Long Island Democrats Eye Congressional Seats Held By Republicans King, ZeldinElection Day is 10 months away, but local Democrats are already lining up to try to take back Congress. On Long Island, two Republican seats are considered at-risk, with a large field of challengers.
Long Island Lawmakers Warn GOP Tax Plan Would Be 'Punch In The Gut'Politicians from both sides of the aisle stood together Tuesday, urging their colleagues to slow the process and consider the ways they’re hurting the northeast.
Nurse Honored For Stateside Service Decades After World War IIIt's taken 70 years, but a World War II nurse has finally been honored for her service.
‘Concealed Carry Reciprocity Act’ Would Expand State Gun Carry Permits NationwideLocal prosecutors and police are taking aim at a gun bill in the U.S. Congress. They fear if it's passed it will increase danger on the streets.
'Baseless Political Debate:' LI Congressmen Opt For Telephone Town HallsBecause of anger over President Donald Trump's policies, two Republican Long Island congressmen have decided to hold town hall meetings via telephone instead of in a public forum.
NOAA To Hold Public Meeting On Death Of Stranded Whale In Moriches BayCould more have been done to save a whale stuck on a sandbar off the coast of Long Island?
Democratic Congressman-Elect Tom Suozzi: 'We Have To Be Optimistic'Suozzi will head to Washington amid a Republican-controlled Congress, and admitted surprise over Donald Trump's presidential victory.
Sienna Poll Shows Turn In Political Tide Just Days Before ElectionAhead of Tuesday's election, a new Sienna Poll shows a turn in the election.
Voters Head To The Polls For Long Island Primaries Four candidates are competing for the chance to replace longtime Rep. Carolyn McCarthy in Nassau County while two Republicans face off in Suffolk County.
Hudson Valley State Senators Want East River Tolls Instead Of MTA Payroll TaxFive Republican New York State Senators say ditching the payroll tax in favor of East River tolls would bring in another $100 million for the MTA next year.
Poll: Dem Majority In NY Senate In JeopardyThe poll questioned more than 400 voters in each district. The margin of error was between 4.8 points and 4.9 points, plus or minus. Democrats have a 32-30 majority.