Rittenhouse Acquittal: Kathy Hochul, Bill de Blasio, Eric Adams Condemn Verdict, 'This Is Not Justice'Rittenhouse was was acquitted of all charges Friday, after his trial for shooting three people, killing two of them in Kenosha, Wisconsin last year.
Gov. Kathy Hochul, Lt. Gov. Brian Benjamin Join Rev. Al Sharpton At National Action Network House Of JusticeThey spoke about their priorities in the administration, including extending the eviction moratorium and rental assistance.
Activists, Local Leaders Hold Prayer Vigil For Haiti In BrooklynThey're offering messages of unity and support weeks after Haiti's president was assassinated.
Eric Garner Remembered 7 Years After His DeathGarner was arrested there for allegedly selling loose cigarettes on July 17, 2014.
Looking Back At A Year Like No Other In The Wake Of George Floyd's MurderWidespread protests blanketed cities, large and small - an outrage shared by the most diverse patchwork of humanity.
One Year After Death Of George Floyd, City Leaders Look Back On What Has Changed And What Is Still NeededDe Blasio joined Rev. Al Sharpton and other to call for more police reforms, changes to the NYPD culture, and more community involvement.
Black Lives Matter Movement Shifts From Protest To Policy With Efforts To Hold Officers Accountable For WrongdoingActivists are proud of the transformative movement that has ignited some change, but they feel more work needs to be done.
Asian Woman Tells CBS2 Employee At Queens Boutique Became Aggressive And Spoke To Her In Racist MannerAn Asian woman in Queens is angry after she says she was attacked and spoken to in a racist way at a local boutique. She spoke exclusively to CBS2 on Sunday.
New York Leaders Rally Behind Asian American Community After Recent Attacks: 'United In Our Anger'A group of leaders is expected to rally at the National Action Network headquarters Thursday in Harlem to denounce the rise of attacks on Asian Americans.
Next NYPD Commissioner Shea Facing Crisis Of Trust With Minorities On Day 1Incoming Police Commissioner Dermot Shea is calling for changes to the state's new criminal justice reform laws, and that's already showing signs of a collision course with some community leaders.
Eric Garner Case: NYPD Supervisor Of Pantaleo Won't Stand Trial, Loses 20 Vacation Days As PunishmentNo departmental trial will happen for the sergeant who supervised the officers involved with Eric Garner's death on Staten Island in 2014.
Eric Garner Case: NYPD Fires Officer Daniel Pantaleo, 5 Years After ConfrontationThe commissioner's decision comes two weeks after an NYPD administrative judge recommended Pantaleo be fired for apparently using a banned chokehold during Garner's arrest.
Eric Garner Case: While Family Praises Pantaleo Decision, Police Union Blasts Move As ‘Absolutely Embarrassing’Eric Garner's family says the NYPD's decision to fire NYPD officer Daniel Pantaleo is only part of the justice they've waited five years for.
‘He’s Like A Child’: Rev. Al Sharpton Fires Back President Donald TrumpThe Rev. Al Sharpton fired back at President Donald Trump in a press conference from Baltimore Monday after the president called him a “conman.”
Reverend Jesse Jackson Talks Civil Rights Movement, Jackie Robinson & NYC Economic SummitJackson discusses what it was like to march with MLK and why he is in NYC fighting for economic equality for all.