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Schumer seeks funding for 10 new, clean buses in Broome U.S. Sen. Charles Schumer announced he is seeking funding for 10 new Broome County buses.
People with the charity group Samaritan's Purse help homeowners on Michigan Street in Long Beach strip their houses which were destroyed by superstorm Sandy on Nov. 18, 2012.
Southern Tier dams get federal funds for rehab, safety Dams around the Southern Tier will get federal funds for rehab, safety assessments.
When it comes to politics, the problems plaguing America usually get far more attention than possible solutions.
Hospital and federal officials say it's the second-largest award for a single project in the history of the Federal Emergency Management Agency.
"As Upstate New York's economy switches gears towards the advanced industries of the 21st century, we need our students and education system to keep pace," said Senator Schumer.
BSD pay raise: Administrators across the Beaverton School District will receive the same raises as teachers and non-licensed staff in 2014-15.
Senator Charles Schumer announced that the NYU facility will get more than a billion dollars for repair and fortification work.
Gulftainer is set to become the first Arab-owned cargo-terminal operator to manage assets on the U.S. coastline after entering a 35-year contract with Florida's Port Canaveral in June.
U.S. Sen. Charles Schumer, D-N.Y., has proposed a new federal tax credit aimed at encouraging dairy farmers, yogurt manufacturers and cheese makers to build biogas plants to turn their whey waste byproduct into renewable energy.
New York Sen. Charles E. Schumer laid out his dream for a less partisan Washington recently.
Beth Fertig is WNYC's Contributing Editor for Education. She previously covered politics, which included City Hall during the Giuliani administration, and the U.S. Senate campaigns of Charles Schumer and Hillary Clinton.
The Monday afternoon rally, organized by the UJA-Federation of New York and the Jewish Community Relations Council of New York, was intended to show support for Israel as it battles Hamas.
The Treasury Department should use immediate stopgap regulations to make offshore transactions known as corporate inversions less lucrative, said the department's former top international tax lawyer.
Updated: Thu Jul 31, 2014 03:52 pm
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