Obama will order federal agencies to provide six weeks of paid parental leave to employees and is calling on state and local governments to do the same.
Rep. Carolyn Maloney, a Democrat, requested the inquiry in letters sent Monday to the inspectors general at the Justice Department and Social Security Administration.
The future of a federal backstop to protect insurers in the event of terrorist attacks is uncertain.
On Saturday, Congresswoman Carolyn Maloney joined health officials in announcing a new initiative that would establish a nationwide ban on the use of tanning beds by those who are less than 18-years-old.
Politicians have a warning for New York taxpayers, don’t let just anyone prepare your taxes. Congresswoman Carolyn Maloney has sounded the alarm about fraudulent tax preparation services
Dozens of Ukrainians sang their national anthem with the United Nations as a backdrop shortly after Russia vetoed a resolution that declared Sunday’s referendum on the future of Crimea illegal.
In New York, Rep. Carolyn Maloney, joined the Ukranian Congress Committee of America, and New Yorkers with loved ones in Ukraine to discuss the ongoing crisis.
Black and white pictures of dozens of protesters who lost their lives were placed on the cement outside a Ukrainian cultural center Sunday, with flowers and candles holding them in place.
Victims of gun violence and advocacy groups in New York City want President Obama to add more federal funding for anti-gun violence initiatives.
Super Bowl XLVIII’s economic impact to New York and New Jersey will be felt far beyond MetLife Stadium, officials said Sunday.
The fight for women to be recognized as equal citizens to men is far from over.
Subsidized Stafford loans, which account for roughly a quarter of all direct federal borrowing, went from 3.4 percent interest to 6.8 percent interest on Monday.
Mourners applauded and Frank Sinatra’s “New York, New York” played as Koch’s wooden casket was carried by six uniformed officers from the NYPD and FDNY out of Temple Emanu-El on Monday.
Chief Justice John Roberts delivered the court’s ruling shortly after 10 a.m. Thursday to a crowd of about 400 to 500 people inside the marble courtroom.
Dozens of residents rallied against the proposed trash terminal on Saturday, wearing T-shirts that read, “Don’t treat New Yorkers like trash!” and chanting, “Dump the dump!”