Rep. Carolyn Maloney
U.S. Reps. Carolyn Maloney and Nydia Velazquez (D-N.Y.) warned Sunday a dramatic increase that could soon be facing New Yorkers.
Tens of thousands of federal workers in New York City continue to feel the impact as the partial government shutdown continues.
The $2.8 billion Victim Compensation Fund will be divided among those who register and are eligible for benefits.
The junior senator on Tuesday called for the Obama administration to exercise restraint as it considers its response to Syria following allegations it used chemical weapons in its civil war.
U.S. Rep. Carolyn Maloney (D-N.Y.) on Monday gave the overall progress on the Second Avenue Subway project a B plus.
Three New York members of Congress on Saturday urged their fellow lawmakers to act before student loan interest rates double.
Time is running out for people exposed to toxins from the Sept. 11 terror attacks to register for health benefits. A deadline of Oct. 3 is looming for those who are sick or might become sick because of 9/11.
Some elected officials and consumer advocates want to put banks in check when it comes to excessive overdraft fees.
Maloney, 67, will appear on opening night of the American Ballet Theatre’s production of “Romeo and Juliet” on June 10 at the Metropolitan Opera House.
“There’s [a] tremendous amount of accidents. It’s from five to 30 accidents there than any other area,” Maloney said.
Ronald Buchanan, of Elmira, N.Y., was charged with aggravated harassment and menacing on Thursday. He was held in lieu of $20,000 bail.
Rep. Carolyn Maloney said she’s received phone calls Tuesday night at her Manhattan office. She said the calls were answered by young interns, who were “understandably shaken by this experience.”
There might be some relief coming for superstorm Sandy victims who are facing skyrocketing flood insurance rates.
The $85 billion budget-cutting mechanism could affect everything from commercial flights to classrooms to meat inspections.
Doctors, patients and researchers Sunday painted a grim picture of what the human cost will be if Washington lawmakers don’t avoid across-the-board budget cuts this coming Friday.