Sen. Chuck Schumer Calls For $10,000 Fine On Every RobocallWhen targeted people call back robocalls thinking it's important, they're hit with exorbitant international fees.
Suffolk County Residents Unhappy With IRS After Being Taxed On Grants Awarded For Environmental UpgradesSome Long Island homeowners have made a plea to the Internal Revenue Service after receiving grants to make environmental improvements to their backyard cesspools.
Hope Of Bipartisanship Fades As Trump Cuts Pelosi, Schumer Meeting Short Over 'Cover-Up' CommentThe infrastructure meeting with the president and top Democrats lasted only a few minutes, according to a person familiar with the meeting and a White House official.
Crash Families, Sen. Schumer Turn Up Heat On NTSB To Enforce Specific Regulations On Limo IndustryAs we enter prom season, families of people killed in a limousine crash on Long Island are demanding to know what's being done to prevent the same kind of accident from happening again.
Schumer Calls For Closer Look At Chinese-Made Subway Systems, Cyber-Security RisksSen. Chuck Schumer is calling on the Commerce Department to look into a Chinese state-owned company selling subway operations systems and if they pose a cyber-security risk.
Schumer Calls On CDC To Declare Emergency Over Superbug Fungus Spreading In N.Y.More than half of the 613 confirmed U.S. cases have been in New York.
Schumer: Trump And Democrats Agreed To $2 Trillion For InfrastructureSenate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer said President Donald Trump and Democrats agreed to spend $2 trillion on infrastructure over 25 years in a "constructive" White House meeting, and will meet again in three weeks on how to pay for it.
Sen. Schumer Wants Some Of President Trump's Opioid Detection Money To Battle Fentanyl Smuggling At JFKSenator Chuck Schumer is calling for federal funds to crack down on fentanyl smuggling through John F. Kennedy Airport.
Long Island To See Flood Insurance Rates Soar As Fed Changes ProgramFlood insurance reform will soon impact hundreds of thousands of folks who live in low-lying parts our area.
No Punches Pulled As NYCHA War Of Words Heats UpLongstanding problems with the New York City Housing Authority are getting political, with everyone from the president to the mayor sounding off this weekend.
Sen. Schumer's Communications Director Asked To Leave Staff Over 'Inappropriate Encounters'"Upon learning that he had inappropriate encounters within the office and that it was making some staff uncomfortable, he was asked to leave," a Schumer spokesperson confirmed to CBS News on Friday.
Shutdown Day 30: Schumer Pushes To Open Government, Help Furloughed WorkersIn a brief Sunday morning press conference, Schumer revealed new legislation that would protect government workers who can’t pay their bills because of the ongoing government shutdown.
Schumer, Residents Call For Action On Amtrak West Side Access PlanSchumer is blaming the agency for delaying the Penn Station access plan, which would give Bronx and Westchester residents a direct route to Manhattan's west side.
CBS2 Demands Answers From Sen. Schumer Over His Past Voting History On Border ControlIt may turn out to be the burning question of the government shutdown: Just what is the definition of a wall?
Schumer: MTA Will Not Meet Deadline To Install Rail Safety TechnologySchumer said the agency plans to ask, as early as Monday, for a two-year extension on its federally mandated deadline to have PTC put on trains by Dec. 31, 2018.