Another blast of Arctic air will move into the Tri-State area Thursday, bringing with it potentially record-breaking temperatures.
A new internet trend has millions of followers watching videos of strangers that leads to relaxation and even better sleep.
During the swearing-in ceremony for the new defense secretary, Ashton Carter, Biden got up close and, some say, too personal with Carter’s wife.
The rookie NYPD officer who shot and killed Brooklyn man Akai Gurley has been indicted, an attorney for Gurley’s girlfriend told WCBS 880 Tuesday afternoon.
When you watch television, your TV set might be watching back with new technology that can virtually see or hear what’s going on in your home.
A horrible mistake led to an accused stalker getting the most personal information about the alleged victim—with both saying the police are to blame.
A winter storm is dumping snow and ice across the Tri-State area Monday, causing some dangerous driving conditions.
A murder mystery was unfolding in Middlesex County on Friday night, after a husband and father of two was found dead inside of a house that he was renovating.
A wild pursuit ended in Midwood, Brooklyn ended with a shoplifting suspect in handcuffs Thursday afternoon – but it wasn’t police who caught him.
Highway crews passed over wind-whipped snowdrifts multiple times, as residents slowly began digging out from as much as two feet of snow following a blizzard.
The “Turkey Slurpee” is a popular trick involving slurping up a slice of cold-cut meat, and more and more people are posting videos online to demonstrate their facility at it.
The most iconic Super Bowl ads in recent years have left an indelible mark on our brains. But until now, they’ve never cost so much. A single 30-second spot runs $4.5 million, CBS2’s Weijia Jiang reported.
Jennifer Lopez has been dazzling the world for years – having defined sex appeal from her 20s now to her mid-40s.
An infectious outbreak of the shigella bacterium has already been seen in Brooklyn, and now, the outbreak has spread to the suburbs.
Preliminary results show the cooling towers of a Bronx housing complex are contaminated with Legionnaires’ disease bacteria, according to the New York City health department.