- Feds Open Investigation Into WeinsteinDisgraced Former Hollywood Producer Now Target Of Federal Prosecutors
- 'Nails' Nailed By Police In New JerseyPolice: Former Met Lenny Dykstra Threatened To Kill Uber Driver In Linden
- Trump Talks MS-13 On Long IslandPresident Addresses Immigration, Efforts To Eradicate Notorious Gang
- NFL Requires On-Field Players To Stand For AnthemJets Owner Says Team Will Not Penalize Any Player Who Bucks New League Policy
- Next On The Hit ListNYC Council Introduces Bill Banning Plastic Straws
Michael Rotondo, 30, Speaks Out About Being Evicted From His Parents' HomeIt’s a case that pitted a mom and dad against their own son. Now, the 30-year-old is being forced out and complaining about his parents.
New York State Democrats Seek To Legalize, Tax MarijuanaThe executive committee passed a resolution calling for the legalization of marijuana, saying millions could be added to state coffers if it were taxed like alcohol at an excise tax rate of 13 percent.
Heroes In The Sky: Calm, Confident Southwest Airlines Crew Describes Emergency LandingCrew members of the Southwest Airlines flight that lost an engine appeared on CBS This Morning for their first joint interview Wednesday.
The Ice Cream Man Of Gotham: Man Overcomes Checkered Past Thanks To Harlem Non-ProfitCompanies big and small are giving something to the previously incarcerated -- a second chance.
Mayor's Office Facing NYC Drug Crisis Spilling Out Into Streets, ParksFrom a crackdown on K2 overdoses on Brooklyn sidewalks, to syringes littering a Bronx park, New York City’s drug crisis has been on full view this week.
Now's The Time For Teens To Apply To Summer Jobs, Experts SayThe last bell of the year will ring soon, but that doesn't mean teens should wait to hear it before they apply to summer jobs.
Grilling Options Heating Up For Summer HolidaysTrattoria Dell'Arte's Brandon Fay shows off grilled halibut steak with white bean avocado salsa and Italian vegetable nachos.
Must-See Movies For Summer 2018People are flocking to movie theaters in record numbers. So what’s expected this summer? CBS2’s Alex Denis reports on the potential blockbusters.
Summer Books 2018: What To Read When You're Hitting The BeachFor many, summertime swelter signals the perfect time to pick up a good book - a good beach read - and escape reality.
What Does Mom Really Want This Mother’s Day?With Mother’s Day rapidly approaching, CBS2’s Elise Finch asked moms of all ages in the city and the suburbs what they want on Sunday.
May Best Buys: Jewelry, Appliances, Outdoor Gear And MoreFrom Mother's Day to Memorial Day, May is packed with some deep retail discounts for the entire family.
30-Year-Old Man Ordered To Move Out Of Parents' Home Speaks OutCBS2's Ali Bauman has more on the family feud.
New York City Council Introduces Bill Banning Plastic StrawsCiting pollution, a local lawmaker wants plastic straws banned in drinks bought in the city. CBS2's Jessica Moore reports.
NYC Fleet Week Kicks OffIt celebrates members of the maritime services with events throughout the city. CBS2's Alice Gainer reports.
Mayor's Office Facing NYC Drug Crisis Spilling Out Into Streets, ParksFrom a crackdown on K2 overdoses on Brooklyn sidewalks, to syringes littering a Bronx park, New York City’s drug crisis has been on full view this week. CBS2's Hazel Sanchez reports.
Transit Authority Unveils Plan To Fix NY Subway SystemA major subway overhaul is the focus of an ambitious plan to get the city's transit system up to speed. CBS2's Lisa Rozner reports.
Plane Pulls Banner Over Briarcliff High School Calling For Firing Of 2 Baseball CoachesSomeone spent $1,200 to hire a plane to fly over the school with a banner calling for the firing of two baseball coaches. CBS2's Tony Aiello reports.
Snapshot NY: Ice Cream Man Of GothamCompanies big and small are giving something to the previously incarcerated -- a second chance. One man has worked his way up to an ice cream mogul. But life wasn't always so sweet. Roy Castro is the focus of this week's Snapshot New York with Steve Overmyer.
Update: Robbery Target Women Glad They Fought BackPolice say two women on their way to church in Woodlawn, the Bronx, were injured after trying to fight off an armed robber in the Bronx, and one targeted woman says she's glad she fought back. CBS2's Jenna DeAngelis reports.
Update: Airplane Drags Banner Trashing School Baseball CoachesTony Aiello updates on a hired small plane that dragged a banner reading "Fire coaches Schrader & Kowalczyk" above the Briarcliff baseball quarterfinal playoff win over Irvington.
Update: 10-Year Plan To Revamp Bus Routes, Fix SubwaysLisa Rozner has an update on the ambitious 10-year New York City transit plan announced this morning to revamp bus routes and fix the subways.
Awaiting Trump's ArrivalCBS2's Jennifer McLogan reports from Long Island where President Donald Trump is about to address immigration and the MS-13 gang.
Plane Pulling Banner Calling For Firing Of 2 Baseball Coach Flies Over Briarcliff High SchoolThere has been an expensive effort to express unhappiness with high school coaches in Westchester County.
NFL's National Anthem Policy To Punish Teams If On-Field Players Don't StandThe New York Jets say they will pay any fines and not penalize players if they violate the new NFL policy.
Rangers Hire Boston University's David Quinn As New Head CoachQuinn replaces Alain Vigneault, who was fired hours after the Rangers missed the playoffs for the first time since 2010. An introductory news conference was scheduled for Thursday.
Best Memorial Day Walks, Runs And Parades In New YorkWhether you are a New Yorker or not, Memorial Day is a great day to experience the city and to partake in some of the special events.
NYT Best-Seller “Manhattan Beach” Wins 2018 One Book, One New York CompetitionNew Yorkers have selected the book they want the whole city to read: Jennifer Egan’s award-winning “Manhattan Beach.”
Hard Ciders Arise Around Green-Wood's Famous GravesMade from apples grown above or around famous graves, Jeremy Hammond's Malus Immortalis hard cider offers a rare taste to the cemetery's visitors.
Michael Rotondo Shares His Side Of The StoryMichael Rotondo, the 30-year-old man recently evicted from his parents' house in upstate New York, shares his side of the story with CNN's Brooke Baldwin.
Staten Island Turkey Mom Getting Moved From NestUpdate on the Staten Island man's turkey trouble: Wildlife experts just helped relocate the mama bird and her 18 eggs.
Full Video: Trump's Roundtable On MS-13, ImmigrationPresident Donald Trump participates in a roundtable discussion on the MS-13 gang and immigration with federal and local law enforcement, elected officials and families of some of the violent gang's victims Wednesday on Long Island.
CBS2 Weather UpdateJohn Elliott has the latest weather updates from CBS2.