Do you think you have it bad stuck in traffic in New York City? Well, it could be worse. You could be in Honolulu.
Seton Hall was hoping to get sent anywhere in the NCAA tournament. Instead, they wound up at home with a No. 1 seed in the NIT.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo said Irene caused significant damage to the state’s agriculture. He said there is already $45 million in damage to farms in the state.
Despite its urban obstacles, the Big Apple is the best spot in the country to walk, according to Walk Score, a group that promotes making cities more walkable.
US Representative Eliot Engel says compromise over the debt ceiling may not be achievable and says the president should act unilaterally.
The U.S. Justice Department says that marijuana dispensaries and licensed growers in states with medical marijuana laws could face prosecution for violating federal drug and money-laundering laws.
Cuomo says the near shutdown of the federal government last week is in stark contrast to the bipartisan success seen recently in Albany.
Rep. Peter King’s hearings took an emotional turn when Rep. Keith Ellison, the first Muslim elected to Congress, tried to speak of the heroism and patriotism of Mohamad Salman Hamdani, a New York City EMT who died on 9/11.
“The reasons the hearings are focusing on the Muslim community, the president’s own national security advisor said al Qaeda is attempting to radicalize the Muslim-American community,” King said.
Conservatives love him. Liberals despise him. On Wednesday New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie was shooting from the hip on a topic no politician will touch — Social Security, and whether to raise the retirement age.
Gov. Christie said he has to say no to more spending in a heavily indebted, overtaxed state.
The governor will join New Jersey’s congressional delegation at the annual business dinner, addressing the group for the first time as governor.
President Barack Obama is formally launching the era of divided government tonight with his State of the Union speech to Congress.
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Now with a firm grip on the job he has long aspired to, Richard Blumenthal heads to the U.S. Senate when the new Congress begins its session in January.