Nor'easter Brings Flooding To Coastal Areas Of NY, NJMany areas along the shorelines in New York and New Jersey were left partially underwater Monday, as a nor'easter moved through the area.
City To Pay Up To $65 Million Over Tickets Issued By NYPD, Later DismissedThe City of New York has agreed to pay up to $75 million to settle a lawsuit accusing police of issuing hundreds of thousands of summonses that were later dismissed on legal grounds.
California Storms Blamed For At Least Three DeathsOne of the largest storms in years hit the Golden State over the weekend, with heavy rain and rushing water submerging much of southern California Sunday, causing mudslides and turning typically dry roads into rivers.
Nor'Easter Downs Trees, Power Lines Around Tri-State AreaA high wind warning is in effect for east or northeast winds of 25 to 40 mph with gusts of up to 60 mph.
Long Island Town Considers Dangerous Dog PenaltiesThe town supervisor says Brookhaven is considering adopting new penalties under a proposal that includes expanding the definition of a dangerous dog to include a dog that attacks other pets or service animals.
Worries Mount Over Virtual Home Assistants Recording Private ConversationsMillions of homes now have virtual assistants that are designed to respond to your verbal commands.
CBS2 Exclusive: ‘I’d Be Dead Right Now,’ Stranger Rescues Straphanger From Surprise AttackA man was thankful to be alive on Monday, after he was almost pushed over the tracks as a train was coming in.
Cuomo Echoes Trump's Words In 'Buy American' SpeechNew York state Gov. Andrew Cuomo had a different tone Monday as he talked about his future plans.
Popular Kips Bay Tailor Recovering After Attack By Knife Wielding ThiefPolice have been searching for the man who attacked and tried to rob a beloved tailor in Kips Bay on Monday.
Nor'Easter Causing Mass Transit Delays Across Tri-State AreaDowned overhead wires near Linden are wreaking havoc along NJ TRANSIT's Northeast Corridor line, where service has resumed with residual delays in both directions between New York Penn Station and Trenton.
Press Secretary Spicer Says White House Intends 'Never To Lie To You'In his first White House press conference, Press Secretary Sean Spicer told reporters that the Trump administration's "intention is never to lie to you.''
Felonies Down Across New York’s Transit System, But Assaults SpikeCrime in New York City subways was down 3.5 percent last year, but the news was not all good.

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