New York To Require Booster Shots For Health Care Workers
New York is joining a handful of states in requiring health care workers to get a COVID-19 booster shot.
Bet On It: NY Mobile Sports Gambling To Go Live This Weekend
Mobile sports betting is coming to New York.
How Will Pandemic End? Omicron Clouds Forecasts for Endgame
How does the COVID-19 pandemic end and the world coexist with this virus?
New York Jury Holds Drug Firm Teva Liable In Opioid Crisis
New York's attorney general says a jury has held Teva Pharmaceuticals responsible for contributing to the opioid crisis by delivering a verdict in a sweeping lawsuit filed by the state.
US Officials Recommend Shorter COVID Isolation, Quarantine
U.S. officials are cutting isolation restrictions for asymptomatic Americans who test positive for coronavirus and shortening the time others have to quarantine.
Despite Supply Issues and Omicron, Holiday Sales Rise 8.5%
Holiday sales rose at the fastest pace in 17 years, even as shoppers grappled with higher prices, product shortages and a raging new COVID-19 variant.
Cuomo Won’t Be Charged For Touching Trooper At Racetrack
NEW YORK (AP) — A prosecutor says former New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo won’t face criminal charges after a female state trooper said she felt “completely violated” by his unwanted touching at an event at a Long Island racetrack in September 2019. Acting Nassau County ...
To Grandmother’s House or No? Omicron Disrupts Holiday Plans
For the second year in a row, the ever-morphing coronavirus presents would-be holiday revelers with difficult choices.
Omicron Less Likely to Put You in the Hospital, Studies Say
New studies released Wednesday seem to bolster earlier research that suggests omicron may not be as harmful as the delta variant.
OJ Simpson A ‘Completely Free Man'; Parole Ends in Nevada
O. J. Simpson, the 74-year-old former football hero and actor, acquitted California murder defendant, and convicted Las Vegas armed robber, was discharged from parole effective Dec. 1, 2021.