Bars and restaurants no longer have to close at midnight across New York as the state’s indoor dining curfew ends Monday.
Two people were killed and 20 to 25 people were injured in a shooting outside a banquet hall in South Florida, police said Sunday.
The U.S. Postal Service said on Friday it plans to raise the price of a first-class postage stamp to 58 cents, from 55 cents, to offset falling revenues as volumes drop.
Employers are allowed under federal law to require workers to get a COVID-19 vaccine before they can physically return to the workplace, according to updated guidance issued by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission Friday.
Senate Democrats were unable to garner enough GOP support to pass legislation to establish an independent, “9/11-style” commission to investigate the Jan. 6 siege on the Capitol, with just six Republicans voting in favor of the measure Friday.
Syrian President Bashar Al-Assad has been re-elected in a landslide, officials said Thursday, according to The Associated Press.
If South Florida is suddenly feeling like New York’s sixth borough, you’re actually onto something. This is a 32% increase from the same period between 2019 to 2020.
Most people who recover from COVID-19 could have immunity that lasts at least a year or even longer — and may not need a booster shot after being vaccinated, as pair of new studies suggest.
Facebook will no longer remove posts on its platform asserting COVID-19 was man-made, a new report said, as President Biden on Wednesday ordered US intelligence agencies to investigate if the virus came from a Chinese lab.
A gunman opened fire at a train yard close to San Jose’s airport Wednesday morning — leaving “multiple people” dead or injured, including the shooter, officials said.
Members of a powerful congressional committee are calling for additional rounds of economic relief from the federal government for families still struggling during the coronavirus pandemic.
For Naftali Schwartz, transitioning from veteran teacher to Director of Camp Hikon was a natural next step. The outcome of that transition and blending is Camp Hikon, a Camp for All Yeshiva Boys.
The US Department of State has announced that US citizens overseas can now return home on an expired US passport due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
It’s as many suspected. A new report from Project Veritas has revealed leaked documents allegedly showing an information suppression program within Facebook.
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis signed a bill on Monday that would allow individuals to sue social media platforms if they are “unfairly censored,” and penalize Big Tech companies that de-platform political candidates in the state.
Three researchers at a Chinese lab that has been scrutinized as the possible origin point of the coronavirus pandemic went to the hospital due to an illness in November 2019, according to a new report.
There is a small window of opportunity to still apply for PPP. The deadline to get your application submitted to the SBA is 05/31, however, funds may run out any moment.