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  • Rollins to GOP: 'Fight fights you can win'

     
    by Mark Silva Ed Rollins, a former White House political director who had more than a little to do with the late President Ronald Reagan's success, says it's time for the Republican Party to return to the hustings and build......
  • Heavenly Companionship

    EUGENE O'NEILL'S "Last Will and Testament of an Extremely Distinguished Dog" is making the rounds of pet lovers' e-mails again. "I would like to believe...that there is a Paradise," wrote the playwright, anthropomorphizing the thoughts of Blemie, his...
  • Mr. G

    Mr. G
    Irv Gikofsky, also known as Mr. G, the PIX News at Ten weather expert, has been delivering forecasts on New York television for almost 30 years. New York's most popular TV weatherman, Mr. G, began his career as a school teacher at Albert Einstein...
  • Hofstra Gears Up For Big Debate

    A lot of excitement is in the air on the Hofstra University campus in Hempstead. Students and faculty are counting down the hours to the third and final debate between John McCain and Barack Obama. Long Island reporter Rob Hoell checked out all the...
  • Student Causes Several Accidents in Stolen SUV

    HEMPSTEAD, N.Y. (WPIX) -- A Hofstra University student is facing charges he drove off in a fire chief's official SUV, causing several accidents that left ten people injured, including himself.   According to authorities, the incident unraveled when the...
  • McCain, Obama clash over economy in a testy debate

    NASHVILLE -- John McCain and Barack Obama tussled over taxes, diplomacy and personal judgment in an often testy debate Tuesday night that featured none of the raw character attacks that have lately dominated the presidential campaign. After another day...
  • Where the Boys Are: Palm Beach football players in college

    American Heritage-Delray Josh Pee: WR; Carson-Newman; So. Dominique Battle: DB; Cincinnati; Fr. Alicus Nozinor: WR; Eastern Illinois University; Sr. Corey Riley: DL; Eastern Michigan University; Sr. Warley Leroy: K; Florida Atlantic University; R-Sr....
  • Facebook Request Puts 'Black Sunday' Fire Convictions At Risk

    A juror's attempt to strike up a Facebook relationship with a witness has put convictions at risk in the Black Sunday case of two firefighters who died trying to escape a Bronx inferno. Defense attorneys, who want the verdicts set aside, say the juror...
  • Police: Couple Robbed Banks to Support Drug Habit

    EAST MEADOW, N.Y. (WPIX) -- A Long Island couple had such a serious drug addiction, they robbed banks in Nassau County to get money to support their habits, according to police. David Graf, 29, of Seaford, was charged Tuesday with third-degree robbery in...
  • April 6 - Author Vincenza Scarpaci

    The Journey of the Italians in America To purchase a copy of the book: The Journey of the Italians in America Upcoming events: Meet and greet the author; coffee reception & autographing Monday, April 6 2 PM Casa Italia Library 1621 N. 39th Ave. Stone...
  • Martin Tankleff Graduates From Hofstra University

    Martin Tankleff Graduates From Hofstra University
    Clad in a black cap and gown, Martin Tankleff looked like any other graduate on the Hofstra University football field, where a blustery wind and light rain quickened the pace of Sunday's commencement. Yet for Tankleff, 38 - who spent 17 years in prison...
  • Hofstra Law Dean Honored To Be Mentioned For Supreme Court

    Hofstra Law Dean Honored To Be Mentioned For Supreme Court
    Much to her surprise, the dean of Hofstra University Law School woke Sunday morning to find she had just been thrust into the national political conversation as a possible contender for a seat on the United States Supreme Court. National Public Radio...