COVID In New York City: Some Washington Heights Residents Miffed Outsiders Getting Priority For Vaccine At Armory SiteIt's the hottest ticket in town -- securing a COVID-19 vaccine appointment. But for many, it hasn't been easy, especially at sites in their own backyards.
COVID In New Jersey: More Vaccine Is Coming And Total Inoculations Pass Confirmed Cases Of COVID-19New Jersey health officials on Wednesday reported six new cases of the B17 variant from the United Kingdom, bringing the total in the state to eight, including one death.
With Democrats Controlling Washington, New Jersey Rep. Gottheimer Working To Reinstate SALT DeductionsIt's no secret homeowners around here pay a pretty penny in property taxes. So when in 2017 state and local tax deductions -- or SALT -- were capped at $10,000, it hit hard.
'It's Time To Act': Biden Rolls Out New Actions On Climate ChangePresident Joe Biden on Wednesday signed a series of executive actions aimed at combating climate change.
COVID Vaccine: Biden Administration To Send 17,000 Doses Each Week To New York CityAs vaccine supply shortages plague the Tri-State Area, President Joe Biden says help is on the way.
Biden Administration Boosting Weekly Supply Of COVID-19 Vaccine Doses To StatesThe Biden administration is boosting the weekly supply of COVID-19 vaccines to states and territories by 16% next week and plans to give governors more advance notice on forthcoming allocations of the shots, according to multiple state officials briefed by the White House on Tuesday.
Critics Of Facial Recognition Technology Target NYC And The State With 'Ban The Scan' CampaignFacial recognition uses algorithms to automatically detect faces from surveillance cameras and social media and it tries to match the images with a country-wide mug shot database.
COVID In New Jersey: Vaccination Sites Keeping Opening, But There's Only One Problem -- No Doses To Give OutMega vaccination sites keep opening in New Jersey, but an appointment is nearly impossible to find due to a lack of supply.
COVID In New York City: Councilman Treyger Working On Plan To Get Homebound Seniors Their Vaccine ShotsWith New York City facing a COVID-19 vaccine supply shortage, some of its most vulnerable seniors have been unable to get their shot. One lawmaker is trying to change that.
Senate Rejects GOP Motion To Declare Trump Impeachment Trial UnconstitutionalSenators were sworn in as jurors on Tuesday in the second impeachment trial of former President Donald Trump for inciting an insurrection, with proceedings scheduled to get underway in two weeks.
House Delivers Article Of Impeachment Against Trump To SenateThe article of impeachment against President Trump was delivered to the Senate. The trial will begin the week of Feb. 8.
COVID In New York: One Big Hurdle To Cross, But High-Risk Sports Looking More And More Like A Go On Feb. 1If local health departments give the green like, high-risk sports can finally resume across New York state next week.
Biden Revokes Trump's Ban On Transgender Americans Serving In The MilitaryPresident Joe Biden signed an executive order Monday revoking a presidential memorandum from former President Donald Trump that disqualified most transgender individuals from military service, reversing the controversial policy in an anticipated move in his first week in office.
Rudy Giuliani Faces $1.3 Billion Lawsuit Over Fraud Claims During 2020 ElectionThe voting machine company Dominion filed the defamation lawsuit against Giuliani Monday morning. 
Dr. Fauci: Goal Of 100 Million COVID-19 Vaccine Shots In 100 days 'Is A Floor, Not A Ceiling'"It's going to be a challenge," Fauci said in an interview on "Face the Nation" on achieving President Biden's goal.