'WCBS Conversation With Veterans' Sheds Light On Shared ExperiencesJust days ahead of the premiere of The Vietnam War, a PBS documentary series by Ken Burns and Lynn Novick, WCBS Newsradio 880 hosted a conversation with the filmmakers and veterans.
CBS News' Jeff Pegues Talks About His New Book On Race & Policing, 'Black And Blue'He says there's still work to be done, but police departments and communities are working together on reforms, like transparency, accountability, body cameras and increased training.
Russian Spy Ship Spotted Offshore From Connecticut; Congressman Says Goal Is To Test U.S.A Russian spy ship patrolling the East Coast was located near a U.S. submarine base off the coast of Connecticut Wednesday.
Connecticut Sens. Blumenthal, Murphy To Attend Trump's Inauguration 'Out Of Respect For Peaceful Transition Of Power'Sens. Richard Blumenthal and Chris Murphy said they're willing to work with Trump, however, both said the president-elect's recent comments and cabinet picks have been disheartening.
De Blasio To WCBS 880: ‘We Deserve Fairness,’ Mayor Vows To Fight For Water Bill CreditMayor Bill de Blasio has vowed to continue fighting for a water bill credit for hundreds of thousands of families.
Eli Manning To Attend Fundraiser To Keep Legendary Jersey City High School OpenEli Manning will be among the featured guests at a gala dinner to keep a legendary high school open in Jersey City.
WCBS 880 Exclusive: Steve Scott Sits Down With Rep. Peter KingThe Republican congressman discussed the 2016 presidential election, New York security, and more in an exclusive WCBS conversation.
Another 9/11 Firefighter Dies Of Cancer; Zadroga Act Hits Another RoadblockRetired Battalion Chief James Costello, 52, died Nov. 25 from World Trade Center-related cancer.
Congressional Transportation Deal Could Save NY, NJ Mass Transit From Big Budget CutsAlthough new rail tunnels under the Hudson River are not specifically mentioned, the bill is favorable for the Gateway project, giving Amtrak the extra $10 billion over five years.
Jersey City Mayor Says He'll Take State To Court To Protect Liberty State Park From DevelopmentA report released Tuesday by the state Department of Environmental Protection showed that Gov. Chris Christie's administration is considering developments at the cash-strapped park.
Congressional Hearing Focuses On Online Review 'Gag Clauses'Jen Palmer, of Utah, testified before the Senate Commerce Committee, saying a company made her life miserable after she posted a bad review.
Connecticut Senator Who Named Son After Mount McKinley Disappointed By Its Name ChangeThe Obama administration announced Sunday it is changing the name of the mountain, North America's tallest peak.

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