Courtney Guarino


The Art of an Electronic Scam

About 18 million people fell prey to digital payment systems scams. I was one of them.

Special Report: Shutdown: The Coronavirus

Remote is the new workplace normal

What’s been lacking in company culture and social interactions, is made up for in working from the sofa, front stoop, and in the most comfortable leisurewear. 


Asian Americans speak out against surging hate crimes

The COVID-19 pandemic has brought on a surge in attacks against Asian American. The community is rallying to denounce these hate crimes.

Special Report: Shutdown: The Coronavirus

Keeping the faith in COVID-19

Communion these days is a piece of bread from your local grocery store and whatever leftover wine you can find in your home.

Special Report: Shutdown: The Coronavirus

Battling food insecurities during a pandemic

New York City’s hunger crisis has been a widespread problem for years, but it’s gotten far worse due to the economic impact from the pandemic.

Special Report: Shutdown: The Coronavirus

Loyal members help keep independent cinemas afloat

Although uncertainty continues, New York City’s remaining independent cinemas are hanging on due to their small size and outpour of support from loyal members. 

Special Report: America Votes

Pennsylvania race narrows

In response to Trump's recent tweet and urgency on Wednesday to “Stop the Vote” demonstrators gathered in Philadelphia and marched into the night chanting “Count Every Vote”.


A New Generation of Poll Workers

“We came up with the idea to focus on recruiting high school and college students to become poll workers for the election.”

Special Report: Shutdown: The Coronavirus

Small business owners hope for future relief

As of September 23, about one-third of the city’s restaurants and more than one-half of its bars have closed.


Census flash mob dance on Times Square

Census data determines the allocation of trillions of dollars in federal funding to various programs within communities.