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  • Who would do best against Hillary Clinton?

    Who would do best against Hillary Clinton?
    Though the next election is three years away, Republicans are gathering this weekend to mull their presidential chances. One poll finds that Chris Christie, governor of New Jersey, would be in the best position to compete against potential Democratic...
  • Feds have much to do before insurance marketplace is ready

    Feds have much to do before insurance marketplace is ready
    Some call it an "exchange." The federal government prefers the term "marketplace." But whatever you call it, an online site for people to shop for health insurance under the Affordable Care Act is scheduled to be up and running Oct. 1. Like a bargain...
  • N.Y. Governor Wants Insurers To Explain Cyber Safeguards

    New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo is demanding that insurance companies provide an explanation of how policyholders' health, personal and financial records are safeguarded against cyber attacks. Insurance regulators in New York sent inquiries to 31 of the...
  • CT Film Festival and the Bruce Museum Screens Anti-Fracking Concert Doc on May 22

    The Bruce Museum in Greenwich is screening the Connecticut premiere of the issue-laden documentary Dear Governor Cuomo. The film covers a celebrity-studded protest concert held at the Egg Empire State Plaza in Albany on May 15, 2012, which followed a...
  • New York City Imposes "Odd, Even" Gas Rationing To Cope With Long Lines At The Pump

    New York City Imposes "Odd, Even" Gas Rationing To Cope With Long Lines At The Pump
    Friday was a good day to be odd as fuel-thirsty New York City motorists took to the pumps in the first day of "odd, even" gas rationing, an unwelcome throwback to the gas restrictions from the 1970s. Anecdotal reports suggested gas lines moved more...
  • Lack of Planning, Confusion By Officials Added To Gas Crisis: Expert

    Lack of Planning, Confusion By Officials Added To Gas Crisis: Expert
    In the aftermath of Sandy flashbacks to the national gas crisis of the seventies are everywhere. There appears to be no end to endless fuel lines.  It also gets more concerning when one sees the line that a PIX11 News crew captured off Bay Boulevard near...
  • Local crews assist with Superstorm Sandy recovery, relief efforts

    Local crews assist with Superstorm Sandy recovery, relief efforts
    With the Eastern Seaboard struggling to recover from the effects of Superstorm Sandy — a recent winter storm that only added to the region’s woes — teams of volunteers from the tri-city area continue to assist with relief efforts there....
  • Con Ed CEO "Very Sorry" About Ongoing Outages, But Still Wants To Raise Rates

    Con Ed CEO "Very Sorry" About Ongoing Outages, But Still Wants To Raise Rates
    Just a day after New York Governor Andrew Cuomo blasted LIPA and National Grid during a press conference, Con Edison CEO Kevin Burke says he is “sorry” but still plans on applying for rate hikes. "We've been investing in our system and part...
  • NJ Gas Rationing Ends Tuesday; Gov. Cuomo To Ask FEMA For $30 Bil.

    NJ Gas Rationing Ends Tuesday; Gov. Cuomo To Ask FEMA For $30 Bil.
    As the Tri-State Area continues its shaky recovery from the damage wreaked by Sandy, signs of recovery are offset by reminders of the extent of damage caused by the super storm. New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie announced that gas rationing will end at 6 a....
  • Brooklyn-Battery Tunnel Partially Open; LIRR Restored To Long Beach

    Brooklyn-Battery Tunnel Partially Open; LIRR Restored To Long Beach
    Closed since it filled with water during superstorm Sandy, The Hugh L. Carey Brooklyn-Battery Tunnel finally opened to general traffic Tuesday afternoon. The tunnel, which allows an average of 49,500 cars to drive from the southern tip of Manhattan to...
  • LIPA Chief Operating Officer To Resign

    LIPA Chief Operating Officer To Resign
    The Long Island Power Authority announced Tuesday that its Chief Operating Officer Mike Hervey will resign at the end of the year. With thousands of Long Island residents still without power two weeks after Hurricane Sandy, LIPA has been blasted recently...
  • Long Island Gas Rationing Ends Friday; Queens-Midtown Tunnel To Open

    Long Island Gas Rationing Ends Friday; Queens-Midtown Tunnel To Open
    Odd-even gas rationing has served its purpose, according to Nassau and Suffolk County executives, and will end at midnight Friday. While gas supplies have grown substantially thanks to out-of-state deliveries and repairs to the infrastructure, they aren'...