Chuck Schumer

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Activists say they're using Tea Party tactics to pressure the influential Democrat.

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New York voters reelected Schumer, who has served in the U.S. Senate since 1998.

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The plan for new tunnels under the Hudson River will become a "top priority," Sen. Schumer said.

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The Regional Plan Association praised Cuomo's plans but said infrastructure improvements are needed.

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The legislation would ban 22 chemicals, many of which are found in synthetic marijuana.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

Related Companies Chairman Stephen Ross originally estimated the sculpture would cost about $75 million.

West Village »

The West 13th St. park is expected to be completed by the end of 2018, the Hudson River Park Trust said.

Civic Center »

City agencies that get federal funding could see their budgets decided by who's in the White House.

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Darcel Clark was inaugurated as the borough’s district attorney on Saturday at Lehman College.

Financial District »

The funding for the Zadroga Act passed as part of a larger spending bill Friday.

Williamsburg »

A roundup of the stories that caught our attention on Monday, Aug. 3, 2015.

Civic Center »

De Blasio and Sen. Chuck Schumer rode the train to get Congress to pass a long-term transportation bill.

Civic Center »

Twitter user @darth was inspired to create a new sign to add to the MTA's courtesy campaign.

Red Hook »

The largest ever single FEMA grant will repair and fortify 33 NYCHA developments.

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Vanessa Fontaine will join Sen. Charles Schumer at the speech in support of Avonte's Law.