South Jersey Residents Weigh In With Questions For Gubernatorial Candidates At Virtual Town HallQuestions on subjects from climate change to the expansion of casino gambling were raised Tuesday as New Jersey residents got another opportunity to ask question for the gubernatorial candidates in a third virtual town hall.
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.
Both Nassau Executive Candidates Take Issue With New Fees In County BudgetA property tax cap is forcing Nassau and Suffolk counties on Long Island to find other sources of revenue for 2018.
Trump On North Korea: 'Rocket Man Is On A Suicide Mission'President Donald Trump talked tough on North Korea, terrorism and the Iranian nuclear deal as he delivered his first address before the United Nations General Assembly.
Cuomo Endorses De Blasio For Reelection As MayorGov. Andrew Cuomo on Monday endorsed Mayor Bill de Blasio for reelection.
Taxes, Infrastructure, Drug Laws Among Subjects Of Questions For N.J. Gubernatorial Candidates At Virtual Town HallFacebook and Reddit users posed more questions Monday for the New Jersey gubernatorial candidates at a second virtual town hall meeting.
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.
Schumer Calls On Feds To Prevent Gas Price Gouging After HurricanesU.S. Senate Minority Leader Charles Schumer (D-New York) called on the federal government to institute a gouge watch Sunday, as gas prices remain high after Hurricanes Irma and Harvey.
Connecticut Gov. Malloy Vows To Veto GOP-Backed Budget PlanThe House voted 78-72 early Saturday to approve the $40.7 billion plan. Six Democrats were swayed to support it.
President Donald Trump Delivers Weekly AddressPresident Donald Trump delivers his weekly address, courtesy of the White House.
Illinois Senator Dick Durbin Delivers Weekly Democratic AddressIllinois Senator Dick Durbin delivered the weekly Democratic address, courtesy of Senate Democrats.
New York City Schools Are Inadequate On Sex Education, Stringer SaysThe New York City comptroller’s office said not all middle and high school students are being taught sex education as required by law.