Academy Award-winning actress Gwyneth Paltrow appeared to be suffering from a split public personality Wednesday night.
CBS 2′s Dana Tyler sat down with actress Rita Moreno to discuss her memoir, and spoke with CBS 2′s own Dr Max Gomez about his new book
A push is underway to ban dogs from a public park because some people believe that they are making too much of a mess.
New figures Tuesday said 95,000 homes on Long Island were destroyed or damaged by Superstorm Sandy – but from Long Island to Manhattan, many home and business owners have found that their insurance companies will not cover their damage.
A 22-year-old Marine visiting Manhattan for the first time was struck and killed by a car while crossing 12th Avenue.
The USS New York, which includes 7.5 tons of steel salvaged from the collapsed World Trade Center, steamed into her namesake’s harbor Wednesday as Navy ships and Coast Guard cutters dropped anchor for Fleet Week.
The Siena College poll shows Gov. Andrew Cuomo increased his already high approval rating but that 41 percent feel New Yorkers are losers in the budget that cut spending by 2 percent.
Sen. Charles Schumer says New Yorkers could be missing tens of millions dollars in unclaimed tax refunds and college tuition tax credits.
Sen. Charles Schumer promised to fight tooth and nail a potential 12 percent New York electric bill rate hike authorized by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission.
New York City officials have confirmed that three New Yorkers contracted cholera while in the Dominican Republic for a wedding.
A new, well-financed partnership plying both fundamentals of democracy and modern high-stakes lobbying plans to bring Albany’s fight over public school aid into New Yorkers’ homes.
As the blizzard conditions continue in the Tri-State Area, Citymeals-on-Wheels is asking that New Yorkers look out for elderly neighbors in this time of emergency.
More than 400 volunteers came to the Park Slope Armory in Brooklyn to server over 2,000 New Yorkers a hot meal on Christmas day.
U.S. Sen. Charles Schumer says New Yorkers are owed $1 billion in tax credits for tuition they paid.
The study released earlier this month finds the private sector is sagging under the cost of providing health care. Sixty-six percent of companies surveyed say they are struggling a great deal or somewhat to maintain coverage for employees.