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Ring Smart Camera Claims They Were Not Hacked, Terrorized NYC Family Used Same Passwords Stolen From Other SitesThe 13-year-old boy was home alone when a mysterious voice came from the family's ring cameras.
NYPD: Officers Shoot Suspect Who Pointed Fake Gun At Them In The BronxAccording to police, the man had been walking around with what appeared to be a gun near East 167th Street and Findlay Avenue.
Cardinal Dolan, Catholic Charities Take Hundreds Of NYC Families In Need Holiday ShoppingSaturday was spent spreading kindness and love. For those who stepped inside a Manhattan K-mart that's exactly what you found hundreds of volunteers doing.
Jersey City Shooting: FBI Recovers White Van With Possible Connection To ShootingThe FBI will examine the van for any evidence.
Church Services, Vigils Planned To Mark 7th Anniversary Of Sandy Hook ShootingTwenty first graders and six educators were killed at the Newtown school on Dec. 14, 2012.
NYC Paying $625K To Mother Who Had Child Pulled Away From Her By OfficersIn the video, officers are seen pulling the woman's 18-month-old son away from her as they responded to a call about a dispute with a security guard.
Hundreds Of Kris Kringle Lookalikes Hit New York For SantaConThe annual pub crawl started at 10 a.m. at the red steps in Times Square between 46th and 47th streets.
Suspects Seen Trying To Pry Open Window In Attempted Burglary In The BronxPolice say two men climbed the fire escape and tried to pry open a locked window.

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Cardinal Dolan Helps Families In Need With Holiday ShoppingCBSN New York's Marc Liverman has the latest on the shopping event held for families in need by Cardinal Dolan and Catholic Charities.
Ring Says Network Was Not Compromised During Staten Island HackingSecurity camera company Ring says their network was not compromised after a Staten Island family was terrorized by a hacker accessing their system.
Suspect Shot After Pointing Fake Gun At NYPDCBSN New York's Charlie Cooper has the latest on the police-involved shooting in the Bronx after officers say a suspect pointed a fake handgun at police.
Video Shows Two Men Try To Pry Open Bronx Apartment WindowA bold burglary attempt was caught on camera in the Bronx.
Organ Donor In Need Saves Himself While Trying To Save A FriendOne man living in manhattan is hoping someone comes forward to help save his life in a state where ten thousand people are currently waiting for organs. CBSN New York's Nina Kapur reports.
Coffee With Vets Event Collects Toys To Support Veteran CausesCBS2's Cindy Hsu and Chris Wragge were joined by veterans at Peacocks and Apes as part of the Coffee With Vets series, this time raising donations for the Marines' Toys For Tots campaign.
Tips On Shopping Union Square's Holiday MarketThe Union Square Holiday Market, the oldest of its kind in New York City, is a one-stop-shop for locals looking to get unique gifts for anyone on their shopping list. CBSN New York's John Dias reports.
Kids Go On Shopping Spree With Police Officers As Part Of Heroes & Helpers ProgramFifty kids from the Westbury School District went on a holiday shopping spree with police officers. CBSN New York's Charlie Cooper reports.
Woman Slashed In The Face In East HarlemThe attack happened around 7 a.m. at 116th Street and Madison Avenue. The woman was rushed to Saint Luke's Hospital and is expected to survive. CBSN New York's Dana Tyler reports.
Camera Shows 2 Men Robbing 18-Year-Old Woman In BrooklynThe frightening ordeal was caught on camera shortly before 1:30 a.m. on Nov. 27 in the 1100 block along 60th Street near 12th Avenue in Borough Park. CBSN New York's Christina Fan reports.
Jersey City Shooting: Tunnel-To-Towers To Pay Off Slain Officer's MortgageThe Stephen Siller Tunnel-To-Towers Foundation announced it is raising funds to pay off Det. Joseph Seals' mortgage. The 13-year veteran leaves behind his wife and five children. CBSN New York's Jessica Moore reports.
Jersey City Shooting: N.J. Gov. Murphy Meets Wth Interface LeadersNew Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy met with interfaith leaders at Temple Beth-El to show support and solidarity after the deadly attack in Jersey City on Tuesday. CBSN New York's Mary Calvi reports.