Thousands Of Tesla Vehicles Recalled Over Potential Cruise Control ProblemAccording to the company, the cruise control system could be activated by mistake, resulting in accidental acceleration.
Dole Recalls Fresh Blueberries Sold In New York Due To Potential Parasitic ContaminationThe affected products were sold in 6-ounce, 18-ounce, 24-ounce and pint containers.
Rainbow Capitalism: LGBTQ Advocates Say Companies Use Gay Pride Flag For ProfitSome LGBTQ advocates say Pride Month has turned into a corporate-branded party.
MTA Backs Off Plan To Keep Cash Ban At Subway BoothsSubway riders at the Hunts Point Avenue station who need to add cash onto their MetroCards can't miss the sign saying "No Cash In Booth."
Mayor Baraka Outlines 5-Year Plan To Stimulate Newark's Post-Pandemic Economic RecoveryThe latest plan to boost the economy in the city of Newark taps into millions of dollars from President Joe Biden's American Rescue Plan.
Long Island Educators And Lawmakers Sound Alarm About THC-Laced Cookies That Look Like Snack For KidsEMT Joe Lattanzi sounded the alarm to Long Beach parents after an adult became violently ill.
NYC Primary: All Eyes On City's Economic Recovery As Voters Decide All 5 Borough President PositionsThe "BPs" are thought of as mini-mayors who will be crucial in the city's economic recovery from the coronavirus pandemic.
Got An Ant Problem? Expert Explains Reasons For Recent Surge And Offers Prevention TipsHere's a story that may leave you itching. Homeowners and exterminators are reporting an abundance of pesky ants this season.
Connecticut Becomes 19th State To Legalize Recreational MarijuanaUnder the state's new law, it will be legal for individuals 21 and older to possess and use pot, beginning July 1.
Travel Experts Say Major Airlines Forced To Cancel Flights Were Unprepared For Issues Like Pilot ShortageAs millions more take to the skies, some major airlines are having trouble keeping up with the surge.
Amazon's 'Prime Day' Underway; De Blasio Tell New Yorkers It's A 'Perfect Day To Keep It Local, To Buy From Your Neighborhood Stores'"To me, a real prime shopper keeps it local, keeps the money in our neighborhoods, helps working people directly, doesn't put the money in the pockets of Amazon," de Blasio said.
Bicycle Shortage Experienced Nationwide Due To Slowed Production, Skyrocketing DemandThere's now a struggle to supply products across the city, including at Bicycle Habitat in Park Slope, which says there's a two-to-three month wait.
Consumer Reports: 34% Of People Surveyed Found At Least 1 Error On Credit ReportA Consumer Reports survey of nearly 6,000 people found more than a third, 34%, had at least one error on their credit report.
Consumer Experts: Fed Up With The Pandemic, Americans Are Launching 'Revenge Spending' KickPent up by COVID-19 lockdowns, a majority of Americans have indicated they will embark on a post-pandemic buying spree.
Beech-Nut Recalls Baby Cereal Over Arsenic ConcernsSamples showed arsenic, which occurs naturally, tested above recommended guidelines.