NEW JERSEY - Prosecutors in New Jersey say they are investigating the death of the owner of a store on the Atlantic City boardwalk who collapsed ...
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Dr. Fauci talks about vaccine passports Dr. Anthony Fauci joined FOX 11''s Elex Michaelson on The Issue Is to discuss vaccine passports and the possibility of a federal mandate.
WASHINGTON - The White House believes the United States is enduring a "gun violence public health epidemic," so President Joe Biden is taking executive action to address it.
Student loans can be a significant financial burden but come tax time, you can get a little money back in the form of a deduction from your gross income.
The National Retail Federation is predicting an increase in consumer spending of at least 6.5% in 2021 over last year. "I drove my daughter to the mall the other ...
The variant of COVID-19 discovered in the United Kingdom has become the most common linage in the United States, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
NEW JERSEY - New Jersey has expanded COVID-19 vaccine eligibility beginning Monday, April 5 to people ages 55 and older, as well as to people 16 and older if they have intellectual or developmental disabilities.
MATTITUCK, N.Y. - Weronika Jachimowicz describes herself as a creative person who doesn''t like to stand with the norm.
Police in Louisiana had to take away a loaded AK-47 from a young child in the back seat of a car as his father overdosed in the front seat.
NEW YORK - The driver of a box truck and a passenger were killed when the truck that was traveling eastbound on the Long Island Expressway struck an overpass Monday, said Nassau County Police.
New Jersey is accelerating its COVID-19 vaccine eligibility timeline by opening up vaccinations to anyone 16 or older on Monday, April 19, 2021, the governor announced on Monday.
NEW YORK - Many major airlines are in the process of phasing out "Peace of Mind" waivers which were instituted at the start of the pandemic and allowed flyers to change or cancel a flight with any fees.
NEW YORK - With every attack targeting New Yorkers of Asian descent, one''s fear for one''s safety in public grows. Such has been the case for ...
NEW YORK - New York City public schools will no longer temporarily close when there are two reported cases of coronavirus, announced Mayor Bill de Blasio Monday.