Sen. Schumer Urges Trump To Sign Fentanyl-Screening BillSchumer said Sunday that the bill that passed both houses of Congress last year will help ensure that illicit narcotics "can be quickly detected, identified and seized on the spot."
Sen. Schumer Calls For Bomb-Detection Units At Transit HubsDevices are currently being tested in Los Angeles, but Schumer said Sunday the TSA should speed up plans to deploy the technology nationally.
Schumer On Home DNA Testing Kits: 'They Can Sell It To Pretty Much Anybody'Schumer warns that customers might be unwittingly handing over their personal info to third parties.
Sen. Schumer Says FDA Shouldn't Delay Regulation On E-CigsThe New York Democrat said Sunday that the Food and Drug Administration should reconsider its decision announced earlier this year to put regulating electronic cigarettes on hold.
Sen. Schumer Calls On President's Opioid Commission For Plan To Battle AddictionSchumer said the president's opioid commission has been dragging its feet and has not come up with a plan to combat the problem.
Senator Schumer Calls On FDA To Regulate 'Snortable Chocolate'In a letter Saturday, the New York Democrat asked the Food and Drug Administration to investigate the use of caffeine in inhalable food products such as so-called Coco Loko.
Sen. Schumer Pushes To Preserve Tax Deductions For Middle ClassSchumer on Sunday denounced the tax code Trump proposed this week that would end the federal deduction for state and local taxes.
Schumer Says He Wants Credit Bureaus To Better Notify Customers Of Potential FraudSchumer, D-N.Y., said once hackers get a hold of the customers' personal information, it's all downhill from there.
L.I. Residents Will Need To Wait A Little Longer For Relief From Helicopter Noise Every summer commuters hop posh helicopter rides from Manhattan to the east end of Long Island for some rest and relaxation, creating the opposite down below for homeowners.
OnStar Changes Policy After Sen. Schumer Voices Privacy ConcernsOn Sunday, Schumer called OnStar's previous policy "one of the most brazen invasions of privacy in recent memory."
18 People Arrested For Real Estate Fraud In BrooklynFor too long, Brooklyn residents have fallen victim to real estate scammers. Now, the Brooklyn D.A. and Sen. Schumer warn perpetrators to watch out.
Bloomberg: I Want Kelly To Stay In NYCWill Commissioner Kelly head to Washington to lead the FBI? Not if Mayor Bloomberg has anything to say about it.