Teen’s Sudden Death Raises Caffeine Concern Among ParentsSoda, coffee, and energy drinks are popular with teenagers. And while caffeine may not necessarily be good for them, could it actually kill them?
MTA’s ‘Courtesy Counts’ Campaign Urges Riders To Give Up Seats To Those In NeedA new campaign on New York City's buses and subways is urging people to give up their seats to people in need.
Second Breakfast: The Meal That's So Nice, People Are Eating It TwiceBreakfast is considered the most important meal of the day, so some people are choosing to eat it twice. But is it good for you?
Cool, Damp Weather May Help Certain Flowers Last Longer This Mother’s DayFlowers are a favorite Mother’s Day gift, and this year’s weather may actually make some the perfect present.
New Yorkers Break Out Winter Clothes For Unseasonable May ChillThere's a chill in the air that could have you checking the calendar, and don't expect a warmup by morning.
Crews Working To Repair Large Sinkhole On The Lower East SideThe 12-inch water main burst and thousands of gallons of water eroded part of Madison Street in the 200th block between Rutgers and Jefferson streets.
2017 Met Gala Fashion Hits And MissesThe night's fashion choices included everything from ribbons and pearls, to spikes and sequins, to plaid and platinum.
8-Year-Old Boy Found On J Train Tracks After Wandering Away From Charter SchoolThe boy was reported missing at around 12:20 p.m. Tuesday after walking out of the Brooklyn Excelsior Charter School in Bedford-Stuyvesant.
NYC Parents, Students Weigh In On Whether They Support No-Homework TrendNow that a number of New York City elementary school students no longer have homework, how do their parents feel about all their free time?
Some Parents Swapping Out Sweets For More Expensive Gifts This EasterPeople are starting to replace the traditional -- and relatively cheaper -- chocolates with expensive toys and clothes.
Efforts To Eliminate Morris County Zip Code Confusion Met With OppositionThe shared zip code and twin addresses have lead to mail mix-ups, credit problems, and longer wait times for emergency services in some cases.
Massive Tree Toppled By High Winds Slams Into Car In MahwahPowerful winds sent a 100 foot tree crashing to the ground in Mahwah. It landed on a car, crushing it, and critically injuring the 26-year-old driver.

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