Top Federal, State, City Officials Receive 9/11 Security Briefing At NYPD Headquarters Ahead Of Remembrance CeremoniesSecurity is a high priority in New York City this weekend.
Ewing, N.J. Police Officer Recounts Rescue Of Woman Caught Up In Ida Floodwaters Captured On VideoBody cam footage from Officer Justin Quinlan shows him walking through waist-deep water on Sept. 1 at Whitehead and Ewingville roads, responding to a call of stranded drivers.
9/11 20 Years Later: Students Born Post-Attacks Gain New Perspective At National September 11 Memorial & MuseumThese students, despite not being alive at the time, vow to never forget after seeing the exhibits, footage and artifacts.
Rally Against Anti-LGBTQ+ Hate Held In Brooklyn After Violent Attack At Local DeliThis past Saturday, just after 2 a.m., 36-year-old Abimbola Adelaja and his 28-year-old friend were attacked at the deli by several men armed with a screwdriver.
'You're Not Outside Looking In Anymore': 9/11 Memorial & Museum Provides Greater Understanding For Children, Teens Who Hadn't Been Born YetAll of the teenagers and children CBS2 spoke with Wednesday say marking the anniversary of September 11th takes on greater significance to them now.
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.
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.
Nightmare In Manville, NJ As Homes And A Business Explode In Ida's Aftermath; Family Grateful To Be AliveThe borough was among the areas in New Jersey hardest hit by the storm.
Ida In New Jersey: 4 Residents Of Complex Near Elizabeth River Killed By FloodwatersWhen the Elizabeth River crested it sent water about eight to 10 feet high, trapping some people in their ground-floor apartments with nowhere to go.
Delta Variant Concerns Put Pause On Some Labor Day Weekend PlansThe Transportation Security Administration says it screened more than 1.3 million people at security checkpoints Tuesday. The last time it was that low was May 18, when it was 1.4 million.
Manhattan DA Announces Charges Against 15 In Fake COVID-19 Vaccination Card ConspiracyThe phony cards were allegedly sold over Instagram, and the buyers are believed to be front-line and essential workers.