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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.
It's a stain on the military that has shown no signs of fading since 1991's infamous Tailhook scandal. Gillibrand and most
The Pentagon itself estimates that more than 26,000 incidents of sexual assault actually occurred in 2012, not the 3,374 officially reported. So what happens next?
Voters this year will choose United States senators who will face tough policy choices regardless of who wins the White House
It's not clear that linking Gillibrand's support of reproductive rights to the sacrifices of military members will help Long
You already know the women to watch in politics-Nancy, Hillary, Sarah, and the others who make news by tweeting a thought
The measure, the Gender Equality in Combat Act drawn up by Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (D-N.Y.), would order the Department of
Turner faces a significant obstacle in his path to the Senate, with the state's Conservative Party lining up behind Long
Power and ambition are still not considered ladylike terms. Rather than despair over the image of Lady Macbeth and her murderous power play, I went to New York City last week for The WIE Symposium, where I had the opportunity to speak with House Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi and Senator Kirsten Gillibrand. I asked them both about how we can change the largely negative connotations our culture has surrounding women, power and ambition.
Senator Gillibrand said, "I think it's irresponsible, and I think he lacked judgement, and I think he should come and begin
When dictators understand the power of social and mobile, they move toward controlling it or shutting it down. There was hearty agreement that access to the Internet should be an "international right."
WASHINGTON -- Sen. Sherrod Brown (D-Ohio) expressed frustration with the duration of the U.S. presence in Afghanistan in
If there is one thing the new Congress and President Obama ought to agree on, it's that gun violence victims deserve their support, their leadership, and their determination.
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.
Marc Mukasey, the son of Bush administration Attorney General Michael Mukasey, is mulling mounting a challenge to Democratic
If I were consulting Carolyn Maloney, I would advise her to say exactly how she is a better Obama supporter than her opponent.