Donald Trump Is Time Magazine's Person Of The YearTime magazine on Wednesday named President-elect Donald Trump its Person of the Year.
5 Classic Toys Making A High-Tech Comeback This Holiday SeasonThis holiday season, toy makers are blending nostalgia with technology -- offering a whole new type of fun kids that will take adults back to their childhoods too.
Pearl Harbor: United States, Japan Remember On 75th Anniversary Of AttackA wreath laying ceremony will be held at the U.S. Intrepid in Manhattan to honor those who lost their lives in the attack on Pearl Harbor on Dec. 7, 1941.
NYC May Have To Pay Bulk Of $35 Million Trump Security TabThe NYPD and Mayor Bill de Blasio requested $35 million as reimbursement for the additional police manpower and overtime. But congressional Republicans unveiled a spending bill that would give the city just $7 million.
Search On For Suspect In Attack On Muslim MTA WorkerPolice released a sketch of the suspect who they say assaulted and taunted the MTA employee as she headed to work on Monday at Grand Central Terminal.
Repairs Underway After Massive Sinkhole Opens Up In BrooklynThe FDNY says the street collapsed beneath a school bus around 4:30 p.m. Tuesday on 23rd Street between 5th and 6th avenues in Windsor Terrace.
Long Island Families Poke Fun At Neighbors’ Holiday DisplayThe Paganelli family next door knew there was no way to overshadow the Engel's dazzling display, so they decided to get clever.
President-Elect Continues "Thank You" Tour In North CarolinaTrump was far less bombastic than during the tour's kickoff in Ohio last week, striking more of the healing notes traditionally delivered by a president-to-be in the weeks after a bruising election.
Police Release Sketch Of Man Connected To Assault Of Muslim MTA EmployeeThe assault took place Monday morning as the victim was heading to work on the 7 train and comes on the same day Mayor Bill de Blasio decried the alleged weekend harassment of a Muslim NYPD officer.
NYPD Officer Buys Socks For Homeless Man Seen Digging Through Trash In Grand CentralA New York City transit police officer has made good on a promise he made a homeless man.
Police Looking For Suspects In Bronx Deli RobberyPolice responded to the Express Deli on Bainbridge Avenue just after midnight Tuesday, where two individuals allegedly approached the store's employees and demanded money at gunpoint.
PSEG Outages Up, Residents Demand AnswersCBS2's Carolyn Gusoff reports that outages are up 37 percent over last year, with nearly 270,000 reported since January.

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