Wednesday’s Editorial Spotlight is on hydraulic fracturing, the process of pumping liquid into a well under pressure, causing rock formations to crack underground. Those cracks then allow oil and natural gas to flow, increasing production. Studio 20 at New York University’s journalism school produced an explanatory video, “My Water’s on… Read More →
Two experts on hydraulic fracturing, or hydrofracking, or fracking, are meeting with the Editorial Board at 1 p.m. Wednesday. They are Kate Sinding and Eric Goldstein of the Natural Resources Defense Council. We’ll be including many of your questions in our interview. Submit them by email to me, Anjanette Delgado,… Read More →
Our editorial board interview with U.S. Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand begins at 10:30 a.m. Watch it live at LoHud.com/EditorialSpotlight. We’ll also take your questions during a simultaneous live chat. Prep work: How Gillibrand voted on key issues.
Do you have a question for U.S. Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand? She’ll be in our studio at 10:30 a.m. Monday to talk to the editorial board, and we’ll include many of your questions. Submit them by email to me, Anjanette Delgado, at firstname.lastname@example.org, via Twitter at @LoHudOpinion or in the comments… Read More →
State Sen. David Carlucci, D-New City, talked about mandate reform, pension reform, the Tappan Zee Bridge and Rockland’s financial future when he met with our editorial board Thursday. Listen in: editorialspotlight on livestream.com. Broadcast Live Free
At 11 a.m. Thursday, state Sen. David Carlucci, D-New City, appears on Editorial Spotlight. You can join in the discussion by sending in your comments or questions via CoverItLive during the discussion. Also, if you want to email some ideas ahead of time, send your comments, questions, observations to email@example.com…. Read More →
President Obama’s State of the Union address begins at 9 ET tonight on most networks. Watch it online instead at WhiteHouse.gov, where it’ll stream along with charts, stats and data, or on other sites. If you’d prefer to do more than just watch his speech, however, get involved with social… Read More →
State Sen. David Carlucci, D-New City, backs raising the minimum wage in a Community View published Sunday. He joins, among others, Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver and Mayor Michael Bloomberg, heavy hitters who also favor boosting the $7.25 New York minimum. But there is push back from other quarters. Carlucci discusses… Read More →