U.N. Raises Funds For Afghanistan 'Lifeline' As Starvation LoomsThe United Nations held an emergency financial appeal meeting in Geneva on Monday to raise funds for humanitarian aid to Afghanistan, U.N. Secretary-General António Guterres said.
Lawmakers Witness What They Call Deteriorating Conditions Inside Rikers Island; 'Shame On All Of Us'Concerns have reached a tipping point following a 10th detainee recently found dead, reports of increased violence against staff, and one-third of the staff calling out sick.
COVID Impact: NYC Bracing For Return To In-Person Learning In Schools And First Day Of Vaccine Enforcement For BusinessesAs New York City public schools get set to re-open for in-person learning Monday, many parents still have questions surrounding health protocols.
Brian Benjamin Sworn In As Lieutenant Governor Of New YorkAfter 16 days on the job and a series of what she called "extraordinary challenges," Gov. Kathy Hochul now has a partner and running mate in new Lt. Gov. Brian Benjamin.
Critics Take Issue With Mayor De Blasio's Plan To Keep School In-Person Learning Safe, Request Remote OptionMayor Bill de Blasio is championing what he calls the gold standard for keeping students safe in the classroom ahead of Monday's first day of school, which will be fully in person.
Ida's Aftermath: Elected Officials Tour Paterson, Return To In-Person Learning Delayed In Some N.J. School DistrictsInternational High School on Grand Street in Paterson was supposed to welcome students and staff back on Wednesday, but it was instead turned into a shelter to house families affected by flooding.
Queens Families At Odds With President Biden's Claim That Climate Change Caused Ida Destruction: 'This Is A Sewage Problem'A day after showing President Joe Biden their storm-ravaged homes, families in Queens were back at work, continuing the massive cleanup ahead of more rain in the forecast.
President Biden Surveys Ida Storm Damage In New Jersey: 'We'll Help You Rebuild'The president met the Dommar family, who CBS2 reported on last Friday. They were there picking up the pieces after their home exploded.
Queens Residents Implore President Biden To Help With Long-Term Change To Prevent Future Severe Storm DestructionBiden's trip to East Elmhurst centered on an alley near 87th Street that was inundated with seven feet of water.
Human Rights Campaign President Alphonso David Fired For Allegedly Advising Cuomo On Scandal ResponseIn a statement, David said the board acted unjustly and should expect a legal challenge.
Ida Aftermath: Leaders Of New Jersey Counties Not On Federal Disaster Declaration List Say They Should BeTwenty seven people died in New Jersey as a result of the remnants of Hurricane Ida and four people remain missing, three in Passaic County and one in Essex County.
Gov. Murphy Visits Parts Of New Jersey Devastated By Ida, Says State Really Needs Help From Federal GovernmentOfficials say 27 people have died and at least four remain missing in the devastating flooding in New Jersey.
Rep. Gottheimer Tours Ida-Ravaged Hackensack, Says Congress Must Do More To Help New JerseyStorm cleanup continues in Hackensack, where so many people lost so much.
Eviction Moratorium In New York Extended Until January, Much To The Dismay Of LandlordsNew York now boasts the strongest tenant protections in the nation.
New York State Legislature Mulling Bill That Would Extend Eviction Moratorium To Jan. 15After only a week in office, Gov. Kathy Hochul called the Legislature back to Albany to fix two hot potato problems inherited from Andrew Cuomo.