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The Senate may vote soon on a bipartisan bill that would give the 153-year-old Government Printing Office a new name to better reflect its digital-age work.
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New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio may have a staffing problem on his hands. Despite his four months in office, he has yet to hire a communications director.
When it comes to surveillance, NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden knows how to make headlines.
I just heard the news: The United States has changed its mind about Jens Stoltenberg , the new head of NATO.
Sen. Charles Schumer took his push for a ticker-tape parade down the Canyon of Heroes for veterans of the Iraq and Afghanistan wars to Staten Island Wednesday.
U.S. Sen. Charles Schumer said that building a subway to Staten Island would beprohibitively expensive.
Sen. Charles Schumer has worked to secure more than $400 million in federal aid to help cover the damage sustained by two Metropolitan Transportation Authority tunnels during superstorm Sandy.
Sen. Charles Schumer says some communities on the North Shore of Long Island are still in need of funding to recover from the damage of Hurricane Sandy.
The White House has announced that John Podesta, President Obama's current Counselor, will lead his delegation to the Holy See for the Mass of canonization of Popes John XXIII and John Paul II on April 27, 2014.
Schumer: The Time Is Now to Stake NY's Claim & Begin Planning A Hero's Welcome for our Soldiers in the War on Terror.
State-of-the-Art Control Center Facility is Replacing Oldest Control Center in the Country - Control Center Came Online in December 2013.
Flawed and decades-old data -- that has set limits for recreational and commercial fluke allocations in New York -- could be a thing of the past, U.S. Sen. Charles Schumer said Tuesday.
A federal-worker union is fighting bipartisan plans that would require the Treasury Department to contract with private collection agencies to pursue tax debts that the Internal Revenue Service is not addressing.
Joseph Feingold bought a violin in 1947 on the black market while he was in a displaced persons camp in Germany for Holocaust survivors.
The U.S. Senate is close to extending an insurance program Sen. Charles Schumer said is vital to New York's post-9/11 resurgence and economic development in cities across the country.
U.S. Senator Charles Schumer will be at the city's Hudson River waterfront Tuesday morning to urge $6.7 million in federal spending to reinforce the city's seawall.