Woman Talks To CBS2 About Being Purposely Coughed On By Customer Inside Astoria Bagel StoreA woman seen on video getting coughed on inside a Queens coffee shop last Saturday has filed a report with NYPD.
'Expectations Of Safety' Are Greatest Obstacles In Economy's Road To Recovery, Prof SaysWith so much uncertainty in the world, economic recovery will be a long, slow process.
U.S. Unemployment Claims Drop For 10th Straight Week; Expert Says Further Decline Hinged To CoronavirusDespite weekly unemployment claims being better than expected, 1.5 million more Americans applied for benefits last week.
Some In Hollywood, Entertainment Say Cancellation Of 'Live PD,' 'Cops' Should Just Be The Start Of Industry ReformThe entertainment world is taking note of the marches to end racial injustice that are happening all over the country, and also making some changes.
Famed Stores Along Fifth Avenue Showing Signs Of Life Following Shutdown, ViolenceSaks, Tiffany’s, Louis Vuitton ... some luxury shops along Fifth Avenue have opened up and are hoping shoppers who can will open their wallets again.
More Trouble For American Dream? Bank Says Owners Missed Mortgage Payments On Another Mall They OwnA mega mall mired in two decades of delays is facing yet another setback.
Long Island's Smithtown Turning Into 'Stumptown,' Due To Companies Dumping Trees Into The StreetResidents in one Long Island town are sprucing up their yards, but in the process are making life extremely difficult for municipal workers.
New Jersey Set To Aggressively Expand Contact Tracing; Gov. Murphy Makes It Clear Program Is Not A Tracking AppFor those uneasy about contact tracing and privacy, Gov. Phil Murphy provided many answers on Wednesday that he hopes will ease concerns.
Experts: Changes To Paycheck Protection Program Offer Relief To Businesses Wounded By Coronavirus ShutdownBusinesses are in the process of reopening this week, and while many are struggling, some are getting a new boost from federal dollars.
Bronx Business Busier Than Ever After Coronavirus ShutdownWhile many small businesses have been struggling for months, one is now busier than ever.
Small Business Owners In Brooklyn Thrilled By Phase 1 Reopening; 'You Could See Me Smiling Behind My Mask'Phase One may seem small, but it's a big step forward for the city, which has been in lockdown since March.
Long Island On Track To Enter Phase 2 Of Reopening Next Week, Some Officials Want To Speed Things UpPhase 2 means yes for hair salons and barbershops; they can open, mostly by appointment.
Unemployment Unexpectedly Drops, But Full Recovery Not ImminentThe unemployment rate took a surprising drop, but while hope exists the road to recovery remains uncertain.
As New York City Begins To Reopen Next Week, All Eyes Will Be On Efficiency Of Hired Contact TracersA key to New York City's reopening Monday will be its ability to test and trace people recently diagnosed with the coronavirus.
What Restaurants Will Survive Coronavirus?Restaurants that rely on in-house dining will continue to struggle, while delivery and takeout spots will likely thrive.