Michelle Obama To Rally With Clinton In North CarolinaHillary Clinton and Michelle Obama are slated to campaign together for the first time at a rally in Winston-Salem, North Carolina.
Khizr Khan Stumps For Hillary Clinton At Virginia MosqueKhizr Khan said the Republican presidential nominee is peddling hate and no less than the "future of the earth" is at stake in the Nov. 8 election.
Donald Trump's Star On Hollywood Walk Of Fame Destroyed By VandalInvestigators were called to the scene before dawn Wednesday following reports that the Republican presidential candidate's star was destroyed by blows from a hammer, Det. Meghan Aguilar said.
Poll: Trump Leading Clinton By 2 Points In FloridaRepublican presidential nominee Donald Trump got some good news in the crucial swing state of Florida on Wednesday.
Spike In Immigrants Illegally Crossing Into US Ahead Of ElectionThere has been a surge of immigrants illegally crossing into the United States leading up to next month’s presidential election.
Trump: Clinton's Syria Policy Will 'Lead To World War Three'Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump is warning Hillary Clinton’s policy on Syria would “lead to World War Three.”
Some UWS Residents Petition To Have Trump's Name Removed From BuildingHundreds of Upper West Side residents have signed a petition to strip Donald Trump’s name off their building.
Trump: 'People Who Control The Political Power' Rigging PollsPolls have shown a tight race in Florida between Democrat Hillary Clinton and Republican Donald Trump.
Clinton, Trump Campaign In Key Battleground StatesWith only 16 days to go, both candidates campaigned in key battleground states Sunday. Clinton was in North Carolina while Trump was in Florida, where CBS battleground polls have him trailing by three points.
CBS Poll: Clinton Holds Narrow Lead In Florida, Trump Ahead In TexasAccording to a new CBS poll, Clinton holds a three-point lead over Trump in Florida, with 46 percent of the vote, as compared to Trump's 43 percent. Trump is currently polling ahead in Texas, with a three percent lead over Clinton.
Trump, Clinton Set Sights On Swing States Ahead Of Election Day Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton are pounding the pavement in some key swing states this weekend, as the race for the White House enters its final stretch.
Presidential Candidates Focus On Voters In Swing StatesHillary Clinton is going after undecided voters, while Donald Trump is vowing to go after his accusers, CBS2's Jessica Moore reported.

More From CBS New York

Get Our Morning Briefs
Bloomberg WCBS Tri-State Business Index

Listen Live