NYCLU, Public Advocate Push Board Of Elections To Address Voting Issues Before NovemberThere was chaos during Tuesday's primary election, with voters complaining of untrained poll workers and half ballots.
Bellone: Due To Budget 'Catastrophe,' Suffolk County Considering Reallocating Money Earmarked To Protect EnvironmentWith sales tax revenue dramatically down, Suffolk County is looking at a $1.5 billion shortfall over the next three years.
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Wins Democratic Nomination, Joe Biden Wins Democratic Primary In New YorkWe are still awaiting results in several other races.
Mayor De Blasio Forms Illegal Fireworks Task Force To Go After Suppliers In 'Huge Sting Operation'New York City neighborhoods have been rocked by the blasts for days, and the number of 311 calls has skyrocketed.
CBS2 Heads To Pennsylvania, Where Fireworks Sales Are Legal And Business Is BoomingAfter waiting in a long line at Phantom Fireworks right off Route 80 in Stroudsburg, Shay Atkinson was set to head back to Brooklyn.
Gov. Murphy: New Jersey Amusement Parks, Water Parks, Playgrounds To Open Just In Time For July 4 HolidayAs New Jersey surges through Stage 2 of reopening, Gov. Phil Murphy announced more openings on Tuesday that will make children and parents especially happy.
Campaign 2020: New York Voters Cast Their Ballots Tuesday In Primary RacesVoters will cast their ballots in the Democratic presidential primary and several other races.
NYPD Commissioner Testifies In AG Investigation Into Police Response To ProtestsNYPD Commissioner Dermot Shea says he took swift action this weekend against an officer who put a man in an apparent chokehold.
Many Challengers Vie To Replace Retiring Democratic Congresswoman Nita LoweyCongresswoman Nita Lowey is retiring after more than three decades in office. 
Caruso-Cabrera Says She's Ready To Give Rep. Ocasio-Cortez A Run For Her Money During Tuesday's PrimaryIt has been a contentious primary battle in New York's 14th Congressional District, as freshman Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez looks to win her party's nomination.
New York City Ready For Phase 2 Reopening, City Estimates Up To 300,000 Will Head Back To Work MondayNew York City enters Phase 2 of the state's reopening plan on Monday. The city estimates another 150,000-300,000 residents will be heading back to work.
Senator Calls Firing Of Manhattan U.S. Attorney 'Totally Inappropriate'The vice chairman of the Senate Intelligence Committee has denounced the late-night firing of the chief federal prosecutor in Manhattan.
U.S. Attorney Geoffrey S. Berman Resigns After Feud With Trump AdministrationA top federal prosecutor in Manhattan stepped down from his position Saturday after the Trump administration fired him.
Trump Holds Rally In Tulsa Despite Coronavirus ConcernsPresident Trump returned to the campaign trail Saturday night with a rally in Tulsa, Oklahoma, that lasted over an hour and a half and made few mentions of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
U.S. Attorney In New York Says He's Not ResigningBerman said in a statement that he'd learned he was stepping down from “press reports.”