Andrew Cuomo

Radioactive Water Seeps into Groundwater underneath Indian Point N.Y. Nuclear Plant

Radioactive Water Seeps into Groundwater underneath Indian Point N.Y. Nuclear PlantOn Friday, the officials of Indian Point in Buchanan reported a leak at the facility which contaminated the groundwater underneath the facility, with highly radioactive tritium.

Gov. Andrew Cuomo has called for an investigation. However, the nuclear regulators say that the health of the public is not at risk.

Talks Continue Between Unions and the and Long Island Rail Road as Threat of Strike Loom Large

Talks Continue Between Unions and the and Long Island Rail Road as Threat of Strike Loom LargeOn Thursday main negotiator for unions at the largest commuter railroad of the country was ready for another round of talks, the second one in the row, after pledging to keep work out a deal to prevent a strike during the weekend.

New York promotes 'texting zones' to stop motorists from texting while driving

New York promotes 'texting zones' to stop motorists from texting while driving In a move which promotes `texting zones' in New York, Governor Andrew Cuomo announced some new measures on Monday to give the drivers `text stops' while driving on the state highways.

School Budget Given Green Signal

School Budget Given Green SignalPolitics is a dirty game where everyone wants to win and nobody wishes to lose.

Attorney General starts an insurance fraud investigation

Attorney General starts an insurance fraud investigationAttorney General has said that he has started the process of an investigation to look into an insurance fraud. The same is said to have been done in the cases when the insurance claims are paid once the policyholders die.

UnitedHealth Group's Database of Medical Prices Declared Flawed, New Group to be Developed

UnitedHealth Group's Database of Medical Prices Declared Flawed, New Group to be

In a recent announcement by Andrew Cuomo, New York's Attorney General, he expressed the need for a new database of medical prices. Calling the current version maintained by the UnitedHealth Group "flawed", he urged FAIR Health Inc., a new not-for-profit company, and a group of New York Universities to join hands and develop and maintain a new national database.