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Fewer Arrests On Second Night Of Curfew In New York City, Some Looting ReportedAs the sun went down, police blocked traffic below 96th Street for the first night of the 8 p.m. curfew – an effort to curb looting and violence that has broken out at nightfall.
Woman Seen On Video Shoved To Ground By NYPD Officer Demands AccountabilityVideo shows the officer push Dounya Zayer during a protest near Barclays Center on Friday.
Thousands March Peacefully In New York City, But Many Ignore 8 p.m. CurfewOnce the curfew started, the NYPD was on the lookout for specific groups of younger people that have been taking away from the spirit of the Floyd protests.
NYPD: 1 Dead In Police-Involved Shooting In Crown HeightsThe NYPD said officers shot an armed man while responding to a call of shots fired in Crown Heights.
Decision To Open Day Camps In New York Met With Relief, But Some Parents Still Mulling Their Next MoveAnother step has been taken on the road to reopening in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic.
Business Owners Along Devastated Fordham Road In The Bronx Not Convinced Of Looters' MotivationOne of the city's most vibrant shopping districts is trying to recover and wondering what happened.
Child Psychologist Talks To CBS2 About How Parents Should Discuss Racism And Activism: 'Use This As A Teachable Moment'Child psychologist Reena Patel discusses how parents can have productive conversations with their children about the current events unfolding in America.
NYPD Officers Have Conflicting Feelings As They Deal With The 'War Zone' And Public PerceptionFor the NYPD rank and file, dealing with the peaceful George Floyd protests and the violent looting has been a huge task.

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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.
Coronavirus In New York: Gov. Cuomo Gives Update On COVID-19, Reopening TimingGov. Andrew Cuomo talked Friday, May 22, about when decisions would be made on opening up Long Island and Mid-Hudson regions after 10 weeks of economy shutdown caused by the threat of the COVID-19 coronavirus.
Mayor Bill de Blasio COVID-19 Update For Friday, May 22Mayor Bill de Blasio talked about how New York City will manage social distancing and keeping people safe from further coronavirus infections over the Memorial Day weekend.
Gov. Murphy Updates On COVID-19's Impact On New Jersey Economy, JobsWhile the rate of COVID-19 infections continues to drop in New Jersey, the economic toll is growing as now 1 in 7 working-age adults in the state are seeking unemployment benefits from a system crippled by the massive backlog of claims.
Gov. Cuomo Gives Thursday COVID-19 Update On New YorkA day after the World Health Organization announced the worst 24-hour increase of more than 100,000 new COVID-19 cases since the global outbreak began, New York State had it's best number with only 246 new confirmed infections - but there's a conflict about keeping new cases from coming back to New York.