Seventy years ago Tuesday, Russian troops liberated the infamous Auschwitz Nazi death camp in Poland – giving the world its first glimpse of the atrocities committed against Jews and other minorities.
Pope Francis will be visiting the U.S. in September and will be making a stop in New York – but just what will he do?
Dashcam video shows the traffic stop and all the events that led to the shooting. But important questions have been raised into exactly what happened.
The terrorists believed to be behind the attack on a satirical newspaper in Paris traveled to Yemen for training. Now, the government in that country is on the verge of collapse and ISIS is again threatening to kill hostages.
Some people were just looking for a place to live in Upper Manhattan, but they ended up falling victim to a scam.
Hundreds of fellow officers lined the street outside Mount Sinai Hospital as Officer Andrew Dossi left Friday afternoon.
Following a recent wave of anti-Semitic attacks across Europe, people in Brooklyn are worried about their streets, their schools and their synagogues, and say now is the time to hire additional protection.
Police union leaders have called for de Blasio to apologize for not supporting the NYPD following the grand jury’s decision not to indict a white officer in the apparent chokehold death of Eric Garner, an unarmed black man.
Gov. Chris Christie used his annual State of the State address to try to sell himself to a national audience as he prepares for a potential presidential run.
The hack apparently started at 12:30 p.m. with a message that read “American soldiers, we are coming, watch your back. ISIS.”
The attacks in Paris raise new questions about just how terrorists operate. And now the question of “Is there a changing face of terrorism?” has been raised as well, CBS2’s Dick Brennan reported.
France’s prime minister, Manuel Valls, said the two suspects still at large in the Charlie Hebdo slayings — Cherif Kouachi, 32, and his 34-year-old brother, Said Kouachi — were known to intelligence services.
Sony Pictures Entertainment has announced a limited theatrical release of “The Interview” beginning Thursday, putting the comedy back into theaters.
Two murdered New York City police officers received a farewell salute as their bodies left Woodhull hospital.
Friction boiled over again on Thursday between unions representing NYPD officers and Mayor Bill de Blasio.