3 arrested in 'Yoga to the People' tax fraud case

The complaint said the defendants evaded taxes by failing to keep corporate books by accepting yoga students’ payments in cash, sometimes collected in tissue boxes passed around during classes, and by paying yoga teachers in cash and “off the books.”

NYC outdoor pools open June 28

School is out, summer is here, and New York City's free outdoor pools are once again welcoming swimmers for the summer.

New Yorkers with 'long COVID' getting help

Nitza Rochez's battle with COVID was nothing compared to what she experienced once she recovered from the virus in March 2020. Then she got help at Mount Sinai's Center for Post-COVID Care.

How robots help older New Yorkers fight social isolation

Many older Americans deal with loneliness and social isolation. New York has partnered with a robotics company to place an interactive "robot" named ElliQ in the homes of about 800 senior citizens. So what does ElliQ do?