For-Hire Vehicles Get Hit With More Restrictions In NYCPlans for a double cap on for-hire vehicles in the city was announced Wednesday.
N.J. Township Comes Up With Plan To Fill Empty StorefrontsVacant storefronts could be the signs of a lagging economy or depressed neighborhood.
Four Seasons, NYC's Famed Power Lunch Spot, Closing AgainNew York's famed Four Seasons Restaurant is closing less than a year after it reopened in a new location.
Suffolk Considering Law That Would Ban Employers From Asking About Criminal Convictions Until Late In Hiring ProcessSome legislators in the suburbs are uncomfortable with a proposal to prohibit private businesses from asking job applicants about their criminal history.
Report: Amazon's Bezos To Live Large At Top Of NYC SkyscraperCBS2 first gave you a look at the show-stopping views at 212 Fifth Ave. in our weekly edition of Living Large. Now, that Manhattan mansion in the sky is reportedly getting a new tenant.
Jay-Z Named First Billionaire Rap ArtistJay-Z is also a streaming music mogul and owner of a sports management company.
Nearly 12 Million Quest Diagnostics Patients May Have Had Info Exposed In Data BreachInformation that may have been exposed included "certain financial data, Social Security numbers, and medical information" of 11.9 million Quest patients.
Time Out New York Brings Brand New Food Court To BrooklynNo matter what your taste buds are calling for, Time Out Market New York has you covered.
Speaker Johnson Urges Caution On Potential NYC Fur BanThe fur is flying, yet again, over a bill to ban the sale of fur in the Big Apple.
Suspect Surrenders In Shocking Attack On Lyft Driver Caught On VideoGeorge Catalano, 36, turned himself in. He's charged with assault and reckless endangerment.
Norah O'Donnell Talks On Interview With Boeing CEO, 737 Max CrashesBoeing CEO Dennis Muilenburg said he would trust his own family in a 737 Max jet after testing new software in the wake of two deadly crashes. In October of 2018, Lion Air Flight 610 crashed, killing 189 people on board.
New Regulations To Force New Jersey Craft Breweries To Make Tough Decisions On What Events To HostNew Jersey is laying down the law on its booming craft beer industry.
Shock Video: Lyft Driver Brutally Attacked By PassengerIt began as a regular ride as can be seen from inside the SUV. But things turned violent after about 10 minutes.
New Jersey Official Resigns After Racist Rant Against Kenilworth Bar And Their Black CustomersIn a phone call recorded by the Gavelstone Bar & Grill in Kenilworth, local zoning board member Anthony Cuppari is reportedly the person heard arguing with the business’ owner.
Rockaway Beach Businesses Hoping For Big Summer After Shut Down Section ReopensAn 11-block stretch of sand in Rockaway Beach is back in business after beach erosion shut it down last summer.