August 3, 2018
By KENNETH DEL VECCHIO Picture this: A man is on trial. He’s a 68-year-old businessman.
NOVEMBER SNOWSTORM CAUSES NIGHTMARE COMMUTE FOR MANY, BUT SUPERSTAR EDUCATORS GO ABOVE AND BEYOND TO TAKE CARE OF STUDENTS ALL NIGHT
November 18, 2018
By CANDY STALLWORTH On Thursday, November 15, winter storm Avery pummeled the New York/New Jersey area, dropping up to eight inches in some places. With a start just before the rush hour and the worst of the snow falling rapidly just as people were leaving work, the drive home turned into a nightmare for many commuters. Highways and back roads were covered in snow, and vehicles found themselves sliding, spinning, or getting stuck in the snow.
May 12, 2016
By MARK WOODSON The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) is now accepting public comments on several regulatory proposals for hunting black bear and white-tailed deer and for fisher trapping and general trapping regulations, Acting Commissioner Basil Seggos announced today. “These proposals are a result of our science-based management approaches combined with substantial feedback from hunters and trappers,” said Acting Commissioner Basil Seggos. “We continue to focus efforts to provide more hunting and trapping opportunities in the state, and these proposed regulatory changes balance our management goals with public interests of hunters and trappers from across the state.
BANKS THAT TOOK TAXPAYER BAILOUTS SEEK TO REVIVE ERIC HOLDER’S ANTI-SECOND AMENDMENT OPERATION CHOKE POINT
May 11, 2018
By NATALIA CASTRO America’s largest banks should uphold American values: entrepreneurship, innovation, and, perhaps more than anything, the principles of the Constitution. Yet several of the country’s largest banks have decided to go against these principles by opposing the people’s Second Amendment right to bear arms.
BACKLASH AGAINST NIKE FOR KAEPERNICK AD CAMPAIGN CONTINUES; COLLEGE OF OZARKS DUMPS NIKE TEAM APPAREL
September 7, 2018
By Daniel Sonninshine Nike continues to get kicked, dumped, and dropped faster than one can say, “Just Do It.” The athletic footwear, equipment, and apparel giant has angered many fans and customers by choosing Colin Kaepernick as the face of its new ad campaign, with the slogan “Believe in something. Even if it means sacrificing everything.
May 9, 2016
By MARK WOODSON The New York State Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services (NYS OASAS) today announced the launch of the latest phase of Governor Andrew M. Cuomo’s Talk2Prevent education campaign, an initiative focused on preventing underage and binge drinking and illicit drug use ahead of prom and graduation season. The statewide campaign includes a new radio public service announcement and digital ads urging parents to have regular discussions about alcohol and drug use and the importance of making a plan with their child on how to exit situations involving drinking or drug use.