Delivery company DoorDash is eliminating more than 1,200 corporate jobs, about 6% of its total workforce, saying it hired too many people when demand for its services increased during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Americans could possibly be owed a five-figure payment from the federal government.
"It is the worst that we have ever seen it." The number of people in New York who need food is growing according to the Food Bank.
That is a first for a holiday weekend, the Transportation Security Administration said Tuesday.
We are hearing of people doing something called quiet quitting. However, it does not mean people are actually leaving their jobs. So what is quiet quitting?
Inflation has hit back-to-school shoppers. So what can parents do? A parent and lifestyle expert has these tips on where to look for deals.
The Long Island Rail Road is running behind schedule when it comes to getting back all the riders it lost during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Russ and Daughters Cafe on Manhattan's Lower East Side has reopened to indoor dining.
New York City's pandemic rent deals initially sounded like a good idea for many. But as the deals expire, many renters are being priced out of their apartments.
COVID surge among Los Angeles International Airport staff includes cases where patients have since recovered from virus.
Connecticut is boosting service along two Metro-North rail lines as ridership on the commuter railroad moves closer to pre-pandemic levels.
Off-duty Delta Air Lines pilots on Thursday picketed at airports around the country, including John F. Kennedy Airport in New York. After two years of hectic pandemic travel, the pilots say they're fed up with the pace of their contract negotiations.
The pandemic-era federal aid that made school meals available for free to all public school students — regardless of family income levels — is ending, raising fears about the effects in the upcoming school year for families already struggling with rising food and fuel costs.
The director of Spanish All Year in Westbury says enrollment has dropped since the pandemic and isn't sure the school can stay open.
Airlines canceled more than 1,500 flights across the country on Thursday and more than a third of all flights leaving LaGuardia and Newark Liberty airports. On Friday, more than 20% of departing flights were either canceled or delayed.
The Federal Reserve on Wednesday intensified its drive to tame high inflation by raising its key interest rate by three-quarters of a point — its largest hike in nearly three decades.
The Metropolitan Opera sold 56% of ticket dollar capacity this season as it returned from a 1-1/2-year absence.
Participating studios are offering buy-one-get-one-free promos on classes. Some studios are also offering discounts on memberships. More than 150 studios are participating.
New York cut the state gas tax by 16 cents a gallon to help out drivers while gas prices are soaring. Some counties have also dropped gas tax prices. But with gas prices continuing the surge, many motorists say they just don't see any breaks.
Under the Coronavirus Pandemic Electronic Benefit Transfer, or P-EBT, New York families will receive $375 for every child who is eligible for a free school lunch under the National School Lunch Act.