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Thousands March Through Heat, Rain For Tenth Straight Day Of Protests Over Police BrutalityNew York City Councilmember Corey Johnson tells CBS2 elected officials are working on changes.
'This Is A Pandemic That's Been Going On Far Longer Than The Coronavirus': Thousands Of Health Care Workers Take To The Streets In 'White Coats For Black Lives' MarchThe doctors and nurses who spoke to CBS2 say they see the racial disparities in the health care system every day.
Reimagining Education: Preschools Worry They Cannot Reopen Without Government FundingIn April, the city Health Department mandated a shutdown of all independent, education-based childcare centers and preschools.
2 Buffalo Police Officers Charged With Assault After Allegedly Pushing 75-Year-Old Protester Martin GuginoVideo taken Thursday shows police pushing 75-year-old Martin Gugino, who then falls and hits the back of his head on the pavement, causing him to bleed. 
Police Release Video Showing Suspect Wanted For Allegedly Setting Police Vehicle On Fire In BrooklynAccording to police, the suspects used incendiary devices to destroy the vehicle.
Brooklyn Man Charged In Connection To Attack On 3 NYPD OfficersPolice announced the charges against 20-year-old Dzenan Camovic on Saturday.
Coronavirus Reopening: Houses Of Worship Can Open With 25% Capacity For Regions In Phase Two, Gov. Cuomo SaysThe governor said there were only 35 deaths due to coronavirus-related complications Friday, an all-time low.
NYPD Reports Over 1,000 Arrests, Nearly 1,500 Summonses Since Protests BeganThe NYPD also says the citywide 8 p.m. curfew is working on reducing crime and disorder.

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MTA Officials Outline Plans For NYC Phase One ReopeningChairman Pat Foye and Interim President Of New York City Transit Sarah Feinberg held a news conference to discuss the plans for subways and buses as New York City gets set for Phase One reopening on June 8.
Mayor Bill de Blasio Daily BriefingThe mayor discussed ongoing George Floyd protests, the citywide curfew, changes to the NYPD, coronavirus and Phase One reopening at his briefing.
Gov. Cuomo's Media Briefing On George Floyd Protests And Coronavirus Pandemic: June 4, 2020The governor discussed several topics, including the protests, COVID-19, and New York's reopening.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo's Media Briefing On George Floyd Protests And Coronavirus Pandemic: June 3, 2020The governor discusses the NYPD's performance on Tuesday night and the need for protesters to do so safely amid the pandemic.
How Should You Talk To Children About Protests, Racism?WLNY TV's Hazel Sanchez talks to parents and experts about the best way to discuss the protests nationwide in the wake of George Floyd's death while in police custody in Minneapolis.
Cuomo Draws Line Between Protesters And LootersNew York Gov. Andrew Cuomo gives latest update on protests and coronavirus pandemic.
N.J. Gov. Phil Murphy's Daily Coronavirus Briefing: May 28, 2020The governor provides an update on the pandemic and discusses progress being made by the Department of Labor on the unemployment benefits front.
Conn. State Police Discuss Arrest Of UConn Student Accused Of 2 MurdersConnecticut State Police gave an update to discuss the arrest of Peter Manfredonia, the University of Connecticut student accused of killing two people and kidnapping a third.
Gov. Cuomo's Daily Coronavirus Press Conference: May 28, 2020The governor provides the latest update on the virus pandemic and New York's reopening.
Gov. Cuomo's Daily Coronavirus Briefing: May 26, 2020The governor offered the latest update on the data and New York's continuing efforts to reopen the economy.
Gov. Murphy Talks On Allowing Outdoor Graduations For College, High School Class Of 2020Gov. Phil Murphy gave his COVID-19 update on Tuesday, May 26, announcing public graduations would be allowed in New Jersey starting on July 6, 2020.
Coronavirus Update: Gov. Cuomo Updates On COVID-19 Measures In New YorkFor the first time during the coronavirus outbreak since March 25, New York State saw less than 100 death in a 24-hour period linked to COVID-19-related illness, according to Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Saturday, May 23.