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Sen. Charles Schumer will be at a western New York brewery to call on the federal government to drop a proposal that has the nation's craft beer brewers up in arms.
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Less than three years removed from a flood that inundated 90 percent of the village's land, tensions still rise and fall along with the water in Owego.
It's only fitting that the call has gone out from Staten Island to finally welcome home America's troops from the 9/11-era wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.
For over 100 years, "spent grains" - a natural byproduct of the brewing process have been sold to farms at a very low cost for use as an inexpensive feed for livestock.
When Senator Hillary Clinton was running for U.S. President in 2008, a very enthusiastic supporter financially was Sant Singh Chatwal, owner of hotels and restaurants and an Indian-American.
In just 30 days, the Food and Drug Administration may pass a rule that will directly effect breweries and farms in New York State.
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.
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.