Maurice DuBois

Palcohol makes a variety of powdered alcohol products. (credit: CBS 2)

Federal Agency Reverses Approval For Line Of Powdered Alcohol Products

The line, which was dreamed up by Arizona wine expert Mark Phillips, would offer a bar full of products in packet form — including vodka, rum, cosmopolitans and lemon drops cocktails.

04/22/2014

Mosquitoes

Seen At 11: Warmer Weather May Mean Dangerous Bug Bites

Warm weather could not get to the Tri-State Area soon enough, but higher temperatures also mean bug session has officially arrived.

04/18/2014

A woman uses her cellphone on a subway platform in Chelsea. (credit: Getty Images)

Seen At 11: Encryption Services Protect Smartphones From Hackers

We rely on our smartphones for just about everything. But just like a computer, they can be easily hacked.

04/16/2014

Candidates for the 13th congressional seat participate in a debate on April 10, 2014, in Harlem. (credit: CBS 2)

Charles Rangel, Challengers Square Off In First Congressional Debate

Two candidates looking to replace Rep. Charles Rangel in Congress wasted no time in using his long career and an ethics scandal against him in the first Democratic primary debate for the 13th Congressional District.

04/10/2014

FILE -- An iPhone and an Android tablet (credit: Getty Images)

Seen At 11: How Effective Are Gadget Cleaning Products?

There are a lot of products that claim to do a thorough cleaning, CBS 2’s Maurice DuBois reported. But do they really work?

04/08/2014

Spring Cleansing Smoothie

Seen At 11: 6 Foods To Help You Feel Great For Spring

It’s time for a spring cleanse, and food is the key, especially if you want to look better, feel better, and even shed some pounds.

04/03/2014

Insomnia

Seen At 11: Insomnia May Be A 24-Hour Condition, Research Shows

The study found insomniacs’ brains are different, and those differences may help doctors treat the condition more successfully.

04/01/2014

Price Matching

Seen At 11: CBS 2 Goes Undercover To Test Price Matching

You may think of shopping at a flea market or garage sale when you think of haggling, but the age-old retail strategy is back — and now you can use it at major department stores.

03/14/2014

The mail hasn't been delivered consistently in one Long Island town, prompting outrage from residents. (Photo: CBS 2)

Seen At 11: New App, Paper Karma, Could Help Put An End To Junk Mail

You probably came home to some today, an endless stream of catalogs, and ads frequently referred to as junk mail.

03/12/2014

ATM Of The Future

Seen At 11: ATMs Of The Future To Offer Array Of Services

Upcoming ATM upgrades will allow you to do everything from apply for a loan, to planning your retirement.

03/06/2014

Counterfeit Cosmetics

Seen At 11: Counterfeit Cosmetics May Be Harmful To Your Health

Bogus beauty products may be harmful to your health and they’re being peddled to unsuspecting shoppers online.

02/27/2014

FILE -- Bags of salad mix containing fresh spinach are seen on a supermarket shelf. (credit: Getty Images)

Seen At 11: Should You Rewash ‘Prewashed’ Bagged Salads?

Last summer, hundreds of people in 15 states — including New York, New Jersey and Connecticut — got food poisoning from bagged salad mixes that were contaminated with the parasite cyclospora.

02/26/2014

Patrick Alford disappeared four years ago at the age of 7. His and mother and the NYPD refuse to give up the search. (Credit CBS 2)

Seen At 11: Four Years Later Search For Missing Boy, Patrick Alford, May Be Heating Up

A seven-year-old boy disappeared never to be heard from again but his family refused to stop looking for him.

02/24/2014

Synagogue Facial Recognition Camera

Seen At 11: TV Facial Recognition Technology Becomes Reality

An Upper East Side synagogue is using new facial recognition technology in an effort to increase its security.

02/19/2014

Brake lights illuminated as traffic backs up at a toll plaza. (credit: Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

Seen At 11: ‘Magic Tank’ Could Come To The Rescue If You Run Out Of Gas

Running out of gas can be a frustrating and scary experiences. It’s one of the top reasons people get stranded according to the Automobile Association of America.

02/12/2014

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