Clerical errors like misspellings or inverted address numbers are fairly common and inconvenience many Americans every day.
A few days after the Feds released the list of the most popular baby names in the U.S., the Social Security Administration released its list of top baby names in New York for 2011.
New Jersey officials have temporarily delayed plans to implement new federal standards for people seeking to obtain or renew driver licenses or non-driver ID’s.
The December unemployment numbers may have been good news, but people in the Tri-State Area still need jobs.
An analysis shows the average worker in New Jersey saved about $872, or 22 percent more than the national average because the state has some of the nation’s highest paid workers. The cut is determined by income.
Imagine if you were declared dead, not once, not twice but three times and lost your only source of income. An elderly Staten Island woman who is very much alive and well is living a red tape nightmare.
Before college students attend classes, officials say they should check their credit scores and information online to make sure no one has stolen their identities.
Even though New York is one of the few states in the nation to recognize same-sex marriage, St. Sen. Daniel Squadron points out that the federal government still doesn’t.
Former President Bill Clinton had it right when he said “it’s the economy, stupid.” And as our economic woes have increased so have Americans’ pessimism about where the country is going.
Both the Republican and Democratic leaders of the Senate are throwing their weight behind a debt-limit agreement sealed with President Barack Obama and top leaders of Congress.
New technology is helping hospitals get information about their patients without a single piece of paper.
The standoff on Capitol Hill over deficit reduction and raising the debt ceiling shows no signs of breaking.
Republican Rep. Peter King of Long Island says if President Barack Obama and House Speaker John Boehner don’t come back together to get a deal to raise the debt ceiling, then, in his words the House will reach its own agreement with the Senate.
Tri-State Residents, Politicians Weigh In On Possible Social Security, Medicare Changes As Part Of Debt Talks
Congressman Peter King said that nothing should be done to affect people already collecting benefits, but argues programs like Social Security and Medicare are unsustainable over the long term.
Veterans of all ages lined up in Brentwood, Long Island on Friday morning to get some much-needed assistance.