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NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — The New York City Department of Health & Mental Hygiene is asking the Food and Drug Administration to change its policy on accepting blood donations from men who engage in sexual activity with other men.
A patchwork of weeds, rusted refineries, dilapidated warehouses and pollution-soaked land along the East River in the Williamsburg section of Brooklyn has long held the unfulfilled dream of local residents.
This weekend we celebrate Small Business Saturday, an annual event following Black Friday, when shoppers are encouraged to support their communities by shopping local, incentivized by small businesses across the country offering special promotions.
We may soon get an exciting addition to the 19 Smithsonian museums in Washington, DC: An eight-member Congressional panel has laid forth a plan for the American Museum of Women’s History, which would spotlight women's cont
A week after the highest of all glass ceilings proved indestructible, a congressional panel finds the country needs a national museum dedicated to showcasing the contributions and experiences of American women.
A triumphant U.S. Rep Carolyn Maloney (D-Astoria), joined by community advocates, neighborhood business owners, transit advocates and elected officials proclaimed Tuesday that the long-awaited Second Avenue subway is about to become a reality.
Diwali came early this year in the United States.
On Oct.5, three weeks before the Hindu festival of lights, the U.S. Postal Service released a Diwali Forever stamp to commemorate the holiday.
Sept. 30 — Rep. Carolyn B. Maloney (D-N.Y.) urged Wells Fargo Chairman and Chief Executive John Stumpf to “formally extend” Wells Fargo’s review of problem accounts back to 2007 at least, saying a lawsuit by bank employees shows that “abusive and illegal practices under investigation may date back to that time.”
Wells Fargo CEO John Stumpf’s phony accounts problem just got worse.