Hunter College Students Conduct Study To See If Chivalry Is Dead On The SubwayHunter College students studied 5,000 subway riders at 21 stations over the course of a month. They found that chivalry may not be dead after all.
California Mother Reunited With Family After Alleged KidnappingA missing California mother has been found safe and sound. The 34-year-old woman was back with her family Friday.
Toys 'R' Us Stops Selling Tonka Dump Trucks After Toy Vehicle Fire In Washington StateToys ‘R’ Us has pulled a Tonka toy dump truck model, after a Washington state couple had one of the toys burst into flames in the back of their vehicle.
Mom Suing After Son's Hand Gets Stuck In NJ Mall EscalatorA Westchester County woman is suing after her young son's hand got stuck in an escalator at a New Jersey mall.
CBS2 Exclusive: Good Samaritan Comforts Man Before He Dies In Bronx Hit-And-RunPolice late Thursday were looking for a hit-and-run driver who killed a 72-year-old man as he was crossing the street in the Bronx.
‘The Guy Jumped Through The Roof,’ Burglary Caught On Camera At Brooklyn Start-UpThe dangling derelict made his way into Nooklyn's headquarters in northern Flatbush around 2 a.m. last Thursday.
Affordable Care Act’s Uncertain Future Has More Women Looking Into Long Term Birth ControlTrump told the Wall Street Journal that he favors protecting patients from being denied coverage based on pre-existing conditions.
‘Somewhere For People To Express Themselves:’ For Some, Post-It Project Serves As TherapyA local artist is offering free therapy for New Yorkers that doesn't involve talking. Among the crowds of commuters underground at Union Square there's subway scribble that serves as a form of taciturn therapy.
Voters Flock To Polling Places, Brave Long Lines Around CountryAs voters flooded polling places across the country Tuesday, some reported problems in several places -- in addition to many long lines.
Long Island Army Veteran Honored With Service Dog At Giants GameThere was huge praise and a big surprise for a Long Island Army veteran at MetLife Stadium Sunday.
FBI, NYPD Assessing Possible Terror Threat On Day Before ElectionThough no specific locations are mentioned, it is believed New York, Texas and Virginia are all possible targets, CBS News reports.
Glamour Magazine Honors Bono On 'Women Of The Year' List, Getting Mixed ReactionsU2 singer Bono made the list for his “Poverty is Sexist” campaign, which advocates for education and AIDs protection for girls around the world.

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