New York

New York on Thursday allocated $250 million from its 2023 state budget to reduce or eliminate electric and gas utility debts for low-income residents.
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The New York Senate on Tuesday passed a bill making it illegal for a company to ask applicants for their age, date of birth or date of graduation.
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AARP New York delivered more than 2,200 prescription drug bottles to state officials urging them to lower prescription drug prices.
AARP New York is joining the Public Utility Law Project in calling on state lawmakers to act in an upcoming budget resolution to avoid a widespread utility shutoff.
New York on Thursday became the latest state to expand retirement savings options for workers. Gov. Kathy Hochul signed an AARP-supported bill requiring a business with 10 or more workers to enroll those employees in a state-backed savings plan if it doesn’t already offer a private retirement plan.
More working New Yorkers will have an easy and effective way to save for their future thanks to the state’s newly-enacted Secure Choice Savings Plan.
Woman Running in Marathon - Josie Castrodad
Hoy les quiero contar cómo me convertí en maratonista. Nunca antes había sido corredora formal o atleta de alto rendimiento, como les dicen. Pero sí, a mis 40 años logré con relativo éxito llegar a la meta del maratón de Nueva York, el pasado 2 de noviembre. Así celebré el comienzo de una nueva…
Marsha Callender Attends a 25th Anniversary Playboy Bunny Reunio
By Susanna Speier
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The 1964 New York World's Fair, which opened on April 22, 1964, and ran for two six-month seasons, was a sprawling showcase of mid-century American culture and technology. Although nearly 52 million people attended the fair, it was a huge financial flop, returning only 19 cents on the dollar to…
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"Are you sure?" I asked my uncle. I looked around the basement and waited for the catch.
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