Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand recently sat down with Salon to discuss why Congress is having trouble relating to citizens. One reason: representatives are not supporting her new bill.
In her new book, "Off The Sidelines," Gillibrand shares several anecdotes about male colleagues and political leaders making
Gillibrand said an older senator once grabbed her waist from behind and said, "Don't lose too much weight now. I like my
Here's a useful graphic from The Nature Conservancy showing the sources of nitrogen pollution in various parts of the East End of Long Island, from a report entitled Nitrogen Load Modeling -- The Peconic Estuary, New York.
In today's bitterly divided U.S. Senate, there are at least two lawmakers on opposite ends of the ideological spectrum who have found a way to work together.
Arthur Delaney contributed reporting. With little public fanfare this week, Sens. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) and Kirsten Gillibrand
The measure seeks to both expand voter registration, a goal of voting-rights activists, and ensure "integrity," which authors
The measure, the Gender Equality in Combat Act drawn up by Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (D-N.Y.), would order the Department of
The Senate version of the Stop Trading on Congressional Knowledge (STOCK) Act would subject any member of Congress who violates
Rep. Ben Quayle (R-Ariz.) received several days of embarrassing press after Politico reported that he was a regular contributor
WASHINGTON -- Google will join thousands of tech activists, entrepreneurs and corporations on Wednesday in protesting the
WASHINGTON - Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (D-N.Y.) choked up on the Senate floor Monday as she made an impassioned plea for passing
Paladino has indeed received his share of bad press for statements that seem to indicate a candidate who is reluctant to
This country is at a crisis point that demands the president address the nation and confront the issues. From what has happened in the last month, you might think we were back in 1978.
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid gave some awkwardly timed and very forward admiration to Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (D-N.Y
She's the Rodney Dangerfield of New York politics. More than a year after she was named to replace Hillary Clinton, New York's junior senator is still getting no respect. Nevertheless, Gillibrand looks like a winner.
Nevertheless, Gillibrand's own campaign team appears aware of the political realities facing the senator: "She is weak, but
New York's senators are backing a push to haul the public option out of the morgue and put it back on the table for health
Let us put this in a way even Harry Reid can understand, shall we? Freshman Senator Michael Bennet from the great state of