Democratic Senators Visit Detention Centers Along Southern BorderA group of senate democrats went to the southern border Friday to inspect migrant detention facilities.
NYU Study Warns Of Real Danger Behind Rising Hate SpeechAccording to NYU research, cities with more of a certain kind of racist tweets reported more actual hate crimes related to race, ethnicity, and national origin.
NYC Heat Wave: Con Edison Under Pressure To Keep Lights On, Preparing For Record Power Demand This WeekendThe utility monopoly has been coping with a wave of sporadic problems since Saturday night's blackout on Manhattan's west side.
Trump 'Not Happy' About 'Send Her Back' Chant At RallyPresident Trump on Thursday insisted he was "not happy" with his supporters' chant to "send her home," referring to Democratic Rep. Ilhan Omar.
9/11 Victim Compensation Fund Blocked From Senate Vote By Republican Sen. Rand Paul, Draws Bipartisan OutrageSen. Kirstin Gillibrand was looking to fast-track the new 9/11 funding bill through the Senate, but was stopped by that single Republican senator
Eric Garner Supporters Attack Mayor De Blasio's Inaction, Refusal To Make Firing Decision On NYPD OfficerThe mayor is instead placing the blame on federal officials and punting the decision about the officer’s fate to the NYPD commissioner.
President Trump Stands By Comments As House Votes To Condemn Controversial Tweets About AOC, OthersDuring a cabinet meeting, President Donald Trump continued to defend his remarks, saying if the congresswomen decide to leave the U.S. they can go "wherever they want."
New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy Signs Bill Aimed At Making Smart Guns AvailableThe measure sets up a commission to approve smart guns, which are personalized firearms that can be fired only by authorized users.
Mount Vernon Dysfunction: Newest Police Commissioner Arrested Just Hours After Taking Oath Of OfficeThe man sworn in as Mount Vernon police commissioner on Monday was arrested on Tuesday when he showed up for work.
Campaign 2020: De Blasio's NYPD Security Detail Cost Taxpayers More Than $100,000 Before BlackoutMayor Bill de Blasio's long-shot presidential campaign is costing taxpayers plenty.
Trump Tells Democratic Congresswomen Of Color To 'Go Back' To Their CountriesPresident Trump said on Twitter Sunday that "'Progressive' Democratic Congresswomen" should "go back" to their countries — even though three of the four lawmakers he was seemingly referring to were born in the U.S. and all are American citizens.
Nassau County Republicans Propose 'Taxpayer Bill Of Rights' To Combat Property Tax ReassessmentThe massive property tax reassessment on Long Island earlier this year could force thousands of residents to pay thousands more in property taxes next year.
N.J. Lawmakers Pushing To Overturn Federal Law That Caps The Number Of Doctor Residency SlotsThere is a doctor shortage in the United States. Federal representatives were expected to introduce legislation Monday that they said will solve the problem.
NYC Blackout: Many Manhattan Businesses Hurt, But Some Soften Blow With Quick ThinkingSaturday night's blackout in Manhattan impacted the bottom line for plenty of businesses. But as CBS2 found out, some made the best of it.
De Blasio: No Arrests So Far In ICE Immigration CrackdownMayor Bill de Blasio has said the city will not help Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents in making arrests.