Tired commuters often doze off on the subway, and experts warn that they could be a target for thieves.
A bitter blast can be deadly if you’re not careful. Stay inside if you can.
The blizzard moving into the Tri-State area poses dangers not only on the roads, but also for your home.
Shopping safety is not always the first thing on people’s minds when they head to the mall, but your holiday wish list could make you a target.
Here are five of the most common travel scams you need to be on the lookout for when traveling.
A defect in the devices can possibly kill or injure the driver or passengers. Is your car on the list?
The inflator mechanisms in the air bags can rupture, causing metal fragments to fly out when the bags are deployed in crashes.
There was new fallout Friday following the death of a 16-year-old high school football player on Long Island after a collision at a game.
We have all been told about the problems of distracted teenage drivers. Now, a new report finds that phones can also lead to accidents when teens are walking.
New York City Public Advocate Letitia James says despite the thousands of nail salons across the five boroughs, there are only 27 inspectors in the entire state to keep track of salon cleanliness and safety.
To make sure this summer is a great one for you and your family, here is our guide to preventing (and treating) some of the season’s health hazards.
Former Mayor Michael Bloomberg flew off to Tel Aviv on the Israeli airline El Al Tuesday, as he claimed flying to Israel remains safe even though U.S. and European carriers have halted flights there.
83 percent of parents who purchased vehicles for their teens bought used cars, but as CBS 2’s Dick Brennan reported, not all used cars are equal.
From simple home repairs to high-scale improvements, DIY projects can provide an enjoyable experience and rewarding results.
We all like to have fun and be active outside, but sometimes we can get caught up in our softball game or work out without putting safety first. Here are some tips from the Office of Emergency Management to help you keep cool – and safe – when the temperatures heat up.