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Trump used Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s words to defend himself. She responded by saying she’d call his ‘bluff’ on impeachment.
"Mr. President, you're from Queens. You may fool the rest of the country, but I'll call your bluff any day of the week," Ocasio-Cortez tweeted at Trump.
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez poured drinks and waited tables at a Queens restaurant to promote a minimum wage law
Ocasio-Cortez is trying to build support for the federal Raise the Wage Act and New York State's One Fair Wage.
A new bill is proposing fines of anywhere from $25 to $250 for texting while crossing the street in New York City
If the threat of being hit by a speeding vehicle wasn't enough to deter you from texting while crossing the street, perhaps a small fine will.
A paper published in the Lancet Infectious Diseases identifies Cook County, Illinois, as the most at risk, followed by Los Angeles County.
Debris from an elevated New York City subway track fell and shattered a car windshield — and it’s the second terrifying incident in less t...
In February, a piece of metal pierced an Uber driver's windshield under the same subway line in Queens.
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is not against wooing Amazon back to New York, but she says the firm must listen to locals
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez said she understood Gov. Andrew Cuomo's efforts to re-engage Amazon.
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio slams Amazon and local politicians for ‘pulling out in the dead of night’ from Long Island City HQ2 dea...
The mayor also expressed "a lot of frustration" with local politicians who opposed the deal.
A Jeff Bezos letter from 1997 about ‘reversible decisions’ sheds some light on the shock Amazon HQ2 U-turn
In his 1997 letter to shareholders, Bezos said most decisions were reversible.
Some New Yorkers worried that Amazon HQ2 would bring overcrowding to its subways and schools.
Bernie Sanders congratulates New York for ‘standing up’ to Amazon after tech giant cancels plan for new headquarters in Queens
"Our job is to end the race to the bottom where taxpayers in one city or state are forced to bid against each other for desperately needed jobs."