Carolyn McCarthy

Carolyn McCarthy, Advocate For Gun Violence Victims, On Retiring From CongressIt was a bittersweet farewell to Congress for Carolyn McCarthy, a voice for gun violence victims.
Retiring Carolyn McCarthy Hopes To See Congress Pass Gun Control, Tax Cuts In Final WeeksAs Carolyn McCarthy gets set to retire from Congress, she has her wish list of legislation she would like to see passed this term.
Rep. Carolyn McCarthy Talks To 1010 WINS About Leaving Congress, What Lies Ahead"It's coming to an end. I can't believe it's 18 years. Everytime I think about that ... I said where'd the time go," McCarthy told 1010 WINS' reporter Mona Rivera in her first radio exit interview.
New Documentary Marks 20 Years Since LIRR MassacreOn Dec. 7, 1993, a gunman opened fire on a train car filled with commuters leaving New York City. By the time passengers tackled Colin Ferguson, his fusillade had left six people dead and 19 wounded.
President Obama Unveils Gun Violence MeasuresThe package includes a call on Congress to ban military-style assault weapons and high-capacity magazine and it would close loopholes in the gun sale background check system.
Long Island H.S. Students Get Lesson On GunsThe seniors at Mineola High School were not even born in 1993 when Rep. Carolyn McCarthy's husband was murdered on a Long Island Rail Road train.
House Passes Resolution Honoring Yankees' Sheppard New York congresswoman Carolyn McCarthy introduced the resolution in tribute to Sheppard's lifetime achievement.