#TogetherInPride: Ballroom Culture Now In The Spotlight After Starting Out Underground In New York CityBall and house culture as it came to be, according to community members, originated in New York City sometime around 1970 with African-American and Latin-American LGBTQ+ members in Harlem competing at balls for prizes and trophies.
Travel Experts Say Major Airlines Forced To Cancel Flights Were Unprepared For Issues Like Pilot ShortageAs millions more take to the skies, some major airlines are having trouble keeping up with the surge.
NYPD Disputes Claims By Officers That The Department Encourages Minority Arrest QuotasNewly released sworn statements by several NYPD officers aim to back a lawsuit filed years ago that claims minorities were targeted in order to meet arrest quotas.
Younger Patients Suffering From Liver Disease As Women Drink More During PandemicA JAMA study found 41% of women drank more in 2020 than in 2019. In some cases, it cost them their lives.
Family Members, Friends Remember Slain Retired NYPD Officer Thomas Marrinan: 'Anybody Needed Help, He Was The Guy To Call'A Brooklyn family and the NYPD are in mourning after police say a retired officer, Thomas Marrinan, was killed Monday night by his friend's gun.
9-Month-Old Mi Angel Gaines Found Safe After AMBER Alert In HarlemThey say Mi Angel Gaines was allegedly taken by Antonio Armstrong on 8th Avenue near 131st Street in Harlem early Monday morning.
Jersey City Hopes To Boost Art Community, Attract Tourists Through Partnership With Paris Museum Centre PompidouThe hope is that the Jersey City location will be a leading cultural destination, boosting the art community in the area and providing children's programming.
Sikh Teen Says He Was Harassed, Attacked By Older Teens At Long Island MallThe 13-year-old, who is Sikh and wears a turban, says it escalated with one teen allegedly saying, “Shut up before I knock that ball off your head.”
Experts Offer Safety Tips For Tips For Parents After Police Say Dwayne Gordon Drugged, Raped Teen Girls During Slumber Parties At His HomeCBS2's Alice Gainer spoke with experts about tips for parents in general for whenever their child spends time at someone else's home.
Ready To Take Flight! Bethpage Air Show Returns For Memorial Day WeekendThe team performs low-altitude precision formation flying and, of course, skytyping.
NYPD Stepping Up Patrols In Jewish Neighborhoods After Anti-Semitic AttacksThere have been 63 reported anti-Jewish attacks in New York City this year, compared to 60 in the same period last year.
Little Island, 2.4-Acre Manhattan Park, To Open FridayIt aims to make art more accessible to all with mostly free programming for kids and adults.
Mask Mandate Lifted For Fully Vaccinated New Yorkers, But Private Businesses Split On EnforcementFood services, offices, gyms, retail, salons and more can also increase to 100% capacity, but they must still be able to maintain six feet of distance if not everyone is vaccinated.
Job Hunting? Experts Suggest Keeping Your Resume 'Drop Dead Simple,' Highlighting Numbers & Making An Effort To Reach OutAs for the job "search," experts say it usually takes more than just hitting "apply here."
Returnships: Corporate Programs Aimed At People Who Have Been Out Of Work Are Presenting Employment OpportunitiesA years-long gap in a résumé is usually a red flag for potential employers signaling someone who's been out of touch and may have rusty skills.