Schumer said he fought last year for the federal aid in Congress but it’s not getting to those in need fast enough.
State Sen. Tom Kean, Jr. (R-Westfield) is taking a second look at New Jersey’s privacy laws to see if a legal loophole like the one uncovered in Massachusetts exists in the Garden State.
People take medication every day for things like anxiety, depression, and insomnia. Now, a new technique could make all of that go away.
The newest test is a blood test that can reportedly predict who will get Alzheimer’s several years before symptoms appear.
According to authorities, Darius Ghahary was selling heroin, oxycodone, marijuana and MDMA – better known as Molly or ecstasy – out of his rented Upper Saddle River home.
Those donating to public schools, school districts, teacher projects and scholarships would be eligible for the Education Investment Tax Credit under the proposal. The cardinal said the governor is on board.
Bishop Martin McLee, who announced the decision, called on church officials to stop prosecuting other pastors for marrying same-sex couples. McLee leads the church’s New York district.
Jeffrey Veatch, of Yorktown Heights, has spoken to more than 12,000 young people about his son and the dangers of drugs.
Affordable housing is defined by the federal government as being below 30 percent of household income. DiNapoli says more than 3 million households statewide paid at least 30 percent of their 2012 income for a place to live.
The CRAIC Fest is wrapping on Saturday night. The event is an annual celebration of Irish culture and will conclude with a special screening of an ode to an FDNY tradition.
On Saturday morning, CBS 2′s Cindy Hsu sat down with designer and contractor Chip Wade to discuss the show and his tips for home remodeling.
About 200,000 cardiac pacemakers are implanted every year in this country. Researchers at Mount Sinai Hospital are the first in the U.S. to implant the new, experimental pacemaker that is smaller than a AAA battery.
Citi Bike is wildly popular with 98,000 New Yorkers signed up for a $95 annual membership, yet it’s thus far unprofitable and remains in the red.
New Jersey DOT Commissioner Jim Simpson said they’re only anticipating a 4 percent increase of drivers on Staten Island as a result of the span closures. The inbound Skyway will be closed for two years starting next month.
Arguments were heard Thursday in a case brought by an atheist group. The case will need to be decided quickly, as the 9/11 museum is slated on open in May.