New York

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With less than three weeks before elections, Hillary Clinton is even further ahead of Donald Trump in New York State, and that could affect down ballot races, including seats for the state Senate.  

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Pipeline companies are not having a lot of success in New York so far in 2016. Opponents say they are dirty and continue New York’s over-reliance on fossil fuels; two projects have already been cancelled. A pipeline company representative says the projects are not as harmful as opponents say, and they’re essential for the state’s current electric needs.

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At first impression Maria Vullo is guarded, and a bit camera shy. But when she talks about her legal work, going back decades, you can feel her conviction.

“When I went after a domestic terrorist in the Planned Parenthood case, no one would say I wasn’t tough.”

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New York’s Department of Financial Services blasted New York State Comptroller Tom DiNapoli’s office, saying it’s wasted almost $4 billion in fees to hedge funds.

Gillibrand Introduces Bill To Educate On Women's Suffrage

Oct 13, 2016
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U.S. Senator Kirsten Gillibrand, D-N.Y., wants to acknowledge the role New York and Long Island played in the women’s suffrage movement. She has introduced a bill in the Senate to honor the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment, which gave women the right to vote.