A suburban New York county is dismantling a controversial school zone speed camera program.
In an exciting week in Congress, Sen. Elizabeth Warren’s stock is rising higher than any other. The Massachusetts Democrat is leading the charge against some bank-friendly provisions in the recently-passed spending bill, speaking loudly on the issue in opposition to the President. Her strong stances have many Dems saying they’re more Ready for Elizabeth than Hillary.
New Jersey colleges and universities that do not properly investigate sexual assault allegations could face fines of up to $50,000 under legislation going before the Assembly.
New York magazine released its annual “Reasons to Love New York” list. It includes serious reasons like “We Protest Passionately and Peacefully” and “Craig Spencer Risked his Life to Safe Others,” and more fun ones like, “We were All Taylor Swift Once,” and “New York Rap Is So Awesomely Weird.” One list entry getting some more press is the story of Moh
Residents of Newtown, Connecticut are renewing their call for a memorial in light of the second anniversary of the massacre at Sandy Hook elementary school.
New York's acting health commissioner has declared influenza "prevalent" in the state, and says health care workers who aren't vaccinated must wear masks around patients.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo's administration on Thursday awarded a new round of grants and tax credits worth an estimated $709 million for 852 projects expected to create jobs.
The announcements, which drew hundreds of municipal and business representatives to Albany, are for the fourth year of regional economic development programs. The 10 regional counsels made presentations to state officials in bids for funding.
Stamford is trying to shift legal liability in slip-and-fall lawsuits to private property owners.