Articles Tagged ‘The New York Times’

Once feared Newsday now a puppet under Cablevision control

Newsday Muzzled Under Cablevision Control, Insiders Charge

In June 1972, three Newsday reporters were sent to Turkey’s…



Off the Reservation: The Empire Strikes Back

My election plans almost went off without a hitch with my posterior comfortably settled into the perfectly formed groove in the corner of my couch….



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D’Amato: Vote For Schneiderman Is Vote For Sharpton

Editor’s note: As regular Long Island Press readers know, this space is typically reserved for The Conversation, a weekly feature wherein a number of Press…



Cyberbullying on Long Island

For Jamie Isaacs, the torment began in second grade at Wenonah Elementary School. A group of girls would repeatedly yank her hair and stab her with sharpened pencils. Sachem Central School District officials did nothing to stop the abuse, her family alleges.



Lucero Verdict Will Change Upcoming Elections

The manslaughter verdict is in and the Jeff Conroy case is closed, but no one knows when the court of public opinion will adjourn because the immigration issue remains very much alive in this divisive election year.