President Trump Travels To Pennsylvania While Joe Biden Visits Kenosha, WisconsinPresident Donald Trump will hit the campaign trail Thursday in another major swing state -- Pennsylvania. Meanwhile, Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden traveled to Kenosha, Wisconsin, with a call for unity.
Mayor De Blasio Sounds Off On President Trump's Plan To Defund New York City: 'Your Words Don't Carry Much Weight'City and state leaders are reacting to President Donald Trump's threat to defund several major cities, including New York, over lawless behavior.
President Trump Begins Process Of Defunding New York City, Gov. Cuomo Calls Move 'An Illegal Stunt'Gov. Andrew Cuomo says the president is no longer welcome in this town, saying, "Forget bodyguards, he better have an army if he thinks he's gonna walk down the street in New York."
NYPD Crime Stats Show 166% Increase In Shootings Citywide In August, With 1 In 4 Happening In BrooklynThere were 242 shooting incidents, compared to 91 in Aug. 2019. 
WATCH: CBS2 Puts Revel's New Safety Measures To The TestThursday marks one week since the controversial Revel mopeds returned to city streets.
Less Than 1 Month Left To Complete 2020 Census: 'We Can't Have New York City Go Under-Counted'Only about 58% of city residents have filled out the census. In some neighborhoods it's much lower, a far cry from the 65% national average.
President Trump, Joe Biden Return To Campaign TrailNominees returned to the campaign trail Wednesday. President Donald Trump was in the battleground state of North Carolina, but the president and Democratic contender Joe Biden are taking different approaches in the battle for the White House
Teachers Relieved, Parents Questioning New York City's Decision To Delay The Start Of SchoolThe delayed start to the city's school year has been met by relief from teachers hoping for more time to make their classrooms safe.
Barclays Center Gearing Up To Be Safe Place To Vote In 2020 ElectionOfficials said Tuesday it will be a safe place for New Yorkers to have their voices heard during the COVID-19 crisis.
Restaurant Owners In NYC Perplexed Eateries In New Jersey Will Soon Have Indoor Dining, But They Still CannotWith New Jersey restaurants getting ready for indoor dining, many New York City restaurant owners want to know why they can't do the same.
Sources: NYPD To Approve Small Amounts Of Overtime For Rest Of The Summer In Precincts Hard Hit By CrimeNYPD data shows shootings are up 87% so far this year compared to this time last year, and up 143% for the month of August.
Trump Accepts GOP Nomination On Last Night Of Republican National ConventionPresident Trump formally accepted the Republican nomination for president on Thursday, closing out the final night of the Republican National Convention.
Coronavirus Impact: Still-Closed Movie Theaters, Casinos In New York State Saying What About Us?Movie theaters and casinos in New York are anxious to reopen, as they have in most neighboring states.
Having Second Thoughts? City Council To Look At Language In NYPD Chokehold BillChanges are coming to the city's controversial chokehold bill that subjects officers to criminal charges.
Pence Hits Biden And Makes Case For Trump On Third Night Of RNCRepublicans portrayed the U.S. as a "land of heroes" on the third night of the Republican National Convention on Wednesday night while Vice President Mike Pence went on the attack against Joe Biden, calling the Democratic nominee a "Trojan horse for a radical left."