The Food and Drug Administration has expanded the list of hand sanitizers — some sold at Walmart, Costco and other national chains — being recalled to at least 75 recently, saying toxic levels of wood alcohol in them can cause injury or death.
The US State Department announced Tuesday that two Chinese hackers were being charged with attempting to steal American coronavirus information.
A new state law enables homeowners with non-government loans who’ve been affected by the coronavirus to get a yearlong mortgage forbearance.
A Lubavitcher Yungerman in Crown Heights has created a blog focused on financial assistance available for the COVID-19 pandemic. The website covers the basic stimulus benefits and opportunities, and features articles and instructions on how to maneuver through the bureaucratic process.
Russian hackers have attempted to steal information on efforts to develop a coronavirus vaccine in the United States, Canada and the United Kingdom, British officials said Thursday.
It’s the woke thing to do. New York State legislator L. Rosenthal has submitted a bill to the New York State Senate that would take away guns from some law enforcement agencies.
A wave of tweets in what appears to be a massive hacking swept through Twitter on Wednesday and used to solicit bitcoin donations. More than half a dozen high-profile accounts were hacked, including the account of US presidential candidate Joe Biden.
New York State has launched a COVID Rent Relief Program that will provide eligible households with a one-time rental subsidy that will be sent directly to the household’s landlord. Applicants will not need to repay this assistance.
Wednesday, July 15th will be the last day to file your taxes without a fine, unless you put in for an extension. If you have not yet filed your taxes, make sure to let your accountant know to file for an extension, or do so yourself.
While the mortality rate from COVID-19 is far lower than initially projected, the disease can leave people with a bevy of health problems of unknown duration. Now, we can add heart damage to the list of common post-COVID complications, according to a new study.
Missouri Governor Mike Parson on Monday signed into law a bill prohibiting the state from contracting with companies that boycott Israel. The Missouri House of Representatives passed the measure by a majority of 95-40 in May. The state Senate passed it, 28-1, on April 30.
New York State governor Andrew Cuomo has announced guidelines for the reopening of schools this September. Names ofwhich areas will reopen are expected on August 1st.
Overnight camps that found their ingenuity and used loopholes to open in New York State this summer are now in trouble, as the State institutes new regulations to shut them down.
Autopsies found blood clots in “almost every organ” of coronavirus victims, according to a top New York City pathologist, who called the results “dramatic.”
A tropical storm could form and bring heavy rains, winds and even a small chance of tornadoes to the New York and the Northeast beginning Friday, according to a report.
The White House has officially withdrawn the United States from the World Health Organization (WHO), a senior administration official confirmed Tuesday, breaking ties with a global public health body in the middle of the coronavirus pandemic.
Touted by Trump and vilified by the media, Hydroxychloroquine has had a rough ride, but appears to be coming out on top. While there is still much study needed before conclusive evidence of the effects are made, there appears to be mounting proof that the drug is indeed a lifesaver.