mania! LI audience responds warmly to visit

     
    Nine months ago, the 2008 presidential campaign reached a late crescendo on Long Island with the final debate in Hempstead between Barack Obama and John McCain. Last evening, the 2012 campaign got what may have been one of its......
  • GOP on Sotomayor: No 'political theater'

     
    by Mark Silva The ranking Republican member of the Senate Judiciary Committee which will conduct the hearings for confirmation of President Barack Obama's first nominee for the Supreme Court, Judge Sonia Sotomayor of New York, saluted the credentials...
  • Obama: Healthcare reform 'no luxury'

     
    by Mark Silva President Barack Obama, ready to return from a journey from Saudi Arabia and Egypt to Germany and France in pursuit of a common understanding among Americans and the Muslim world and peace in the Middle East, faces......
  • Sotomayor hearings set to start July 13

     
    by Michael Muskal Senate Judiciary Committee hearings on the nomination of Judge Sonia Sotomayor to become an associate justice on the Supreme Court today were set for July 13, a victory for the White House, which has been pushing for......
  • Capitol coup winners: LI's clout, NYC defectors, Indies

     
    Many movers and shakers on Long Island will say that the restoration of GOP conference power in the state Senate, headed by Dean Skelos (R-Rockville Centre), will bolster the clout of the counties and help LI's share of the......
  • Joblessness: 9.4 pct, worst in 25 years

     
    by Jim Tankersley The U.S. economy shed 345,000 jobs in May, pushing the unemployment rate near double-digits and bringing the total number of jobs lost in the current recession to 6 million. But the employment figures, which the Labor Department......