Rep. Michael Grimm
If convicted, Dzhokhar Tsarnaev could face the death penalty or life in prison.
U.S. Rep. Michael Grimm (R-N.Y.) held a candlelight vigil in Brooklyn Sunday evening for the victims of the Boston Marathon attacks.
The “No Knives Act” moves to stop the new TSA policy from taking effect as planned on April 25.
There might be some relief coming for superstorm Sandy victims who are facing skyrocketing flood insurance rates.
Following Sandy, banks allowed homeowners to delay mortgage payments for three to six months, but that window is set to expire.
U.S. Rep. Michael Grimm (R-N.Y.) on Saturday called on federal home mortgage entities to help homeowners who were impacted by Superstorm Sandy stay in their homes.
President Barack Obama has a warning for everyone: people will lose their jobs if Congress does not step in and stop automatic spending cuts.
Sarai Sierra, a 33-year old mother of two, who was vacationing alone in Istanbul, has been missing since Jan. 21, when she was due to board her flight back home.
Turkish police on Wednesday were trying to trace a person who apparently corresponded with a Staten Island woman through social networking sites before she went missing, an official said.
Sarai Sierra, 33, has been missing since Jan. 21, when she didn’t take her flight back to New York.
Kars 4 Kids, along with Staten Island Rep. Michael Grimm, City Councilmember Debi Rose and local charities joined forces to help hand out 1,000 winter coats to those who lost everything in superstorm Sandy.
Conservatives and watchdog groups have mounted a “not-so-fast” campaign against a $50.7 billon Superstorm Sandy aid package that several governors and lawmakers – including New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo and New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie — hope to see pushed through the House this coming week.
Just 24 hours after he was reviled by his colleagues in Congress for delaying a vote on Hurricane Sandy relief, John Boehner was re-elected Speaker of the House on Thursday.
Several lawmakers from New York and New Jersey said House Speaker John Boehner’s decision to abandon a vote this session would be a crushing blow to states ravaged by the devastating storm.
The governors of New York, New Jersey and Connecticut are putting out a strong message to Congress: don’t leave for the holidays until you decide on aid for states battered by Superstorm Sandy.