PS 87 has banned Rainbow Loom, the colorful make-them-yourself rubber band bracelets, because the fad is distracting and has led to fights on the playground, the principal said.
Across the country, teachers have turned the education process upside-down, in a new teaching trend where lessons are taught at home and students complete their homework at school.
An intense search continued Saturday for Avonte Oquendo, the missing autistic boy from Queens who vanished from his school more than a week earlier.
Good news travels fast. Shortly after Paul McCartney tweeted that he would be playing a surprise concert in Times Square, crowds gathered to hear the Beatles legend perform.
As elusive street artist Banksy continues his month-long “residency” in New York, devoted fans are watching every day to find out where his latest work might turn up.
New details were released Sunday about two anti-terror operations overseas – one in Libya, the other in Somalia.
In this edition of Furry Friend Finder, CBS 2′s Andrea Grymes Cindy Hsu introduce us to Murphy and Cathy, who are looking for a new home.
Do you know which variety of apples is ideal for baking pies, making sauce or simply eating as is?
The project in Fort Greene and Clinton Hill is aimed at bringing the community together to help seniors.
Many of these items have not yet hit stores but the latest houseware gadgets have been unveiled in Midtown.
Some people have already begun their holiday shopping. But does it really pay off to be an early bird?
Instead of students lugging around heavy textbooks for each class, they are now required to have a laptop or tablet.
Every parent goes through the tough job of trying to get their kids to behave. Well, there’s a school in Bergen County trying a new way to inspire their students to do the right thing.
Wednesday’s remembrance of the 9/11 terror attacks brought memories, tears and sadness to many people. But one couple decided to transform the horrors and sacrifice of that day into love and a new life together.
Evelyn Vargas, who was working in lower Manhattan on Sept. 11, 2001, had a front-row seat to one of the nation’s most horrific events.