Tag: Lee Zeldin

LI Congressional Delegation Split on Whether to Back Obama on Controversial...

The largest trade agreement ever negotiated in the world, whose details are being kept secret, is coming up for a key vote Friday afternoon that has split LI's Representatives but not along traditional party lines.

Long Island Reps Back Bill to End NSA Bulk Collection

The vote come nearly two years after NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden disclosed mass surveillance at home and abroad by the surveillance agency.

Nuclear Talks With Iran Have Long Island’s Congressional Delegation Crossing Party...

Many are concerned about where these negotiations are headed, considering a preliminary agreement is supposed to be reached by Tuesday, March 31.

Exclusive: Gold Coast Bank CEO Accused of Forcible Touching

John Tsunis is also CEO of Long Island Hotels and an attorney at Islandia law firm Tsunis Gasparis Lustig Ring & Kenney.

6 Months After Strikes On ISIS, Obama Seeks War Authorization

"We have to condition the American people: This is going to go on for a long time. It’s terrible to say but that’s the reality. They’re not going to go away easy.”

Rep. Lee Zeldin Joins Tea Party’s Ted Cruz to Bash Obama...

They are calling for an investigation into the president's former campaign director's involvement with Israel’s upcoming elections.

Top 14 Long Island Local News Stories Of 2014

Oheka Castle owner shot in head, toxic waste dumped in Islip parks, Islanders sold, Ronald Bower freed from prison, among so much more.

This Time Around Bishop Couldn’t Overcome the Opposition

In his second attempt to beat Rep. Tim Bishop, New York State Sen. Lee Zeldin's timing was right on the money.

Tom Croci Beats Esposito for Vacated State Senate Seat

Croci claimed victory despite only campaigning for three months against Adrienne Esposito.

Republican Lee Zeldin Unseats Congressman Tim Bishop

The congressman conceded to the New York State senator who challenged him to a rematch.
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