Did you know that there was a bus driver shortage? Not exclusive to the Jewish community, Governor Hochul has enacted a series of steps to facilitate the recruitment of school bus drivers.
Ford is paving the way for electric police fleets in America. As part of its more than $30 billion investment in electrification through 2025, Ford is exploring all-electric, purpose-built law enforcement vehicles.
The UN General Assembly’s annual meeting is set to begin Sunday, bringing with it lots of traffic to Midtown and on Manhattan’s East Side this week. Here is a list of official street closures.
A Food and Drug Administration advisory panel voted against green-lighting COVID-19 booster shots Friday — throwing up a major hurdle for President Biden’s plan to dole out a third dose to most Americans.
New Yorkers will be able to avoid jail time for most nonviolent parole violations under a new law signed Friday by Gov. Kathy Hochul.
Governor Kathy Hochul today announced that all New Yorkers enrolled in the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, or SNAP, will receive the maximum allowable level of food benefits for September.
Governor Kathy Hochul today announced a series of universal mask requirements designed to protect New Yorkers against the highly contagious Delta variant and the recent surge in COVID-19 infections statewide.
Apple on Monday released security updates for its iPhones, iPads, Apple Watches and Mac computers that close a vulnerability reportedly exploited by invasive spyware built by NSO Group, an Israeli security company.
New Jersey plans to divest investments in the parent company of Ben & Jerry’s, Unilever, after an internal investigation found the ice cream company sought to boycott Israel, the state Division of Investment said on Tuesday, according to The New Jersey Globe.
Democratic California Gov. Gavin Newsom appeared on track Tuesday to avoid becoming the state’s second chief executive in fewer than 20 years to be removed from office by the voters in the middle of his term.
A federal judge has temporarily blocked the state of New York from forcing medical workers to be vaccinated after a group of health care workers sued, saying their Constitutional rights were violated.
A top official at the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) announced on Monday that she would be leaving the department at the end of this month, according to a report.
Iran has made significant strides towards achieving the capacity to manufacture nuclear weapons, according to recent reports by the International Atomic Energy Agency.
The FBI on Saturday — the 20th anniversary of the Sept. 11 terror attacks — released a newly declassified document detailing assistance given to two of the Saudi hijackers.
Four people have been arrested and accused of stealing the identities of victims in the South Florida condominium collapse that killed 98 people, officials said on Friday, according to The Associated Press.
As we reach the 20th anniversary of the September 11th attack on the World Trade Center in New York City, CrownHeights.info presents a series of photos, memoirs, and documents from that fateful day.
A US airstrike in Kabul against a supposed Islamic State bomber actually killed an innocent man who worked for a US aid group and his family, according to newly published testimony and footage — raising the specter that the Pentagon lied to the public about the strike.