Tehran on Thursday reported an “accident” at Natanz nuclear complex in central Iran, saying there were no casualties or radioactive pollution.
Mayor Bill De Blasio has announced that schools will be opening in September, with extra percautions.
Russian voters on Wednesday approved changes to the constitution that will allow President Vladimir Putin to potentially hold power until 2036.
Travelers from the US are banned from entering the European Union for at least another two weeks following a spike in coronavirus cases in some reopened states, European officials announced Tuesday.
The US sanctions, together with the coronavirus outbreak, have caused Iran’s economy to tank, with Iran’s profits for this year being just $2 billion – thirty times less than during the period before the US sanctions were implemented.
An interesting scene unfolded on the side of a Staten Island Highway Sunday evening, as plainclothes officers and New York City Sheriffs made a traffic stop and fireworks bust.
Coronavirus symptoms can persist for months after patients have ‘recovered’ from the disease, according to a preliminary study published by the Pulmonary Institute at Shaare Zedek Medical Center Sunday morning.
The Democratic-controlled House approved a bill Friday to make the District of Columbia the 51st state. Lawmakers approved the bill, 232-180, largely along party lines, marking the first time a chamber of Congress has passed a D.C. statehood bill.
During the height of the pandemic, Bring It Home offered a hands-on, all inclusive Judaic curriculum geared for 3-5 year olds. Bring It Home sent out weekly packages with daily lesson plans and activities for Parsha, Yahadus, and Alef-Bais. The founders are experienced educators, who wanted to share their tried and true techniques with the public during this crisis.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo said Wednesday that the states of New York, New Jersey and Connecticut are imposing a 14-day quarantine on travelers from some states with high coronavirus infection rates.
Authorities in the United Kingdom have identified the suspect arrested in connection with Saturday’s stabbing attack at a park following a Black Lives Matter protest.
The deadline for requesting an absentee ballot to vote by mail is today, Tuesday June 16th, 2020. Complete instructions for requesting and filling the ballot in extended article.
Cell phone users, particularly T-Mobile customers, are experiencing outages along the southeastern part of the United States as well as the New York area Monday.
Florida reported two consecutive days of more than 2,000 new daily cases of the coronavirus as the Sunshine State reopened additional beaches during the pandemic, according to a report.
During these increasingly stressful times of COVID-19, stress levels are high and the future for many is uncertain. With our children at home, we have been presented with an extraordinary opportunity to enhance our relationships with our children. Rabbi Levi Milecki shares five essential tools for helping their children feel safe and connected.
New York State Department Of Health Commissioner Howard Zucker has announced that overnight summer camps will not be allowed this summer in New York State.
Starbucks is pivoting hundreds of North American stores away from the café model it helped make ubiquitous and will expand its pickup-only and to-go business.