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Mayor De Blasio To Unveil $85 Billion Spending Plan For NYCMayor Bill de Blasio will unveil his preliminary budget for fiscal 2018 on Tuesday.
Trump To Announce Supreme Court Pick Next WeekPresident Donald Trump told reporters in the Oval Office on Tuesday that he'll be "making my decision this week'' and "we'll be announcing it next week.''
'La La Land' Ties Oscar History With 14 Nominations"La La Land'' has earned nods for best picture, its stars Emma Stone and Ryan Gosling, its songs and its 32-year-old writer-director, Damien Chazelle.
Director James Comey To Remain In Charge Of FBIFBI directors are appointed to 10-year terms intended to carry across presidential administrations, even when a new party takes over the White House.
'There Was Just This Crash:' Massive Tree Smashes Into Staten Island HomeOn Staten Island, the Plevrites are counting their blessings after a Tulip tree came crashing down onto their home like a it was a dollhouse.
Parts Of Long Island Dealing With Flood Waters From Nor'easterFlooding continues to be a problem on Long Island a day after a nor'easter slammed the Tri-State area with high winds and heavy rain.

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WATCH: DC Cab Driver Praises John Elway, Doesn't Realize Hall Of Famer Is In Back SeatElway's friends in the car recorded video of the conversation on their phones and egged Snow along to talk about Elway.
Ben Roethlisberger Says He's Thinking About Retirement"I’m going to take this offseason to evaluate, to consider all options,” Roethlisberger said.
Erin Andrews Reveals She Battled Cancer During Football SeasonWhile Erin Andrews was interviewing the biggest names in the NFL this season, she was also secretly fighting cervical cancer.
CBS To Air 'NCAA March Madness Bracket Preview Show' On February 11thThe NCAA selection committee will unveil their current Top 16 teams as the nation gears up for the NCAA tournament in March.
Keidel: Jones Is A Throwback At A Time When NFL Desperately Needs OneWhen talking about the holy trinity of wideouts, Julio Jones is always recalled, but too often as honorable mention, obscured by the twin shadows of Antonio Brown and Odell Beckham, Jr. That's going to change.
WATCH: Joakim Noah Badly Misses Free Throw, Knows It ImmediatelyThe Knicks center has had a rough go of things this year at the charity stripe.


Full List: 89th Annual Oscar NomineesThe 89th annual Oscar nominations were announced Tuesday by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. Here's the full list.
National Peanut Butter Day: 5 NYC Eateries Serving Up Delicious TreatsDig in to one of these delectable peanut butter treats in honor of National Peanut Butter Day this Jan. 24.
Must-See Comedy Shows Coming To NYC In Spring 2017It ain't no joke, laughter is the best medicine! Make comedy part of your health maintenance program by stepping out to see some of these amazing comedians this spring.

Best Of Boomer & Carton

Boomer & Carton Podcast & MOTD: Jan. 24, 2017Tuesday's highly anticipated "Moment of the Day" revolved around Craig playing the role of savior on behalf of CBS Sports' Jim Nantz.
Boomer & Carton: C-Lo Talks A Big, And Informative, GameChris Lopresti subbed for Jerry Recco on Tuesday morning, and the guys certainly noticed.
Boomer & Carton: Knicks Surprise Many, Brady Unfairly CriticizedBoomer & Carton recapped the Knicks' big win on Monday night and talked a bit about some unfair treatment they believe is being dropped on Patriots' quarterback Tom Brady.

Best Of Mike Francesa

LISTEN: Brendan Brown Discusses Knicks, Anthony Playing Power ForwardAre the Knicks really better off as a whole with Carmelo Anthony at power forward?
Mike Francesa: 'Steroid Stars' Still Face Extremely Long Hall Of Fame OddsFor the first time, Roger Clemens and Barry Bonds finished on the north side of 50 percent in baseball Hall of Fame voting.
LISTEN: Andrew Miller Discusses His Memorable 2016 Ride With Yankees, IndiansThe left-handed relief pitcher was dealt to the Cleveland Indians, who came within a hair of winning the world championship, falling to the Cubs in extra innings of a classic World Series Game 7.

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