Coronavirus Update: Stocks Rebound, Dow Gains 1,167 Points Following Worst Day In 12 YearsStocks jumped after Monday's historic plunge produced the worst day of losses since the financial crisis in 2008.
Coronavirus Fears Sparking Price Gouging On Hand Sanitizer, Face Masks: 'They're Taking Advantage Of People'As fears over the coronavirus grow, retail stores are selling out of products like hand sanitizer, disinfectant wipes and face masks. And some customers are reporting much higher prices than normal.
National Consumer Protection Week Highlights Surging ScamsIt is estimated Americans lost nearly $670 million to scams last year.
Toyota Recalling 1.2 Million Vehicles Due To Possible Fuel Pump FailureThe vehicles include trucks, SUVs, minivans and cars across the model lineups of Toyota and its Lexus luxury vehicle brand.
Ikea Recalls Drawer Chest After Reports Of Tip-Over IncidentsAbout 820,000 dressers are being recalled.
Dow Sinks Almost 800 Points Despite Surprise Fed Interest Rate Cut To Counter CoronavirusInvestors seem unimpressed with the Federal Reserve's largest interest rate cut since 2008, pushing down stocks amid mounting concerns over the coronavirus.
New Pair Of Scams Target Amazon Prime CustomersPolice are saying it has been difficult to track down and arrest these scammers since most of the time they are international.
Feb. 29 Means Leap Year Deals For ShoppersHotels, stores and restaurants are rolling out special sales. 
Cannabis Serum, CBD, Sexual Wellness Products Make List At Cosmetic Executive Women AwardsThe "Oscars" of beauty highlights the latest and greatest in the industry and recognizes the best, most creative and innovative beauty and wellness products.
'Eat Well, Do Good': N.J. Eatery Hires People With Intellectual DisabilitiesA cafe in the Garden State is making a push for inclusivity.
Grand Central Terminal Restaurant Owner Suggests Turning Sidecar Seating Area Into Designated Space For HomelessOne of the most serious citywide problems has manifested itself inside Grand Central Terminal.
Black History Month: Meet Determined Linda Harrison, Head Of The Newark Museum Of ArtThe director and CEO of the Newark Museum of Art is part of a rare class. She is one of only a handful of African-American's leading a major art museum.
Kolcraft Inclined Sleeper Accessory Recalled Due To Safety RiskThe Consumer Product Safety Commission reports the recall went into effect due to infant fatalities reported with other manufacturers' inclined sleep products. 
Millions Of Kids Water Bottles Recalled Due To Choking HazardReplacement lids that were given out after a 2019 recall can detach, posing a risk for children.
Long Island's Hicksville Begins Downtown Renovation It Hopes Will Bring In Millennials To Live And WorkAnother community on Long Island has launched what it hopes will be a major downtown renaissance.