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CBSN New York Goes On Seal Watch ExpeditionSome creatures living in the waters around New York City seem to be making a comeback. Dozens of seals have been spotted along the shores near the Bronx and Staten Island. CBSN New York's Natalie Duddridge reports
FDA Approves First Postpartum DrugCBSN New York's Dr. Max Gomez explains the FDA's approval of the first postpartum drug.
Check Out The New Food At Yankee Stadium!CBSN New York's John Dias shows us what's new to eat at Yankee Stadium
Baby, Woman Seriously Injured In Mastic Beach CrashA baby and a woman suffered serious injuries when two cars crashed in Mastic Beach. Four other people were being treated.
De Blasio, Pelosi Push For New 'Dreamers' ActHouse Speaker Nancy Pelosi joined with Mayor Bill de Blasio and other lawmakers to push for passage of a new "dreamers" act.
Gov. Cuomo Supports Subway Sex Offender BanGov. Andrew Cuomo says he supports a proposal to ban repeat sex offenders from the subway. CBSN New York's Jenna DeAngelis has the details.
Two Killed After Car Plunges Into L.I. SoundTwo people from New Rochelle died after after their SUV crashed into the Long Island sound.
Man Brutally Mugged In QueensA vicious attack was caught on camera in Sunnyside, and police are searching for three suspects in the case. CBSN New York's Marc Liverman has more.
New Jersey Teen Once Homelessness Accepted At 18 Colleges, Lands Dream PickThe story of Dylan Chidick is a tale of triumph over tragedy when, after being n and out of homelessness during his youth, he got admissions letters from 17 schools. On Tuesday, the teen landed this 18th acceptance letter, and it was the one that counted the most: His dream school, The College of New Jersey.
Cow Wrangled On Major Deegan FreewayAn escaped cow was captured by police Tuesday afternoon in the Bronx. CBSN New York's Marc Liverman reports.
NYC Specialized High Schools Not Reflecting City's DiversityNew York City's eight specialized high schools have sent out offers to students, and acceptance rates are a long way from reflecting the Big Apple's diversity. 
Prom Grinch: 20 Dresses Stolen At Giveaway For The NeedyA New Jersey store gave away prom dresses to teens in need. Now police are searching for a woman and her daughter who they say took advantage of the shop's good will and made off with 20 dresses. CBSN New York's Tara Jakeway reports.