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NYPD: Woman Shot Dead In Her East Harlem ApartmentOfficers responded to calls of shots fired at the Lehman Village apartments around 9:30 a.m. Tuesday.
Critics Of Facial Recognition Technology Target NYC And The State With 'Ban The Scan' CampaignFacial recognition uses algorithms to automatically detect faces from surveillance cameras and social media and it tries to match the images with a country-wide mug shot database.
Local Rally Planned In Support Of Indian Farmers After Months-Long Standoff Turns DeadlyDemonstrators stormed the historic Red Fort, where police used buses as barricades and shot tear gas into the crowd. 
Storm Watch: Snow Expected To Turn To Sleet And Rain For Evening CommuteSnow is expected to mix with rain this afternoon, potentially making for a messy evening commute.
COVID Travel Update: Negative Test Now Required To Enter U.S. As Variants SpreadThis comes just as a new variant has been discovered in the country, and as concerns grow nationwide about a shortage of vaccine doses.
34 Years Later, New York State Police Continue To Investigate Disappearance Of Joseph HeltJoseph D. Helt was last seen 34 years ago in Ellenville, N.Y. He was 17 at the time. 
Eviction Moratorium: Brooklyn Couple Says They Can't Kick Tenant Out, Despite Assault Charge And Restraining OrderThe landlords and tenants have been involved in a housing dispute since the pandemic began when they stopped paying rent.
Man And Woman Arrested In Death Of Malcolm Holder, Found Tied Up In Brooklyn ApartmentHolder's home health aide found him tied up and face down in his Crown Heights apartment last Friday.

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2 CBS Executives Placed On Administrative Leave After Allegations Against ThemCBS stations President Peter Dunn and Senior Vice President of News David Friend have both been placed on administrative leave pending the results of a third-party investigation of allegations raised in a recent Los Angeles Times report. Former employees allege the two execuitives' management was racist and sexist.
Kobe Bryant Remembered On Anniversary Of His DeathOne year ago today the world lost a sports legend. Basketball great Kobe Bryant was killed, along with his daughter Gianna and seven others in a helicopter crash in California.
Protests Over Farming Rules In India To Be Held In NYCA large protest is planned in New York City against controversial new laws in India where demonstrations have turned violent.
'Ban The Scan' Campaign Targets Facial Recognition TechnologyA global campaign launched was launched Tuesday to ban facial recognition technology. Critics say it creates privacy issues and can contribute to racial profiling. CBS2's Natalie Duddridge reports.
Impeachment Article Against President Trump Delivered To U.S. SenateA lone article of impeachment accusing former President Donald Trump of inciting an insurrection has been delivered to the U.S. Senate. Skyler Henry reports.
Negative COVID Test Now Required For TravelersNew COVID testing requirements take effect Tuesday for international travelers coming into the U.S. CBS2's John Dias reports.