More than 873,000 veterans are waiting for claim decisions. The reason: an antiquated paper filing system; plus a flood of new claims from Vietnam vets who are getting older.
This week on Eye On New York, Hollywood awards season is heating up and CBS 2’s Katie McGee has a look at the frontrunners for this year’s Oscars. Kids’ night on Broadway gives children a chance to catch great, live, theater at half the price.
When will Santa hit the Tri-State Area? It’s hard to say exactly. By midday Monday, he was flying over Pakistan, according to NORAD.
The ASPCA recommends non-toxic decorations such as wood, fabric or even pine cones.
Thanksgiving will have special meaning for a Holocaust survivor who on Wednesday was able to meet a member of the family who rescued her from Nazi tyranny. The two women had not seen each other since the end of World War II.
If you’re looking to carve your pumpkin like a pro, Bruce Warren is the person to talk to.
If you’re planning to view the parade in person from the streets of New York City, this is your insider guide for making the most of it. We have your information on where to watch, parade route changes for 2012 and tips for bringing your family along.
Hundreds of thousands are depending on good weather Wednesday for the Macy’s Fourth of July Fireworks Show. And just in case Mother Nature doesn’t cooperate, there will be plenty of contingencies in place.
This is a weekend when everyone claims to be Irish, and it was a time to “go green” on Friday afternoon at the city’s 77th St. Patrick’s Day parade.
CBS2′s Cindy Hsu met with fitness expert Nikki Kimbrough to learn some helpful tips for getting in shape in the New Year.
Today’s warmer weather is expected to bring out a record number of revelers with nearly a million spectators set to pack into Times Square.
Animal Care & Control of NYC has some tips to help you take care of your pets over the holidays.
Hundreds of volunteers gave up part of their Christmas Eve to feed residents in the New York City area who are too sick to help themselves.
Arbishop Timothy Dolan called Christmas a booster shot of hope for New York, and the world.
From New Jersey to Washington State, secret Santas are making some strapped for cash shoppers very happy.