Melina Wisecup
NEW YORK–While we spend more time in the house and restaurants around the world close their doors, we ...
14 days ago
Cyber scammers are finding new targets as more employees and students are made to work from home, warns ...
18 days ago
NEW YORK— As of Friday, New York State has the largest number of people confirmed to have the ...
25 days ago
NEW YORK—Thursday, March 12 marked the first day of containment in New Rochelle, New York—the epicenter of the ...
27 days ago

NEW YORK— Daylight savings time starts Sunday at 2 a.m. when Americans will lose an hour in order ...
1 month ago
Schools around the nation started this week by celebrating Read Across America week in honor of Dr. Seuss's ...
1 month ago
In modern day healthcare, who is really in charge of how patients are treated? Healthcare providers are starting ...
1 month ago

NEW YORK—Controversy is brewing over how to teach the American history of slavery in schools. Two groups are ...
1 month ago
A research team in New Jersey has created an automatic blood-drawing device. A biomedical engineering doctoral student at ...
2 months ago
Take an adventure through a tropical forest or semi-desert at the New York Botanical Garden's 18th orchid show.
2 months ago

Children's mental health has become more of a hot topic with an increasing number of cases of children experiencing ...
2 months ago
How can you find stillness and undivided attention in the dense, hyper-stimulated area of New York City? Especially ...
2 months ago
New York City council members voted in favor of a bill Thursday that will prohibit businesses from only ...
2 months ago

Twelve lawmakers are calling on the Department of Education to ban student seclusion nationwide. The push comes after ...
2 months ago
A rainy day didn't stop a New York City community from coming together to celebrate the Chinese New ...
2 months ago
NEW YORK—School shootings and violence on campus has lead schools to consider using facial recognition to protect students, ...
3 months ago

NEW YORK— Will retail stores die out because to online shopping or will they evolve with the times? ...
3 months ago
After years of effort, the IRS will be allowed to share tax information with the Department of Education. ...
3 months ago
NEW YORK—The tiny spy cameras are becoming more popular in the United States these days, according to security ...
3 months ago

NEW YORK—A recent report from the National Assessment of Educational Progress shows that, in a majority of states, ...
3 months ago
The state of Rhode Island is facing a federal lawsuit. Students say their schools don't provide them with ...
4 months ago
NEW YORK—More American universities are facing pressure to drop SAT/ACT test requirements for admission. According to the nonprofit National ...
5 months ago