Demanding Answers: Did Homeless Get The Heave-Ho Before De Blasio Appearance?The city's massive homeless problem was unintentionally highlighted on Thursday, after some were moved to provide a more pleasing backdrop for Mayor Bill de Blasio's press conference.
Murphy, Guadagno Spar In Final N.J. Gubernatorial DebateRepublican candidate Lieutenant Gov. Kim Guadagno and Democrat Phil Murphy tackled the main issues on the minds of voters Wednesday night.
Trump Fumes Over Schumer's Flip-Flop On Iran Nuclear DealSenate Minority Leader Charles Schumer (D-N.Y.) was on the hot seat Tuesday night, forced to explain his flip-flop on the Iran nuclear deal.
DA Cyrus Vance Announces Independent Review Of Fundraising ApparatusIt looked like it was just another day outside the Manhattan District Attorney's Office on Hogan Place -- except it wasn't.
De Blasio: No Funds For Housing For Puerto Ricans Coming To New YorkMayor Bill de Blasio said there will be health and educational support for those coming to New York for Puerto Rico. But he said finding a place to stay is up to those who arrive.
Insults Thrown Like Bar Stools As Candidates Slug It Out In Mayoral Debate Mayor Bill de Blasio and two opponents met in a debate Tuesday night, that was still reverberating the next day.
De Blasio, Malliotakis, Dietl Square Off In Heated, Raucous Mayoral DebateMayor Bill de Blasio on Tuesday faced Republican challenger Nicole Malliotakis and independent Bo Dietl in the first general mayoral debate.
Weapons Seizures, Bronx School Stabbing Bring Renewed Calls For More Metal DetectorsThere was more fallout Monday, from the fatal stabbing at a Bronx school.
Bullying, Safety Concerns Persist After Deadly Stabbing Inside Bronx SchoolThe deadly stabbing inside a classroom at a Bronx high school on Wednesday, has many wondering about anti-bullying efforts in city schools.
Group Calls Columbus Statue Vandalism ‘An Instrument Of Hate Against Italian Americans’With a new social media campaign targeting Columbus Day, the NYPD is ramping up plans to protect statues across the city.
CBS2 Exclusive: New School Year, New Complaints About Contaminated Food Given To NYC StudentsJust days into the new school year, there are already problems with the food served to New York City’s 1.1 million students.
Critics Slam Cuomo, De Blasio For Rallying With Striking Spectrum Cable WorkersGov. Andrew Cuomo and Mayor Bill de Blasio were facing criticism Monday for taking part in a rally supporting striking cable workers.

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