Sen. Charles Schumer
An investment of $185 million is coming to help get Amtrak’s Gateway project rolling, a project that is supposed to create a high-speed rail corridor to alleviate the bottleneck between New York and Newark.
After a holiday weekend of hard campaigning, Anthony Weiner is hoping to gain the Democratic nomination for mayor of New York. But it appears he’s trying to do it without the support of one important Democrat.
“Their dirt nap is coming very soon,” Lawrence Mulqueen allegedly wrote on Facebook.
The National Park Service has decided to move security screening to Ellis Island.
The gun was unveiled this week by Cody Wilson, a 25-year-old law school student in Texas, who was dubbed one of the 15 most dangerous people in the world.
Three-dimensional printing is touted as the future – it has already been used to make jewelry, toys, and even medical devices.
Hydrocodone, better known by its brand name Vicodin, is derived from opium poppy like heroin.
The 3D technology allows the user to input a a digital blueprint that is then produced in three dimensions in hard molded plastic.
The senator has petitioned the Federal Emergency Management Agency and the Office of Management and Budget to boost its disaster reimbursement rate from 75 percent to 90 percent.
Long Island Rep. Peter King, a member of the House Homeland Security Committee, said such information “definitely would have caused the investigation to go further.”
Sen. Charles Schumer, who is often a staunch supporter of federal agencies, said there are serious questions now about what the FBI knew about the Tsarnaev brothers before the deadly Boston Marathon bombings and ensuing reign of terror.
A groundbreaking was held for Saturday for the new $44.2 million boardwalk on Long Beach, Long Island.
After the failure to pass gun control reform in the U.S. Senate last week, you might think the issue is dead on Capitol Hill. Sen. Richard Blumenthal says you should think again.
Airline passengers are facing travel troubles. The Federal Aviation Administration has furloughed 47,000 workers because of federal budget cuts.
About 50,000 FAA employees including 15,000 air traffic controllers are being forced to take a furlough day every other week until the end of September because of the cuts.