CBS2 Gets Exclusive Look Inside Moynihan Station Ahead Of GroundbreakingA groundbreaking ceremony will be held at the much-anticipated Moynihan Station Thursday morning.
No Powerball Jackpot Winner; Top Prize Climbs To $510 MillionThe winning numbers Wednesday were 9-15-43-60-64 and the Powerball 4.
De Blasio: NYC To Review 'Symbols Of Hate' On City PropertyThe mayor has already ordered the removal of a granite marker honoring Henri Philippe Pétain on the Canyon of Heroes.
74-Year-Old Man Struck By Car In BrooklynIt happened around 5:30 a.m. on Atlantic Avenue near the intersection of Rockaway Avenue.
NYPD: Video Shows Bat-Wielding Man Breaking Glass Doors Of Brooklyn ChurchIt happened just before 7:30 p.m Wednesday at the Williamsburg Spanish Church on Grand Street.
The Breaking Point: Teeming StreetsIt’s not in your head. New York City congestion is reaching ‘crisis levels,' and the average vehicle speed in Lower Manhattan is down 15 percent since 2010.
New N.Y. Law Allows Neighbors To Sue Over Unwelcome Outdoor CamerasA new law takes aim at nosy neighbors, establishing a right to sue for unwanted surveillance.
Good Samaritan Helps Find Missing 12-Year-Old Boy With Autism12-year-old James Diaz is reunited with his family, but questions remain about how he disappeared and who found him.
Human Remains Found Inside Shopping Cart In The BronxPolice in the Bronx are investigating after a man's remains were found inside a shopping cart in the Bronx late Wednesday.

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Solar eclipse merchandise in hot demandAn estimated 12 million people live in the path of the total solar eclipse, and an estimated 88 million live within 200 miles of it. When the eclipse shrouds parts of the U.S. in darkness on August 21, many towns hope some of those 88 million will visit and bring their tourism dollars with them. Adriana Diaz reports.
GOP Rep. Will Hurd says Trump should be "unambiguous" in opposing racismRep. Will Hurd of Texas is one of three African-American Republicans in Congress. Hurd, a member of the House Committee on Homeland Security and the Select Committee on Intelligence, joins "CBS This Morning" from his hometown of San Antonio to discuss the outrage at President Trump's response to the deadly Charlottesville violence and how the Republican Party is broader than one individual.
Female Trump voters defend president's Charlottesville responseVice President Mike Pence says he stands by the president's remarks on Charlottesville where Mr. Trump blamed "both sides" for last weekend's violence. Pence is not the only one defending Mr. Trump. Mark Strassmann spoke with three of the president's supporters about how they think Mr. Trump has responded.
Teen allegedly groped on United flight: "I don't feel safe"A 16-year-old girl is speaking out after she says she was sexually assaulted on an overnight United Airlines flight last month. She alerted a flight attendant, but when the plane landed, the teen says everyone walked off - including the man she says assaulted her. She and her mother asked us to protect their identities for an interview you will see only on "CBS This Morning." Anna Werner reports.

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