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U.S. Sen. Chuck Schumer said the CEO of the Tribune Company Peter Liguori told him in a phone call that no more job cuts are planned at Tribune Media Service's operations in the Glens Falls and Queensbury area.
New York will soon disclose the routes and schedules of freight trains hauling tanker cars filled with Bakken crude oil as they pass through New York on their way to coastal refineries.
Sen. Chuck Schumer wants true net neutrality -- and he's calling on federal regulators to take a big step to get there.
The New York City Taxi and Limousine Commission's threats against drivers who work for Lyft caused the ride-sharing company to delay its planned launch in the city.
New York Senator Chuck Schumer has upped the stakes in the debate over how the FCC should regulate broadband internet providers, by calling on Friday for them to be reclassified as so-called "common carriers."
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U.S. Sen. Chuck Schumer is asking National Grid to notify customers in advance when utility workers will visit the home.
At a press conference Thursday, Sen. Chuck Schumer said people with religious beliefs who disagree with the ObamaCare contraception mandate can choose their faith or 'you don't have to form a corporation.'
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid said Thursday the Supreme Court 's decision to let closely held corporations refuse to insure birth control was its worst in the last 25 years.
Sen. Chuck Schumer warned Wednesday that federally-funded work on roads and bridges in the area could come to a screeching halt after Aug. 1. That's when the federal Highway Trust Fund, which provides $1.6 billion a year for New York projects alone, is scheduled to fall below $4 billion total and the U.S. Department of Transportation "will have no ... (more)
Work on bridges and roads around the Capital Region may be interrupted by troubles with the federal Highway Trust Fund.
The Federal Transit Administration has approved the Capital District Transportation Authority's application to join its "Small Starts" program that makes the transit agency eligible for up to $50 million in funding for its next Bus Rapid Transit line, U.S. Sen. Chuck Schumer announced Wednesday.
A Newsmax panel slugged it out Wednesday over whether President Barack Obama was right to shoot pool and drink beer in Texas after refusing to visit the U.S.-Mexico border.
The Texas Department of State Health Services confirmed the first ever human instance of Chikungunya in the state.
August is when things happen in politics. Typically, it's a scandal, and it hurts sitting presidents and their parties.
Updated: Sat Jul 12, 2014 06:52 am
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