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Second Republican Senator Says She Opposes Filling Ginsburg's Supreme Court Seat Before ElectionSenator Lisa Murkowski of Alaska, a Republican, announced Sunday she is opposed to moving forward with filling the Supreme Court vacancy given the close proximity to the general election.
'A' Train Derailment Causes Power Outage, Extensive Subway Delays In ManhattanIt is believed a man placed something metal on the tracks at around 8:15 a.m. as the train, with 135 people on board, was approaching the station.
N.Y. Attorney General Letitia James Promises To Expedite Release Of Police Body Cam FootageIt was unclear how many cases would be affected by the policy, since the attorney general's office does not review all footage of police interactions with the public.
NYPD: 86 Arrested During 'Abolish ICE' Protest In Times SquarePolice said the demonstration became tense when officers tried to move protesters from the area.
Man Charged With Drunk Driving On Long Island Expressway With Children In CarPolice said they pulled Bryan Ramirez over for changing lanes unsafely, then discovered a 2-year-old and a 6-year-old in the car.
Recovery Effort Resumes For 5-Year-Old Who Fell Into Harlem River Near Randall's IslandThe desperate search resumes Sunday for a 5-year-old boy who fell into the Harlem River on Saturday. Police said the search has turned into a recovery effort for the body
Bronx-Born Desus Nice And The Kid Mero On Remaking Late-Night TVCBS2's Maurice DuBois talks with Desus and Mero, who're changing the game of late-night television.
Lincoln Tunnel Exclusive Bus Lane To Reopen As Traffic Returns To Pre-Pandemic LevelsThe lane has been closed since March, when the coronavirus pandemic started and car traffic dropped by more than 60 percent.