Subway Derailment In Harlem Caused By 'Human Error,' MTA SaysIt's unclear when normal service will resume, but the MTA said employees will be working all night to have it restored by the morning rush.
Iconic 'Mitzvah Bus' In Brooklyn Goes Up In FlamesAs CBS2's Ali Bauman reported, locals aren't letting the act of vandalism shake their faith.
Best-Selling Author Brad Thor On His Latest Thriller ‘Use of Force’The book touches on relevant topics, like terrorism, ISIS, Syria, and even Burning Man.
NYC Rent Guideline Board Votes To Hike RentsThe New York City Rent Guideline Board voted Tuesday to hike rents by 1.25 percent on one-year leases and 2 percent on two-year leases.
Cops: Would-Be Robbers Beat Man With Broomstick In Brownsville, BrooklynPolice say the 25-year-old victim was aboard a southbound "L" train as it approached the Sutter Avenue subway station in Brownsville when he was approached by two men who tried to steal his cellphone.
Beating Of Disabled Man In Chelsea Probed As Possible Hate CrimeThe NYPD is looking for a man who allegedly beat a disabled man while shouting a homophobic slur Monday afternoon in Chelsea.
Westchester County Unveils Plan To Vet Uber & Lyft DriversRide sharing is coming soon to Westchester County, and officials say they are the driving force behind a new program to make sure passengers are in good hands.
Senate GOP Leaders Delay Vote On Health Care BillSenate GOP leaders have abruptly delayed the vote on their plan to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act until after July 4th recess.
Rockland County Pedestrian Crash Leads To Long Sought After Safety ChangesA mother and her three children remain hospitalized Tuesday night after being hit by a car in Rockland County Monday afternoon.

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