NYC Commission Reviewing Controversial Monuments Holds First Public HearingThe public will get its first chance to voice their concerns about several controversial monuments throughout the city before a special commission appointed by Mayor Bill de Blasio.
Judge Declares Mistrial In Menendez Bribery Trial After Jury Says They're DeadlockedMenendez is charged with accepting gifts from Florida eye doctor Salomon Melgen in exchange for political influence.
Still No Verdict In Menendez Bribery Trial As Jury Concludes 7th Day Of DeliberationsDefense attorneys pushed for the judge to instruct the jury that a deadlock can be an acceptable outcome to the case.
Another Day Without A Verdict In Menendez Trial As Possible Mistrial LoomsThe panel sent a note to the judge Monday afternoon saying they couldn't reach a unanimous verdict on any of the 18 counts in the indictment against Menendez and a wealthy friend.
Newark Veterans Seek Donations To Rebuild VFW Destroyed By FireAs the nation honors and remembers its veterans, a group of service members in Newark is looking to regain what it lost.
No Verdict In Menendez Bribery Trial, As Jury Loses A MemberJurors finished their third full day of deliberations on Thursday without a verdict.
Deliberations Continue At Sen. Menendez TrialMenendez is accused of accepting gifts from his wealthy friend in exchange for using his office to advance the doctor's personal and business interests.
Jury Begins Deliberations In Menendez Bribery TrialAttorneys concluded closing arguments Monday afternoon as the trial entered its 10th week.
Over 2 Million Turn Out For 2017 TCS New York City Marathon Less Than One Week After Lower Manhattan Terror AttackThe day was dedicated to spirit and pride, and was marked by an unprecedented police presence to protect both the runners and the expected two and a half million spectators cheering them on.
PHOTOS: The Scene Around Town For The 2017 TCS New York City MarathonSome of the fine folks covering the race for CBSNewYork took to social media to give us an inside look at the scene around town.
Strike Averted For Westchester County School Bus WorkersThe union representing drivers, monitors and mechanics said a contract deal was reached Friday, so workers will not walk off the job Monday.
NYC Comptroller Stringer: 'Ineptitude' At Board Of Elections 'Is Disenfranchising Our Residents'"We have uncovered deep dysfunction," said City Comptroller Scott Stringer, unveiling an audit of 156 polling sites - and finding problems in 90% of them.