Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand, who serves as the chair of the Senate Armed Services Subcommittee on Personnel, plans to address the issue next week with a newly drafted bill.
Members of the New York Superheroes go by names like “Snipe,” “Spyder,” “Dark Guardian,” and “Spector,” names that could have been pulled straight from the pages of a comic book, and they take their commitment to doing good very seriously.
The land-constrained nature of Kennedy Airport, and Worldport’s location, make preservation difficult, according to the Port Authority.
Annual members will have one week of exclusive access before daily and weekly memberships start on June 2.
Research shows that criminals are less likely to burglarize a home with a dog; CBS 2 recently put that research to the test, and set up seven cameras in four different homes.
A city union is using language from the city’s own inspections to detail what it calls decaying schools in the poorest neighborhoods.
The insurance plans do not consider basements to be living spaces, so the residents have not gotten a penny of insurance money for the flood damage they sustained.
“Initial necklaces are really hot, so we have a steal from JC Penny for $28, and a splurge from Alex Woo for $158.00,” explained In Touch Weekly Senior Editor Dorothy Cascerceri.
Hundreds of seniors were enjoying the newly opened center on Monday. The facility was badly damaged in the flooding from Sandy.
In an Eye On Broadway, CBS 2′s Dana Tyler took a look at “Kinky Boots,” which leads the Tony Awards nominations with 13 nods.
The pastor and two youth ministers at a central New Jersey church have left their posts just days after the resignation of the Rev. Michael Fugee.
If you haven’t found the perfect gift for your mom just yet, “Savvy Mommy” Victoria Pericon has some great tips.
Retailers say the turnout and scope of the event, which began in 2002, is giving them and the industry a chance to tout their success by giving away 4.6 million comic books featuring everything from Superman to “The Walking Dead” to Gilbert Hernandez’s “Marble Season.” It will be held on Saturday.
Findings by a group of researchers at Berkeley’s School of Public Health showed nine different metals, including lead, in popular brands of lipstick and lip-gloss.
The bills before the City Council would reduce the visibility and accessibility of cigarettes. The council’s health committee took up debate Thursday on the proposals.