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ALBANY — State officials have blocked 59 police agencies from access to computerized motor vehicle data because they have yet to certify they will refrain from sharing the information with federal immigration enforcers.
ALBANY — While states across the nation are gearing up to make sure all their residents are counted in the 2020 Census, for which representation and billions of federal dollars are at stake, recently released population data from the U.S. Census Bureau has brought projections that New York m…
ALBANY — The start of the second year of a Democratic-controlled state Legislature has the majority excited and optimistic about the passage of bills on their agenda, and on Tuesday, some Democratic lawmakers were certain the Protect Our Courts Act would be one such bill.
WASHINGTON — Joining the chorus of lawmakers and law enforcement officials voicing concerns over the new bail reform laws in New York, U.S. Rep. Elise Stefanik, R-21, took initiative in Washington, D.C., to study the results of pre-trial release.
This season’s influenza vaccine does not match the unusual viral strain that is dominating flu activity across the United States and may be one reason for the severe infections in children so far, according to a new report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
By JESSE MCKINLEY and JEFFERY C. MAYS The New York Times News Service
ALBANY –– In the week since New York officially ended cash bail for many nonviolent criminal defendants, concerns over a spate of anti-Semitic incidents and other recent alleged crimes committed by those released under the law have spurred calls to undo parts of the legislation.
U.S. Rep. Elise Stefanik, R-Schuylerville, and Democratic challenger Tedra Cobb broke fundraising records in the fourth quarter of 2019, with Stefanik pulling in $3.2 million and Cobb $2.05 million, the candidates said in separate news releases issued Wednesday.
These days, wages in the United States are doing something extraordinary: They’re growing faster at the bottom than at the top. In fact, recent growth for workers with low wages has outpaced that for high-wage workers by the widest margin in at least 20 years.
Rep. Elise Stefanik, R-Schuylerville, said she supports President Donald Trump’s decision to kill the head of an Islamic group the United States designates as a foreign terrorist organization. Her opponent is saying the mission will further escalate tensions in the region. And the president …
By LAURIE MCGINLEY and JOSH DAWSEY The Washington Post
Angry public health groups on Wednesday predicted President Donald Trump’s scaled-back plan to limit flavored e-cigarettes will fall far short of its goal of stopping a surge in youth vaping, arguing that the imminent policy is an election-year capitulation to industry interests.
Celeste Sloman/New York TimesRep. Elise Stefanik, R-N.Y., poses for a portrait in Washington on Friday. Just over 100 years ago, the first woman was sworn into Congress. Now a record 131 women are serving in the Legislature.
GALLUP, N.M. — Prudence Jones had spent two years handing out “Missing” flyers and searching homeless camps and underpasses for her 28-year-old daughter when she got the call she had been praying for: Dani had been found. She was in a New Mexico jail, but she was alive.
U.S. Rep. Elise Stefanik, R-Schuylerville, last week voted against a bill that would have increased the state and local tax deduction from $10,000 to $20,000 for people filing a joint return and hiked the top marginal tax rate.
Dairy experts believe the new trade deal between the U.S., Canada and Mexico making its way through Congress should provide a boost to the dairy industry — albeit a small one — in terms of trade with Canada.
Soon after getting an OxyContin prescription for back pain and arthritis in 1999, disabled coal miner James Craig started popping three of the narcotic pills daily, instead of the prescribed two, he said in a deposition as part of a lawsuit against the drug’s manufacturer, Purdue Pharma. Wit…
SHIPROCK, N.M. — They started out from hamlets deep in the Navajo Nation, driving hours on washboard roads. When the Saturday night crowd finally arrived at Redd’s, the parking lot swelled with pickup trucks.
NEW YORK — Federal prosecutors in Brooklyn have opened a criminal investigation into whether several large drug companies intentionally skirted regulations in order to promote the sale of addictive opioids, according to corporate filings and a person familiar with the matter.
Prosecutors send people to jail and prison every day, but many have never set foot inside a correctional center. A new initiative signed by roughly 40 of the nation’s most progressive district attorneys aims to rectify that.
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In Thursday’s public impeachment inquiry hearing, U.S. Rep. Elise Stefanik addressed witnesses’ statements that her committee members were sharing “harmful” theories and received sympathy from committee members and witnesses for social media attacks.
U.S. Rep. Elise Stefanik, R-Schuylerville, questioned Gordon Sondland, President Donald Trump’s ambassador to the European Union, about his understanding of why there was a hold placed on aid to Ukraine during Wednesday’s impeachment inquiry.
After a whirlwind weekend of donations flowing into Tedra Cobb’s congressional campaign, the Democratic challenger to U.S. Rep. Elise Stefanik’s New York 21st Congressional District seat raised $1 million in three days, according to her campaign.
The president of the United States declared North Country Rep. Elise Stefanik as “a new Republican star” on Sunday morning; Star Wars and Star Trek stars urged fans to donate to Tedra Cobb, Stefanik’s Democratic opponent in the 2020 election, and both candidates saw their Twitter follower nu…
WASHINGTON - On the House floor, Rep. Elise Stefanik has built the record of a Republican maverick: She’s one of the few GOP lawmakers to vote against the party’s sweeping 2017 tax bill, back equal rights for LGBT Americans and support an effort to grant legal status to young undocumented im…
WASHINGTON — Undocumented immigrant farmworkers, including those in the dairy industry, could have access to work visas and green cards through a new bipartisan bill introduced in the U.S. House of Representatives on Thursday.
It is unclear why exactly the pranks got so bad. Irish immigrants had carried over the Halloween tradition of pranking to the United States, but they had been pretty innocent. One of the most popular was to disassemble a neighbor’s front gate and reassemble it on top of a building. That one …