We like to have a good time on this show — in and out of the studio. Our show’s producers collected a few fun moments from 2012 to celebrate a successful and exciting year.
From a faux-glow phenom to the storm that ravaged the area and an incredibly tragic school shooting, 2012 was anything but a quiet year in the Tri-State. As we prepare for 2013, CBSNewYork takes a look back at the most talked about stories of the year.
With the year coming to an end, many of us are looking back at the stories and events that shaped 2012.
The Mayan 2012 prophecy says that a series of cataclysmic events will destroy the planet on Friday — December 21, 2012 — the date when the Mayan calendar officially ends.
It is not news when Republicans try to block access to the ballot box for poor, minority and elderly voters. What is unusual is that Republicans are admitting it.
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie is obviously in the wrong business. He is becoming more of a television celebrity by the minute and getting much better reviews as a television performer than as governor.
Rove has managed to spin himself a personal fortune in national politics. His reputation, however, does not match his accomplishments.
Election Day 2012 coverage updated continuously throughout the day and night.
Today, Republicans feel a combination of confusion, disbelief, and anger as to how a slim majority of Americans can possibly want four more years of the Obama administration in the White House. To many, it seems inconceivable that people want to take a chance on more of the same.
After two years and more than two billion dollars spent, President Obama was returned to Washington with a clear mandate on the economy and the direction of the country.
For those folks who have a view of the Manhattan skyline, there will be another way to keep track of who won the presidential election.
Obama plays basketball and Romney campaigns on Election Day
While Mitt Romney talks about binders full of women, Democrats have ballots full of women.
Unfortunately, political poll after political poll reveals that the presidential election of 2012 has much to do – in fact, more to do – with the race of the presidential candidate than most anything else.
From Florida and Ohio early vote disasters with long lines to power outages in Connecticut, New Jersey and New York there are doubts that some people will have the opportunity to participate in this election.