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College seniors are reporting trouble finding meaningful work in their chosen fields as well as expressing doubts about what happens after graduation.
About $13 billion in unclaimed funds has been turned over to the state comptroller’s office dating back to 1943.
On July 11, the 100th anniversary of the Yankees legend’s major league debut, there will be the largest auction of memorabilia from the “Bambino.”
Couples are seeking help from real live therapists, doing the session all on the Internet.
From happiness to sadness to anxiety and empathy CBS 2′s Maurice DuBois explored animals and emotion.
Outrage has erupted at a Mississippi KFC restaurant, after a 3-year-old girl and her grandmother said they were kicked out of because of how the girl looks.
The “7″ subway line is suspended this weekend between Times Square in Manhattan and 74th Street-Broadway in Queens.
Casinos are a jackpot of billions of dollars and thousands of jobs to begin with. And for the Catskills, a chance to reclaim the glory days of the old lavish resort hotels.
Realtor Brian Phillips said in a city known for extravagant rents, affordable rooms in convents are one of the real estate industry’s best kept secrets.
A new way to farm claims to be healthier than organic food, and tastier too.
Sunday’s bike tour will mean it will be tough for people to get around the city on four wheels.
Luxurious kitchens, swimming pools, and even gyms are being added to bunkers built just in case of an emergency.
Swedish furniture giant Ikea has issued a major recall on children’s bed canopies, because of a strangulation hazard.
It was a rushed evacuation of the Pets Alive Animal Sanctuary on South Warehouse Lane in Elmsford, forcing the owners to find homes for the 80 dogs and 80 cats all in one day.