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Schumer Demands Oil Refinery Investigation
Sen. Charles Schumer claims that gas prices in New York could be much lower.
May 30, 2011
Coney Island Beach Opens With Fleet Week Celebration
Hundreds of schoolchildren gathered along with Coney Island beachgoers to greet the U.S. Navy, Marine Corps, and Coast ...
May 26, 2011
Stringer Demands DOE Transparency
Manhattan Borough President Scott Stringer held a press conference to demand that the Department of Education (DOE) be ...
May 25, 2011
NYC Service Launches Second Season of Â°CoolRoofs Initiative
The New York City Department of Buildings will be painting 1 million square feet of rooftops white this ...
May 24, 2011
US Secretary of Energy Commends the Graduation of 1000 ‘Green Supers’
Ready to help New York City conserve energy, one thousand building superintendents and resident managers graduated from the ...
May 23, 2011
New York Hotel Workers May Get New Protection From Assault
NEW YORK—Assemblyman Rory Lancman proposed new legislation on Sunday that would require hotels to supply their staff with ...
May 22, 2011
Student Art Exhibition Takes on Social Issues
Students from public schools at Union Square Park to speak out on social issues through their art.
May 19, 2011
Lower Manhattan Protests Closing Fire Companies
City officials and Lower Manhattan residents joined the firefighters of the Engine 4, Ladder 15 Company on Wednesday ...
May 18, 2011
Controversial Teacher Evaluation Plan Passed
The new teacher evaluation is scored based on student learning, based on standardized tests,and on administrator and peer ...
May 17, 2011
Board of Regents Elects New Commissioner
The Board of Regents of the New York State Department of Education elected Dr. John King Jr. as ...
May 17, 2011
Officials Call for Tourist Helicopter Ban
After making concessions and route changes to try and deal with noise pollution complaints, the tourist helicopter industry ...
May 15, 2011
Bin Laden Bounty May Go to 9/11 Victims
An announcement proposed that would make organizations providing relief to survivors, families, and first responders of the 9/11 ...
May 8, 2011
March and Rally Call for End of Persecution
Hundreds marched on Main Street in Flushing, Queens, on Saturday to stop the persecution of Falun Gong in ...
April 25, 2011
Stringer Demands ‘Fair Share’ of Energy Projects
Manhattan Borough President Scott Stringer called on New York state officials Sunday to give New York City a ...
April 17, 2011
Bikers Parade Down Prospect Park West Lane in Brooklyn
Hundreds of cyclists of all ages gathered near Grand Army Plaza in Brooklyn on Sunday morning to ride ...
April 11, 2011
NTSB to Investigate Tour Bus Industry
Responding to a request from Sen. Charles Schumer and Rep. Nydia Velazquez, the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) ...
April 4, 2011
Brooklyn Rally Celebrates 90 Million Quitting CCP
Hundreds rallied in Brooklyn's Chinatown on Sunday to support over 90 million people who have quit the Chinese ...
March 27, 2011
Schumer Calls on DMV to Audit Tour Bus Drivers
Sen. Charles Schumer called on the New York Department of Motor Vehicles to audit all licenses issued to ...
March 21, 2011
NYC Housing Crisis Approaching Deadline
New York has been losing over 10,000 rent-regulated apartments each year since 2000, and with the current rent ...
March 13, 2011
Hundreds Rally Against ‘Radicalization’ Hearings in New York
Hundreds of people from 135 different interfaith, government, and civil liberties organizations stood in solidarity with the Muslim ...
March 6, 2011
Adoptee Bill of Rights Gains Support
Assemblyman David Weprin proposed new legislation, the “Adoptee Bill of Rights,” at City Hall on Sunday.
March 6, 2011
‘Don’t Shoot New York’ Rally in Times Square Targets Gun Violence
Local politicians and anti-violence advocates marched from the United Nations to Times Square on Sunday to participate in ...
February 28, 2011
Schumer Calls on Florida Governor to Curb Illegal Drug Flow to NY
Sen. Charles Schumer (D-N.Y.) is calling on Florida Gov. Rick Scott to control prescription drug abuse in Florida. ...
February 21, 2011
New York: Columbus Avenue Group Evaluates Street Redesign
Elected officials joined Columbus Avenue organizations and business owners Sunday in front of the Ivan Pharmacy on the ...
February 6, 2011
Brooklyn Senator Launches Gun Control Campaign
New York state Sen. Eric Adams has launched a campaign against gun violence.
January 31, 2011
Park Avenue Abloom in Giant Winter Roses
Park Avenue is in full bloom this winter with Will Ryman's 10-block installation of giant roses, some as ...
January 24, 2011
New York: Upper West Side Protests Conversion of Hotel to Shelter
NEW YORK—Elected officials and residents of Manhattan's Upper West Side gathered outside Hotel Alexander on West 94th Street ...
January 16, 2011
Supreme Court Asked to Resolve Appeals Court Split Over Deportation of Permanent Residents
Pompeo Says There Was No Quid Pro Quo Tied to Ukraine Aid
Four Ways Pelosi Impeachment Inquiry Fails Hillary’s Watergate Tests
Final Report From House Antitrust Probe Into Big Tech Expected by ‘First Part’ of 2020
All US Troops Withdrawing From Syria Are Going to Western Iraq, Says Esper
Trump Scraps Plan to Host 2020 G-7 Meeting at His Florida Golf Resort
Nancy Pelosi’s Brother, Former Baltimore Mayor, Thomas D’Alesandro III Dies at 90
Supreme Court Case About Financial Regulator Could Lead to High 2020 Election Drama
Human Rights Groups, Opposition Politicians Appalled as Venezuela Joins UN Human Rights Council
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3 Soldiers Killed, 3 Hurt in Accident at Fort Stewart in Georgia, Say Officials