At the Waldorf Astoria in Manhattan on Wednesday afternoon, several hundred Occupy Wall Street protesters greeted Romney harshly, walking around the hotel behind a black urn they said represented “job cremation.”
“One of the things we have to work on is getting money out of politics,” Cuomo said after appearing on a panel about infrastructure for business operators.
Between Wednesday night’s Christmas Tree lighting ceremony at Rockefeller Center and a visit by President Obama, commuters were better off sticking to mass transit.
Bobby Nawrath was born with no cheek bones, no ears and a recessed lower jaw due to a condition known as Treacher-Collins syndrome.
While David Laffer and wife Melinda Brady pleaded guilty for the horrific execution-style murders earlier this month, Daniel Tessetta is still mourning for his sister Jamie.
“A Night for Jake” will be held tonight to help raise funds for MSG Network graphics coordinator Jake Wisniewski who’s battling cystic fibrosis.
Join John Elliott this Sunday to help Vacamas raise money for summer camp scholarships for kids in need.
In the annual Inner Circle charity dinner, Mayor Bloomberg took jabs for the snow fiasco, the hiring of Cathie Black and his relationship with the press.
WCBS 880 spoke to Nathan Rudy about the Red Cross Treadmill 10K fundraiser going on this week.
It is one of the largest fundraisers on the Jersey Shore and an all star effort to battle Parkinson’s Disease.
Robin Rogers had her wedding all planned — including booking a venue and designing invitations. However, she and her finance had to call off the wedding. Now she hopes it won’t go to waste and is throwing a fundraiser for a local soup kitchen.
The event, being held at the historic Union League Club, is the latest in a string of out-of-state fundraisers for Jindal as he gears up for re-election in 2011 with no challengers in sight.
When voters rejected Teaneck’s school budget in April, more than $6 million had to be cut.
Christie said Republicans must deliver on their promises if they gain power in November. If they don’t, voters will send the GOP “to the wilderness, and they are going to send us there for a long, long time.”
Two weeks ago, thieves robbed a sick little boy of his cystic fibrosis medication, as well as donations collected to help pay for his care. On Sunday, a non-profit organization – angry over that disturbing crime – held a fundraiser to help the family replace that lost money.