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COVID Vaccine: Historic Abyssinian Baptist Becomes First Church In New York City To Administer ShotsThe historic Abyssinian Baptist Church on West 138th Street filled all 250 appointments.
CBS News Live Updates: Small Protests Held At Heavily Guarded State Capitols As Inauguration Week BeginsWashington, D.C., turned into a fortress as the week of President-elect Joe Biden's inauguration began, but President Trump remained out of sight in his final weekend in office.
NYPD Hunting For 2 Suspects In Fatal Shooting Inside Staten Island Recording StudioThe deadly incident happened Saturday night on Van Duzer Street in the Grymes Hill section of the borough.
Coronavirus Impact: Some Columbia University Students Say They're Prepared To Withhold Payments If Tuition Isn't LoweredCoronavirus pandemic fallout has impacted the way college students learn.
Hunts Point Produce Market Workers On Strike Over Wage DisputeThe produce shelves at your neighborhood grocer may not be full because most workers at the Hunts Point Terminal Market in the Bronx are now on strike.
CBS2 Weather Headlines: Expect Clear And Cold Conditions Sunday NightIt was a crisp and blustery finish to the weekend as temperatures on Sunday were in the mid 40s, though strong winds made it feel like the 20s and 30s.
Famed Music Producer Phil Spector, Who Was Convicted Of Murder, Dead At 81California state prison officials said he died Saturday of natural causes at a hospital.
COVID Vaccine Demand Outpacing Supply; More Appointments Canceled As New Vaccination Centers Open In New York CityNew York City is opening more vaccination sites, including one in Harlem on Sunday, but it's still a challenge for many to actually get the shot.