New York Marijuana Legalization: Scramble To Get Something Done Before End Of Legislative Session StallsThe bill to legalize marijuana in New York appears to be on life support. Lawmakers are focusing instead on a bill to expunge the records of tens of thousands previously convicted.
Gov. Cuomo Signs 'Green Light Bill' Granting Undocumented Immigrants Access To Drivers' LicensesNew York is now the 13th state to authorize drivers’ licenses for immigrants who entered the United States illegally.
Bill Giving Undocumented Immigrants The Right To A Driver's License Passes In NY SenateCheers erupted in the Senate chambers as the Driver's License Access and Privacy Act, also known as the Green Light Bill, passed.
Lawmaker: New Agreement With FAA Requires Air Travel Over Long Island At Higher Altitudes To Cut Down On NoiseThere is a possible solution to airplane flight problems over the skies of Long Island.
CBS2 Has Look At What Funding Is Part Of New York City's Newly Agreed To $92.8 Billion BudgetNew York City will become the first city to directly fund abortions. The new $92.8 billion budget agreement allocates $250,000 for abortion access for low-income women.
After Deadly Midtown Crash, Lawmaker Reveals FAA Has Not Acted In 6 Years To Add Black Boxes To HelicoptersThe senior senator from New York held a copy of the May 2013 report issued by the NTSB, calling for data recorders in choppers, which followed another helicopter wreck in 2011.
Sources: Governor Andrew Cuomo's Office, Senate & Assembly Meet To Discuss Marijuana LegalizationSources tell CBS2's Marcia Kramer three-way talks about legalized marijuana were conducted between Governor Andrew Cuomo's office, the Senate and the Assembly on Saturday.
Emotionally Disturbed Man Breaks Into Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez's Office, Sets Off Fire ExtinguisherSources tell CBS2 the 24-year-old suspect entered the building on 37th Avenue in Jackson Heights around 4:40 p.m. and was discharging a fire extinguisher when officers arrived.
Yonkers Eyes Big Bucks From Government After 2020 Census, But Will Residents Take The Survey?Census 2020 is already on the minds of local leaders, who worry not every resident will be counted.
Bill De Blasio Among Final 2020 Candidates Invited To First Democratic DebateThere were questions if he’d actually find enough support to be invited, now the question is how much time will Bill de Blasio actually get to talk.
Press Secretary Sarah Sanders Leaving White House, President Trump TweetsWhite House press secretary Sarah Sanders is leaving the White House, marking another high-level departure of one of the few remaining original aides to President Trump.
House Intel Committee Holds Hearing On 'Deep Fakes' And Doctored Videos On Social MediaThe House Intelligence Committee heard from experts on the threats that so-called "deep fake" videos and other types of artificial intelligence-generated synthetic data pose to the U.S. election system.
NYPD Begins New 'Summons Diversion' Program In The Hope Of Getting Homeless Off The SubwaysIncidents involving the homeless have more than tripled in the past decade, many causing serious delays. Now, the police have a potential solution.
For-Hire Vehicles Get Hit With More Restrictions In NYCPlans for a double cap on for-hire vehicles in the city was announced Wednesday.
Siena Poll: Mayor De Blasio Less Popular In Democrat-Dominant New York Than President TrumpIt's a reverse beauty contest, a competition for most unpopular politician in New York state of any party.