There is a growing danger on the road in the New York area. Trucks have been hitting overpasses at an alarming rate, causing delays on your ride to work.
Research has shown that when we take a break from work it can refresh our minds and make us more productive.
He was a happy-go-lucky teenager who loved nothing more than to sing in his church choir. But Gama Droiville’s life changed in an instant when he was caught in crossfire.
A new study published by the American Diabetes Association shows something as simple as lowering your thermostat can boost your metabolism, CBS 2’s Kristine Johnson reported.
Millions of Americans suffer from hair loss and they spend millions of dollars on treatments to restore their hair. But now technology is opening the door to a new non-surgical, non-invasive option that you can use in your own home.
Six people have been indicted in an international ring that managed to take over more than 1,000 StubHub users’ accounts and fraudulently buy tickets for events through the online ticket reseller, Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus R. Vance Jr. said.
For a lot of people, shopping means having to make too many decisions. But not anymore.
As a cosmetics company founder, Donald Robertson has a fashion sense, but it’s his keen eye for instant images that’s attracting attention.
Couples are seeking help from real live therapists, doing the session all on the Internet.
a New York City woman said it has all led to a modern-day addiction. She learned that staying in touch could actually make people out of touch.
A ruthless gang of criminals led a violent, 2 year crime spree that spread from the city to the suburbs.
Renting men and women as dates is one of a growing number of new services that offer companions for just about any reason or occasion with just one rule: no sex of any kind.
First there was West Nile virus. Now health experts are warning about another virus carried by mosquitoes.
Some people are literally freezing the fat right off their bodies using a new treatment called “CoolSculpting.”
Dr. Penny Asbell said the vitamins and supplements may not harm eyes, but so far there has been no documented studies claiming they improve vision or eye health.