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An influential senator on Friday expressed strong concerns about Japanese company Softbank Corp's plan to buy 70 percent of Sprint Nextel, the No.
After months of negative publicity surrounding broken-down cruise ships and fed-up passengers, the cruise industry's trade group announced the adoption of a Passenger Bill of Rights.
The city's transportation system will be receiving $3.7 billion in relief funds from the federal government related to Hurricane Sandy recovery.
Democratic leaders say the Gang of 14 agreement on judicial nominees that, for years, kept the "nuclear option" from being used to change Senate rules is dead.
U.S. Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand today became the latest member of Congress to call for an investigation into a federal probation system that allowed accused murderer David Renz to disable an electronic ankle monitor 46 times without consequences.
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New York Democrats are distancing themselves from Anthony Weiner as their scandal-plagued former colleague tries to resurrect his political career with a run for mayor of the Big Apple.
After years of vilifying prominent religious and conservative leaders, gay activists on Wednesday turned their ire to an unlikely target: Democrats.
The cruise industry said Wednesday that it's adopting a passenger bill of rights that guarantees the "safety, comfort and care" of guests.
The 'killer provision' of ban on client site placement for H-1B workers, which may prove to be detrimental to the interests of major Indian IT companies, remains in place despite a last minute deal reached between key Senators on certain provisions of the immigration bill.
Sen. Orrin Hatch and the high-tech community scored a victory in the ongoing immigration tug-of-war on Tuesday.
U.S. Sen. Charles Schumer is proposing a national application for smartphones, tablets and the Internet which would quickly update comprehensive storm warnings nationwide.
A coalition of influential conservative leaders have published an open letter announcing their strong opposition to the 800-plus-page Senate immigration reform bill.
Monday, June 3rd is opening day for the Batavia MA1 4ller Quaker Dairy, a yogurt plant that has been long anticipated.
As Senators Chuck Schumer and Senator Dianne Feinstein appear ready to throw gay-inclusive legislation under the bus, advocates are reacting furiously.