Rep Charles Rangel
Congressman Charles Rangel is refusing to endorse a proposal to rename a Harlem street for a slain police officer and Rangel’s was not happy with CBS 2 for even asking about it.
The Federal Transportation bill would change how mass transit is funded by the government, taking away gas tax revenue and instead make a one-time deposit into a mass transit trust fund.
We’re at number 3 on the WCBS Newsradio 880 countdown of the top 11 Tri-State area news stories of 2011, and a major political scandal.
Users write a text message in advance and program a list of recipients. As they’re about to be arrested, users can hit one button and alert everyone on their list.
Everything from the outrageous to the tragic happened in June. Take a listen.
Prosecutors and Owes’ lawyer said they expected her to plead guilty July 7 and be freed sometime in September to finish her senior year of high school and prepare for college.
Weiner — through a spokeswoman — has acknowledged he had online contact with a 17-year-old girl in Delaware but said the communications were “neither explicit nor indecent.”
New York Rep. Peter King and Arizona Sen. John McCain plan to reintroduce a congressional resolution urging a pardon for boxer Jack Johnson.
Democratic Rep. Charles Rangel, 80, plans to run despite his November conviction on several House ethics charges.
Rep. Charles Rangel has established a defense fund that will allow supporters to contribute up to $5,000 a year to help pay his legal bills.
Censured U.S. Rep. Charles Rangel returned to his home turf in the city’s Harlem neighborhood on Saturday, saying he still loves Congress.
The House voted to censure Charlie Rangel for ethical violations. Censure is the second most serious punishment Congress can hand out — one step short of expulsion.
The House ethics committee voted 9-1 on Nov. 18 to recommend a censure of the 80-year-old Democrat from Harlem.
Rangel’s fall from grace came in the very space he built a legacy, in the halls of Congress, where colleagues called him out for corruption.
The House ethics committee’s chief counsel has recommended that Rep. Charles Rangel be censured in connection with a finding that he engaged in improper financial and fundraising conduct.