An Interior Department official misused his position to get his son-in-law hired at the Environmental Protection Agency, according to a government investigation released Friday.
NEW YORK, NY – Congresswoman Carolyn B. Maloney (D-NY), sponsor of H.R.943, the Never Again Education Act, released the following statement after the legislation was signed into law today. The Never Again Education Act supports Holocaust education across the country by bolstering the already expansive educational resources at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum (USHMM).
Tensions escalated Friday between Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and congressional Democrats, as lawmakers requested formal interviews with one former and six current senior State Department officials, and Pompeo accused Sen. Robert Menendez (D-N.J.) of “hackery” and “character assassination.”
Senior House Democrats are demanding more information on what they say is a bad deal for U.S. taxpayers struck by President Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin involving ventilators.
Democratic lawmakers on Friday announced they will seek interviews with “key officials” as part of an expanded investigation into President Donald Trump’s decision to fire State Department Inspector General Steve Linick.
ALBANY — New York lawmakers passed legislation late Thursday ensuring families of public employees who die of coronavirus while working on the front lines of the pandemic will receive “line-of-duty” death benefits.
The murder of George Floyd is sickening and gut-wrenching. His life was stolen by an officer whose duty was supposed to be to serve and protect, not to brutalize and kill. I am relieved to see that this officer was finally arrested and charged today, but so much more must be done to stop our nation’s vicious cycle of police brutality.
NEW YORK, NY- Today, Congresswoman B. Maloney (NY-12) announced two new initiatives to promote American manufacturing, save jobs here at home, and save lives.
WASHINGTON — If we can have terrorism insurance, why not protection for pandemics?
That's the aim of a new bill offered Tuesday by Rep. Carolyn Maloney (D-N.Y.), modeled on similar legislation passed after the 9/11 terror attacks to jumpstart a construction industry that couldn't get coverage for new projects.