Clinical Trial At Hackensack University Medical Center Aims To Offer Treatment For Alzheimer's AgitationHackensack University Medical Center is starting a clinical trial for a drug that’s actually an antidepressant.
Rare Painting By Cesare Dandini, Believed Lost, Found At New Rochelle ChurchFor 60 years or so, the art world had no idea the missing painting resided at Holy Family Church.
NYC Vaccine Mandate: Where And How To Show Proof Of Vaccination For Indoor ActivitiesThe mandate takes effect August 17, and enforcement will begin on September 13.
After More Than A Year, The Show Must Go On: More Broadway Shows Announce Plans To Resume PerformancesThe road to reopening Broadway is well underway. See which performances are coming back and when.
Ida Resources: How To Report Damage, Find Shelter, Food, Mental Health Support & MoreHurricane season is bringing extreme weather to the Tri-State Area, including widespread flooding. 
Nate Burleson On Co-Hosting 'CBS Mornings': 'The One Thing I Do Very Well Is Tell A Story'Nate Burleson talks with us about co-hosting "CBS Mornings" with Gayle King and Tony Dokoupil and how his career as an NFL wide receiver prepared him for this moment.
New Yorker On A Mission To Help Delivery Worker Caught On Video Wading Through Floodwater During IdaLos Deliveristas Unidos, the group that advocates for delivery workers, points out he was among many braving the storm.
How To Help: Growing Concerns About Women And Girls Under Taliban Rule In AfghanistanAs the Taliban take control of Afghanistan, there are growing concerns about women and girls in the country. 
Brooklyn Residents Rally To Save What's Left Of Grand Prospect Hall From DemolitionThe Grand Prospect Hall was built more than 120 year ago and now a group is fighting for its future.
Mother Of Marine Photographed Holding Baby In Afghanistan Says Viral Picture Brought Comfort To FamilyThe photo shows Marine Sgt. Matthew Jaffe, who grew up on the Upper West Side, calmly cradling a baby in the middle of chaos at the airport in Kabul.
Only On 2: Drivers Frustrated By Parking 'App-Palooza' Across Westchester CountyWestchester drivers who want the convenience of paying for parking with a smartphone app face the irritating task of downloading numerous apps to park in different parts of the county.