CDC Recommending Pfizer Booster Shots For Seniors, Adults With Underlying Medical Conditions, Adults At Greater Risk Of Exposure At WorkYou will only be able to get a Pfizer booster shot if you received a second Pfizer dose at least six months ago.
Gabby Petito Search: Attorney Says Current Whereabouts Of Petito's Fiancé Brian Laundrie Are UnknownNearly a week has passed since Gabby Petito's family reported her missing. Her whereabouts remain a mystery and now her fiancé is missing, too.
Broadway Coming Back With Diverse Voices On And Off Stage: 'This Is Just The Beginning'Fans from all over the world travel to Broadway, and the push is on to have more diversity among the talented teams putting on the shows.
Friday Marks World Suicide Prevention DayIt's observed every Sept. 10, and this year the theme is creating hope through action.
9/11 20 Years Later: P.S. 89 Principal Veronica Najjar Remembers Helping Students To Safety In Lower ManhattanIn the immediate aftermath of the 9/11 attacks, thousands of children were forced to flee to safety.
Manhattan Restaurant Owner Reunited With Wife, 3 Children Who Fled AfghanistanMohammad Wali contacted Congressman Tom Suozzi for help. He eventually found a former U.S. soldier on the ground in Kabul who was working to get people out of Afghanistan.
Back-To-School Lunch Ideas For Healthy, All-Day EnergyAs kids head back to school, lunch time is going to look a bit different.
New York City High School Students Express Pain, Stand Up To Hate Through Art CompetitionMore than 60 students from dozens of city high schools entered the competition with the theme “Art Will Defeat Hate.”
Young Adults With Autism Embrace Job Training And Employment Offered Through Nonprofit Spectrum WorksThere's a wonderful pop-up store at the American Dream mall that's a dream come true for some students with autism.
Breaking The Stigma: CBS2's Cindy Hsu Shares Her Most Personal Story With Dana TylerMental health is extremely personal, and not something many people open up about, but every year, millions of Americans face the reality of living with a mental illness.
While NYC Honors Hometown Heroes, Many Families Still Coping With Loss Of Loved OnesIt was a celebratory day in New York City, but for many families, it was a reminder of the thousands lost to the pandemic.
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.
#TogetherInPride: New York Historical Society Photo Exhibit Details Rich History Of LGBTQ Life In Cherry GroveA small community on Fire Island has been a safe haven for members of the LGBTQ+ community for decades.
Together In Pride: LGBTQ+ Options For Family Planning And Adoption Have GrownThere have been lots of positive changes in the last few years.
'I Am Here' Song Is A Battle Cry From The Theater Community Against Asian HateA new song and video were just released this week in the wake of rising violence against Asian Americans.