Parents Of Special Needs Students Say They Are Being Shut Out Of NYC's Learning Bridges ProgramAs New York City schools operate remotely, some parents say a city day care program is turning away students with special needs.
Fauci Says Herd Immunity Possible "Reasonably Quickly" If Enough Americans Take VaccineDr. Anthony Fauci, the nation's top infectious diseases expert, said Sunday the U.S. could reach herd immunity against the coronavirus "reasonably quickly" next year if enough Americans get vaccinated.
Tri-State Area Officials Sound Alarms As Coronavirus Shutdowns Likely To Impact Holiday SeasonCoronavirus cases are sharply increasing across the U.S. and elected officials in the Tri-State say new restrictions are needed to stop the spread.
Newark Facing New Restrictions, Partial Curfew In Bid To Slow COVID SpreadMore restrictions are going into place to fight the surge in COVID-19, and more could soon be on the way.
Coronavirus In NYC: Businesses Face Potential Setbacks As Mayor De Blasio Tells City To Prepare For Second Wave ShutdownFirst he closed the schools and now Mayor Bill de Blasio says he expects further restrictions to hit the city by the first week in December.
'Sounds Of Caring' Short Film Highlights Mental Toll Pandemic Is Taking On Frontline Healthcare WorkersAs healthcare workers brace for another wave of COVID-19 cases, some are speaking out about the mental toll the pandemic has taken.
Coronavirus Closure: Mayor De Blasio Under Fire As New York City Public Schools Return To All-Remote LearningThe move comes after a surge in coronavirus cases brought the city's weekly infection rate above 3%.
COVID In Connecticut: Virus Testing Centers Across State See Incredibly Long Lines As Demand SpikesAn increase in demand for coronavirus testing in advance of Thanksgiving has led to hours-long lines across Connecticut as providers scramble to add capacity and hire new workers.
Coronavirus In New Jersey: Restrictions Loom As State Reports More Than 4,500 New COVID Cases; Gov. Murphy: 'If We See Transmission, We Will Get At It'More than 4,500 new coronavirus cases were reported across New Jersey on Thursday, meaning more restrictions could be on the horizon as we enter the holiday season.
CDC Issues Warning, Guidelines For Thanksgiving TravelersThanksgiving is one of the busiest travel times of the year. This year, the CDC is asking people to pump the brakes. 
'A Slow Death': Restaurant, Gym Owners Worry Looming Shutdown Could Devastate Businesses In New York CityMayor Bill de Blasio and Gov. Andrew Cuomo said it's nearly inevitable that New York City will be designated an Orange Zone. They said small businesses will face restrictions, once again
Coronavirus Testing Sites Open In All Jersey City Neighborhoods Ahead Of ThanksgivingJersey City is stepping up efforts to slow the uptick in coronavirus cases ahead of Thanksgiving Day.
Coronavirus: Unless Something Dramatic Happens Quickly, New York City Staring At Orange Zone Status SoonThe closures may not just stop at schools. More coronavirus restrictions could be coming citywide.
COVID In NYC: Schools Switching To All-Remote Learning Starting ThursdayMayor Bill de Blasio said earlier this week if schools must close, he will work with the state to reopen them as soon and safely as possible.
COVID Vaccine: Pfizer Says It Will Seek FDA Approval 'Within Days'Pfizer says results from its largest vaccine trial are complete, and it's 95% effective.