If you're interested in getting a local perspective on the big picture in news, then our National & World News will give you just what you're looking for. This section covers all the big stories that matter to the nation – from the perspective of a local like you.
By Long Island November 09, 2020
Pfizer says late-stage trial data shows Covid vaccine is more than 90% effective in preventing infection
By Long Island October 02, 2020
President Trump posted to twitter that he and FLOTUS have tested positive for COVID-19
By Ls Cohen September 25, 2020
Portion of the proceeds will go to the ACLU.
By Andrew Hazen April 25, 2020
Kim Jong-un Reportedly Dead ... After Botched Heart Surgery
By Long Island March 26, 2020
Company Ramping up Availability and Access to Testing
By Brooke Hein March 16, 2020
Governor Cuomo just ordered all restaurants and bars in New York to shut down sit down services, and ONLY offer take out and delivery options.
By Brooke Hein March 10, 2020
During a novel coronavirus briefing, Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today announced the state will provide alcohol-based hand sanitizer to New Yorkers free of charge.
By Brooke Hein March 03, 2020
While there is currently no vaccine for the novel coronavirus, everyday preventative actions can help stop the spread of this and other respiratory viruses...
By Brooke Hein February 19, 2020
“My dad taught me to keep my eyes and ears open and my mouth shut,” said Shapiro.
By Long Island February 17, 2020
Fort Worth-based Pier 1 announced Monday that it began Chapter 11 bankruptcy proceedings and is pursuing a sale of the company.
By Long Island February 09, 2020
Isaac Larian, CEO of MGA Entertainment posted to LinkedIn that Coronavirus is a worldwide crisis that WILL effect the US economy as he urges others to also send surgical masks to China.
By Ls Cohen January 15, 2020
We compiled the important (and some crazy facts) about the U.S. Census.
By Claude Solnik September 26, 2019
Nine to five may still be standard, but other arrangements are becoming increasingly common.
By Claude Solnik September 23, 2019
Arbor Realty said small multifamily buildings' value is up nearly 80 percent since their low in 2010.
By Claude Solnik September 22, 2019
New York State added thousands of jobs in health services and hospitality year over year as of August.
By Claude Solnik September 16, 2019
Victoria's Secret and Hain are among U.S. companies reacting to a potential Brexit - and a very real drop in the pound.
By Claude Solnik September 12, 2019
The former detective joined a Long Island-based law firm focusing on 9/11 compensation.
By Claude Solnik September 11, 2019
A ceremony was held to honor Michael H. Haub, a volunteer fire fighter and then a firefighter with the NYFD, after additional remains were identified.