For years, many hospitals throughout New York state lost money on maternity care. The costs of providing an increasingly high-tech service prompted some health systems to consolidate or close their... To view the full story, click the title link.
The long-overdue agreement between New York state and the federal government on an $8 billion Medicaid waiver is welcome news indeed for New York's health care system. While much of the debate has... To view the full story, click the title link.
Before we go any further, let me state for the record, on March 8, that I am not declaring that I think the New York Yankees will be world champions in 2014. Not yet, anyway. But it's never too early to start examining the possibilities. Last...Show More Summary
Chances are high that if you've eaten ramen in New York City, your noodles came just across state lines from New Jersey's Sun Noodle. The company creates a special rye noodle for ramen maestro Ivan Orkin, and Keizo Shimamoto uses their product for his Ramen Burger; they're also fixtures at Smorgasburg. [ more › ]
Julian Onderdonk in New York: The Lost Years, the Lost Paintings is an exhibition based on a book of the same name by James Graham Baker published by the Texas State Historical Association (TSHA). Dr. Ron Tyler is the curator of the exhibition. Show More Summary
Federal Reserve officials have long praised the value of anecdotal information as they weigh the state of the economy. Over the last few years, New York Fed President William Dudley has taken notion to heart.
Conflicts involving protest signs and zoning rules seem to be a growing genre of First Amendment battles. In the latest example, a small town in western New York and a resident are clashing over his banner protesting the state's new gun law.
(New York Times): "Trying to revive his prospects, Rubio pushes strength abroad" (The Nation): "Bernie Sanders: 'I'm prepared to run for President of the United States" (Public Policy Polling): "McCain least popular senator in country"(Real Clear Politics): "Illinois governor's race showcases union fears" (Wall Street Journal): "New York Gov. Show More Summary
NEW YORK/MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - The company at the center of an alleged fraud that forced Citigroup Inc to cut its 2013 profit won billions of dollars in contracts from Mexico's state oil monopoly over the past decade, even after Mexican officials and...
The Empire State can be a great place, Hizzo, but not if you’re the standard for success.
To be the opposite of Patch or not to be the opposite of Patch… That is the question facing all hyperlocal online networks. HamletHub, winner of Connecticut Press Awards in both 2012 and 2013, is expanding into New York state. Today,...Show More Summary
Need for Full-Day Kindergarten Is Lost in Pre-K Debate, Critics Say NYT: Melanie Hartzog, executive director of the Children’s Defense Fund in New York, said most states require public schools to offer kindergarten, and several of them,...Show More Summary
New York is one of at least 26 states rolling out managed long-term-care programs under Medicaid, but the widely praised version in Tennessee has had problems.
Jessica Beym | South Jersey Times A former attorney in the Haddonfield office of a firm specializing in toxic tort litigation today admitted that he falsified defendants’ names in more than 100 asbestos suits filed in New York State courts in order to increase business and his standing in the firm, according to U.S. Attorney Paul J. Fishman. Full Story.
The owner of a number of carwash businesses in New York City has been ordered to pay millions of dollars to his employees after reaching a settlement with New York State Attorney General over massive labor violations. [ more › ]
Shoppers purchasing New York apples in March are helping fund cancer research.
A lot of New York State’s greatness is due to the fact that our greatest city is New York City.
The states that border the Hudson River estuary have a long tradition of strong-willed leaders. In New York, the names read LaGuardia, Rockefeller, Koch, D’Amato and Giuliani; in New Jersey, we start with Abraham Lincoln’s nemesis, George B. McClellan, who went on to become that state’s governor, and include Peter Rodino and the current resident […]
CNN anchor and New York Daily News columnist S.E. Cupp was cursed with bad timing this week as she launched attacks on Hillary Clinton's time as secretary of state. Pointing to current events surrounding Russia's invasion of Ukraine,...Show More Summary
Last August, New York state Attorney General Eric Schneiderman sued Donald Trump, allegedly that his Trump University real estate school was a fraudulent get-rich-quick scheme that charged seminar attendees thousands of dollars for useless training. Show More Summary