Sen. Chuck Schumer
Schumer says that displaying and wearing the flag on clothing will send a clear message that Americans will never forget those who were lost on that fateful day.
At the newly unveiled section, which features tables and benches, visitors can eat, read, use their laptop or simply take in the magnificent views of the harbor.
The Department of Homeland Security had provided funding to 64 cities, but that number will now drop to 31 deemed to be high-threat urban areas.
Where is he? In a city filled with politicians who are not shy with being in the spotlight, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo has been, well, missing in action.
The U.S. senator says the National Park Service should help renovate a Long Island Rail Road station once used by President Theodore Roosevelt.
Calling them an imminent threat to public safety, Dow has filed emergency rules designed to immediately ban the sale and manufacture of the synthetic drugs.
NASA is expected Tuesday to decide where its three retired and retiring Space Shuttles will go.
The federally run Statue Of Liberty could be shut down this weekend along with the government if Congress fails to agree on a budget.
Sen. Charles Schumer promised to fight tooth and nail a potential 12 percent New York electric bill rate hike authorized by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission.
Senator Chuck Schumer may have some explaining to do after having some explaining to do.
Senator Chuck Schumer was urging state and federal highway regulators to come up with safety enhancements following the death last month of a Nassau County highway patrolman.
A rally in Greenwich Village on the centennial commemoration of the Triangle shirtwaist factory fire soon became a rally for organized labor.
On Day 3 of the attack on Libya, there were new air strikes and new demands. On Monday, President Barack Obama called for the replacement of Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi.
Because of the unrest in Libya, oil prices briefly touched $100 a barrel Wednesday for the first time since 2008. It’s a development that’s expected to have a ripple effect on prices across the board.
Critics questioned whether the bill is affordable and does enough to ensure that only people with illnesses related to trade center dust get help.