After Deadly Midtown Crash, Lawmaker Reveals FAA Has Not Acted In 6 Years To Add Black Boxes To HelicoptersThe senior senator from New York held a copy of the May 2013 report issued by the NTSB, calling for data recorders in choppers, which followed another helicopter wreck in 2011.
Sen. Schumer Comes Up With 'Work-Around' Plan That Could Fund Desperately Needed Gateway ProjectYou might call it the "Shhhh, don't tell President Donald Trump" plan for squeezing funds out of Washington to rebuild the 100-year-old North River tunnels.
Shortage Of Shingles Vaccine Causing Concern For Patients, Health Care Officials And LawmakersIf you've ever had shingles or know someone who does, you know how painful it can be.
Schumer Calls For Ban On Highly Toxic Chemical Still Available On Store ShelvesThe Environmental Protection Agency was moving toward banning methylene chloride, but it hasn't yet happened.
Lawmakers Rally For Release Of Two Men Taken From Families By ICETwo families, both who have had fathers detained by immigration officials, rallied with local lawmakers who are demanding the men be reunited with their children until their cases are decided.
CDC Expected To Respond To Schumer's Request To Send Flu Team To NYThe senator wants the team to help local and state health officials by studying the spread of the illness.
Federal Government Reopens After Spending Bill PassesThe Senate voted Monday to pass a bill that would extend government funding through Feb. 8. The House approved the measure shortly thereafter, sending the spending bill to the president, who quickly signed it.
Trump Calls NYC Terror Attack Suspect 'Animal,' Asks Congress To Close Immigration Lottery ProgramVowing to "stop this craziness,'' President Donald Trump on Wednesday urged tougher immigration measures based on "merit'' after the deadly truck attack in New York City.
Shrinking Seats On Amtrak Trains A One Way Ticket To Discomfort, Schumer SaysSchumer thinks the nation's rail service is going down the wrong track by talking about making seats smaller to boost capacity.
Congress Votes To Let Internet Service Providers Sell User Browsing Data Congress has sent President Donald Trump legislation that would kill an online privacy regulation, a move that could eventually allow internet providers such as Comcast, AT&T and Verizon to sell the browsing habits of their customers.
'Personal Peeping Toms:' Schumer Denounces Vote Allowing ISPs To Sell Data Without ConsentThe Senate voted to kill Obama-era online privacy regulations, a first step toward allowing internet providers such as Comcast, AT&T and Verizon to sell your browsing habits and other personal information as they expand their own online ad businesses.
Schumer Says He'll Vote 'No' On Trump Supreme Court Pick Neil GorsuchNew York Sen. Charles Schumer said he would lead a filibuster against Gorsuch and that the judge "almost instinctively favors the powerful over the weak."
Schumer: Proposed Trump Budget 'Devastating' To NYC Anti-Terrorism Efforts Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer is slamming President Donald Trump's proposed budget that could cut $190 million from New York City efforts to fight terrorism.
Schumer 'Disappointed' After U.S. Attorney Bharara Removed From Office"The president's decision to change his mind and fire Preet says far more about the president than it does about Preet," Schumer said.
Schumer: NTSB Should Investigate Spate Of Small Plane CrashesThe Democrat wants the agency to look into why the small plane crashes are happening and possible additional safety measures.