New York City Mayoral Candidates Eric Adams, Curtis Sliwa Meet For First DebateIt was an often testy confrontation with Democrat Eric Adams at times losing patience with his Republican opponent, Curtis Sliwa.
Buffalo Mayoral Candidate India Walton Accepts Apology From State Democratic Party Chairman Jay Jacobs For David Duke ComparisonDuring an interview, Jacobs used a comparison to former Ku Klux Klan Grand Wizard David Duke to explain why he refused to endorse Walton.
New York City Taxi Drivers Begin Hunger Strike, Say Mayor De Blasio's Debt Relief Bailout Is Not EnoughCity taxi drivers starting a hunger strike were joined by supporters outside City Hall on Wednesday. The drastic move came after the City Council recently passed a medallion relief program.
Union Leaders: NYC Likely To Face Dramatic Drop In Services If First Responders Forced To Comply With Vaccine MandateMayor Bill de Blasio's COVID-19 vaccine mandate is generating major pushback from public employee unions.
NYS Democratic Party Chairman Jay Jacobs Apologizes For Comments About Buffalo Mayoral Primary Winner India WaltonThere is controversy over comments from the chairman of the New York State Democratic Party about a Democratic mayoral primary candidate in Buffalo.
Campaign 2021: Republican Blakeman Says He Can Pull Off Upset Against Popular Democrat Curran In Nassau County Executive RaceThis year, the county executive is up for re-election in Nassau County and her opponent is trying to sell his plan to voters on the big three: crime, COVID-19, and property taxes.
Mayoral Candidates Take Issue With Apparent Failures Of De Blasio's Vision Zero Initiative, Offer Solutions To Improve Street SafetyThe city's mayoral candidates on Tuesday zeroed in on what some say is the failure of Mayor Bill de Blasio's signature Vision Zero initiative.
In Wake Of Hit-And-Run That Killed Deaf Father In Brooklyn, Questions Raised About Delays To Vision Zero Improvements On Atlantic AvenuePolice are looking for the hit-and-run driver who they say killed a deaf father on his bicycle in Brooklyn.
Gen. Colin Powell Remembered Fondly At His Alma Mater, CCNY, And In The Bronx, Where He Was RaisedAs secretary of state, the world was Colin Powell's stage. But it all started here in New York.
City Panel Votes To Remove Thomas Jefferson Statue At City HallFor 20 years there's been an effort to get it removed, an effort led by Assemblymen Charles Barron and his wife, Councilwoman Inez Barron.
Ray Of Hope For Irate Retirees After New York City Changes Health Benefits For 250,000 WorkersThey claim they're being forced to accept an inferior and costly plan that could bankrupt them in their golden years.
During Questioning In Albany, NYPD Commissioner Shea Backtracks On Bail Reform Law As Big Reason For Gun ViolenceThere has been a stunning about face by NYPD Commissioner Dermot Shea on the causes of the city's seemingly uncontrollable gun violence.
Democrat Kaminsky, Republican Donnelly Locked In Fierce Battle In Open Nassau County District Attorney RaceWith Election Day less than three weeks away, one race is getting a lot of attention on Long Island, and it's not the top of the ticket.
Irate Retirees Inundate CBS2 With Emails After New York City Changes Health Benefits For 250,000 WorkersThey claim that they took often low-paying city jobs because the benefits were so good, and now the city is reneging.
Gov. Hochul Holds Private Meeting With Families Of Loved Ones Who Died Of COVID In Nursing Homes, Apologizes For TragedyGov. Kathy Hochul is apologizing to families who lost loved ones, after her predecessor ordered nursing homes to take in COVID-19-positive patients.