Killer Tide: The Mental Health Reform ActPassed at the very end of President Barack Obama's term, it was the first major mental health care legislation in a decade.
Killer Tide: The Voices Of AddictionOnce considered a scourge of the inner cities, opioid abuse has now moved into middle and upper class neighborhoods.
WATCH: Author Tony Robbins Talks About Turning A Financial Crash Into An OpportunityIn a special edition of Author Talks, WCBS 880's Ray Hoffman sits down with Tony Robbins to discuss his latest book, Unshakeable: Your Financial Freedom Playbook.
Killer Tide: The Opioid EpidemicOpioids, both prescription and illicit, are killing people across the Tri-State Area in record numbers.
From The Vault: National Rail Strike In 1970Rail service across the nation came to a halt during a one day strike on December 12, 1970.
A WCBS 880 Christmas Poem: Bring Love To Your HeartWCBS 880's Peter Haskell delivers a Christmas poem.
Views From The Bridge: New Goethals Span Edges Towards CompletionThe $1.5 billion bridge will replace the existing Goethals Bridge, an aging structure dating back to the 1920s that has now become functionally obsolete.
Stories From Main Street: Disabled Students Excel In Bergen County Internship ProgramDumont 20-year-old Elizabeth Gongora has faced several challenges in her life. Growing up there were concerns that her disabilities could hold her back.
De Blasio: NYC, NJ Bombing Suspect Should Be Considered 'Armed And Dangerous'This was the first time the city has used the Office of Emergency Management's city-wide alert system to send information about the suspect directly to residents' smartphones.
NYC Marks Start Of Atlantic Hurricane Season With New Flood Safety InitiativesThe new signs will outline the borders of designated hurricane or coast flooding evacuation zones -- letting residents know if they're in a zone, rather than marking an evacuation center.
Photos: Fleet Week Kicks Off With Parade Of Ships In NYCThe 28th annual Fleet Week kicked off today in New York City.
Young Democrats Debate At CBS Radio New YorkYoung supporters from both the Clinton and Sanders campaigns debated issues in the race for president.

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