Sen. Chuck Schumer Continues Call For $10 Billion Federal Stimulus To Support Theaters Hurt By PandemicBroadway shows closed March 12 due to the coronavirus pandemic. The shutdown is expected to last through January 3.
Sen. Schumer, Seinfeld Combine Forces, Call On Feds To Help Save City Entertainment Venues Hurt By COVID-19An effort to save live entertainment venues in New York City is being pushed by a senator and a TV legend.
New York Congressional Leaders Sound Alarm For Much Needed MTA FundingMillions of people typically flock to mass transit in the days after Labor Day Weekend, but the coronavirus pandemic has changed all of that.
Trump Administration's Attempt To Defund NYC Could Mean Schools And Subways Get DirtierSchools, subways and courthouses could all become a whole lot dirtier, and federal funds to buy coronavirus protective gear for teachers and students could dry up.
Schumer, Cuomo Blast President Trump's Bypass Of Stalled Coronavirus Stimulus NegotiationsDemocrats from New York are reacting to the four measures signed by President Donald Trump on Saturday in a move to bypass stalled congressional stimulus talks.
Homeless Individuals Moved Out Of Hell's Kitchen Hotel That Took Them In During Peak Of COVID-19 PandemicCBS2 learned from the city that the Project Renewal clients who left the Washington Jefferson Hotel are being housed in facilities uptown.
Sen. Chuck Schumer Wants To Extend Current Stimulus Aid Package Into 2021Republicans are set to unveil a new stimulus aid package as soon as Monday.
Large Event Spaces In NYC Fear For Their Future With No Reopening Date In SightGotham Hall relies heavily on smaller businesses and gig workers for events, so the impact has been far-reaching.
Sen. Schumer Working On Proposal That Would Give Schools $175 Billion To Help Reopen SafelyThe proposal, developed with Washington Sen. Patty Murray, is known as the Coronavirus Child Care and Education Relief Act.
Sen. Chuck Schumer Urges Congress To Approve $100 Billion In Rent ReliefThe state's eviction moratorium was set to expire June 20, but Gov. Andrew Cuomo extended it to Aug. 20.
Sen. Chuck Schumer Calls For Steep Fines For Scammers Advertising Unproven Coronavirus CuresRight now, Schumer says the Federal Trade Commission is sending out warning letters to stop companies from making false promises of coronavirus treatments or cures.
Sen. Schumer Asks FDA To Reveal Which At-Home Coronavirus Test Kits Sold Online Are LegitimateSome claim they can detect the virus. Others claim they can detect antibodies. But none of them may be accurate.
Sen. Schumer Says He Didn't Threaten Supreme Court Justices: 'I'm From Brooklyn. We Speak In Strong Language'After being accused of making threats against members of the Supreme Court, Sen. Chuck Schumer offered a clarification On Thursday.
IRS Says Grants Used By Suffolk County Residents To Improve Backyard Cesspools Are TaxableThe Internal Revenue Service has issued a ruling in a case that could cost Long Island homeowners thousands of dollars in additional federal taxes.
Thousands March Across Brooklyn Bridge For Anti-Hate Rally In Support Of Jewish CommunityThe NYPD says there have been at least 14 reported anti-Semitic attacks in the last two weeks.