New York got a homer and four hits from Giancarlo Stanton to sate those spiteful fans with a 7-3 victory Tuesday over the Houston Astros.
Nursing homes in New York will have to provide a minimum level of staffing under a new bill that the Democratic-led Legislature planned to pass Tuesday.
The Johnson & Johnson coronavirus vaccine is back and as popular as ever.
Given that the nation remains in a pandemic, the NFL is more than satisfied with being able to attract 160,000 fans to the draft in Cleveland …
Fatigue has set in around the NHL with teams playing 50 games in just over 100 days as part of a condensed schedule that's proving even more demanding than players expected.
A New York City police officer killed by a suspected drunken driver was hailed at his funeral Tuesday as a humble hero, a doting father and a “perfect picture of the American dream.”
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is expected to authorize Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine for youngsters ages 12 to 15 by next week.
Thousands of restaurants and bars decimated by the COVID-19 outbreak have a better chance at survival as the government begins handing out $28.6 billion in grants.
Bob Baffert won his seventh Kentucky Derby on Saturday with Medina Spirit. John Velazquez was again the winning jockey.
More than 101 million Americans are now fully vaccinated against the coronavirus.
New York is halfway there, Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced. Out of about 16 million residents, age 16 and older, 9 million New Yorkers have had at least one vaccine dose.
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio says he expects to see the city's COVID-19 restrictions lifted and “fully reopen” by July 1.
Starting Thursday, any New Yorker age 16 and older can simply walk in to any state vaccination site to get a COVID vaccine.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention eased its guidelines Tuesday on the wearing of masks outdoors, saying fully vaccinated Americans don't need to cover their faces anymore unless they are in a big crowd of strangers.
ROYAL OAK, Mich. — Eric Gala passed up an opportunity to get a coronavirus vaccine when shots became available in Michigan, and he admits not taking the virus seriously enough.
The U.S. Census Bureau this coming week is expected to formally tally this change by releasing its count of population shifts in the once-a-decade reallocation of congressional seats. It's is expected to lead to the Sun Belt gaining seats at the expense of states in the north.
More New York residents than Connecticut residents had been vaccinated at a CVS by the time state officials visited the location in February.
Use of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine is starting up again in New York after federal authorities announced they were lifting a pause on the shots.