The New York Department of Motor Vehicles is launching a pilot program to offer an online version of the written learner’s permit tests for cars and motorcycles. It is also piloting a program allowing customers in several locations to register their vehicles online.
Jewish US Supreme Court Judge Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg passed away Friday night, the first night of Rosh Hashanah at her home in Washington DC. She was 87 years old.
The United States on Friday ordered a ban on downloads of popular Chinese-owned video app TikTok and use of the messaging and payment platform WeChat, saying they threaten national security.
A slow-moving Hurricane Sally made landfall early Wednesday near Gulf Shores, Alabama, as a Category 2 storm packing winds of 105 mph, according to the National Hurricane Center, which warned of “life-threatening” flooding.
Take a look at the exact accord signed today at the White House between the United States, Israel, The United Arab Emirates, and the Kingdom of Bahrain.
Gov. Tom Wolf’s pandemic restrictions that required people to stay at home, placed size limits on gatherings and ordered “non-life-sustaining” businesses to shut down are unconstitutional, a federal judge ruled Monday.
Watch Live as the historic Abraham Accords are signed between the Israel, the United Arab Emirates and The Kingdom of Bahrain. US President Donald Trump and Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu met at the White House Tuesday ahead of the signing, while the foreign ministers of the UAE and Bahrain arrived shortly before Netanyahu to meet with President Trump.
A tropical storm is strengthening off the western coast of Florida, and could become a hurricane in the next few days as it moves over the warm waters of the Gulf of Mexico, the National Hurricane Center said Saturday.
After being criticized for foot-dragging, the Cuomo administration announced Thursday that next week it will begin distributing the expanded $300 weekly unemployment insurance benefits to up to 2.4 million jobless New Yorkers.
Century 21 Stores, an iconic New York off-price department store chain, filed for bankruptcy with plans to shut down, becoming the latest victim of the retail industry carnage that’s accelerated during the pandemic.
Britain’s government is banning gatherings of more than six people in England, as officials try to keep a lid on daily new coronavirus infections after a sharp spike across the UK that has been largely blamed on party-going young adults disregarding social distancing rules.
A magnitude-3.1 earthquake was reported at approximately 2:00am Wednesday morning, shaking the state in the rare event.
President Donald Trump was nominated for the 2021 Nobel Peace Prize on Wednesday, following his historic Israel-UAE peace efforts.
AstraZeneca has paused a late-stage trial of one of the leading COVID-19 vaccine candidates after a suspected serious adverse reaction in a study participant.
The Rochester Police Department’s “entire command staff” announced their retirement on Tuesday, the mayor there said, amid raging protests over the death of Daniel Prude, the black man who was killed while being subdued by city cops while he suffered an apparent breakdown.
Wildfires have burned a record 2 million acres in California this year, and the danger for more destruction is so high the U.S. Forest Service announced Monday it was closing all eight national forests in the southern half of the state.
Two men from the far-right Boogaloo movement allegedly tried to supply weapons to undercover agents — who they believed were Hamas terrorists — to raise money for their own anti-government cause in the states.