No matter how you get to work, it costs time and money to get there. But as CBS 2’s Maurice DuBois reported Tuesday night, there is now a new app that benefits commuters with rewards.
Now there’s a device that’s helping some ambulance drivers operate more safely as they work to help others.
More people are pretending their pets are trained medical companions, which is creating a big problem for people who really them.
You can design your own package depending on what’s important to you, such as free checked bags, priority boarding, no change fees, free Wi-Fi or extra frequent-flyer miles.
A powerful but illegal drug has stirred new interest for its potential to help people kick addictions to things like drugs and alcohol.
Washing a turkey before cooking it seems to make sense but experts told CBS 2′s Maurice Dubois that it could be creating a culinary crime scene.
Carjackings have been on the rise because new technology has made them virtually impossible to hot wire. There is also a growing market for nice cars.
When it comes to sick pets many owners will go to great lengths to help them feel better. Now, some have started to take matters into their own hands and have turned to a remedy that isn’t even legal in some states.
Workplace violence is becoming an all too common scene — a disgruntled employee, an ex-spouse or dissatisfied client come backs to settle the score with a gun.
A hidden battle is being waged over smartphones. Last year, more than 1.5-million Americans had their devices stolen but some companies are against a simple solution.
Imagine waking up to pain that is so debilitating that it prevents you from walking. It’s happening to a growing number of people and often goes undiagnosed.
The risks that New Yorkers take on the roads are getting worse every day, and some say that the hazardous conditions can be blamed on the economy.
New York City is getting tough on animal abuse, and investigators use cutting-edge technology to put them behind bars.
While big-box stores are cheap and offer shoppers everything from paper towels to car tires, accidents like Espinal’s happen all the time.
Mayoral candidates Bill de Blasio and Joe Lhota took jabs, raised their voices and frequently talked over each other at their second debate Tuesday, with de Blasio repeatedly accusing Lhota of “fearmongering,” and Lhota accusing de Blasio of failing to keep promises and being soft on crime.