Every Sunday morning around 8:20 on CBS 2 HD News, the Humane Society of New York City will feature some of its many great pets up for adoption.
A teeming, cheering crowd of 1 million filled Times Square as the ball dropped in Times Square, as New York City and the world said goodbye to 2012 and welcomed a new year and a clean slate for 2013.
A federal judge in New York has given two years of probation to an artist who created the “HOPE” poster that came to symbolize Barack Obama’s 2008 presidential campaign. He was sentenced Friday in Manhattan.
Patrick Deck, 52, is facing three counts of invasion of privacy stemming from the alleged incident at the popular amusement park.
The puppies, who have been named Faith and Hope, are about 3 to 4-months-old and are believed to be either Mastiffs or Great Danes.
In this edition of Furry Friend Finder CBS 2′s Don Dahler and Vanessa Murdock introduce us to Hope and Dylan.
The creator of the Barack Obama “HOPE” poster pleaded guilty Friday to criminal contempt, saying he made a “terrible decision” in 2009 to destroy some documents and fabricate others in a civil lawsuit pertaining to The Associated Press photograph he relied upon to make the poster
During one of the coldest nights of the year, volunteers will be out counting the number of homeless on the streets.
Federal Judge Alvin Hellerstein said in a one-page order that a “suggestion of settlement” led him to dismiss claims between Shepard Fairey and the AP.