Capitol Riot: Patrick Edward McCaughey III Accused Of Helping Pin Police Officer Between Door, Doorframe During RiotsFederal prosecutors say Patrick Edward McCaughey III, of Ridgefield, Conn., used a police shield to help pin an officer between a sliding glass door and the doorframe.
Capitol Chaos: Upper East Side Man Samuel Fisher Taken Into Custody By FBIFBI agents were seen Wednesday at an apartment building on East 90th Street  on the Upper East Side.
Capitol Chaos: N.Y. Court Employee Brendan Hunt Accused Of Making Threats Against Elected OfficialsSeveral other people from the Tri-State Area are facing charges in connection with the Jan. 6 insurrection at the U.S. Capitol.
Capitol Chaos: Long Island's Thomas Fee, Staten Island's Nicolas Moncado Facing Charges Following RiotInvestigators say Moncada lives with his parents in Bay Terrace.
Boarded Up Businesses, Stepped Up Security Across New York City Ahead Of Presidential InaugurationMayor Bill de Blasio continues to stress there's no credible threat, but the city isn't taking any chances.
U.S. Capitol Briefly Locked Down Because Of Nearby Fire As Security Tight Ahead Of InaugurationWith concerns of an insider attack, background investigations are being conducted on nearly 20,000 National Guard soldiers working security.
Some New York City Businesses Boarding Up As A Precaution In Advance Of Presidential InaugurationSunday marked the first day of increased police presence in New York City ahead of the inauguration of President-elect Joe Biden later this week.
Capitol Chaos: Court Documents Allege Rioters Aimed To Kidnap, Kill Elected OfficialsWhen it comes to the latest on investigations in our area, the New York City department of sanitation confirms it’s assisting the FBI as they look into a worker allegedly caught on camera at the riot last week.
New Jersey State Employees Ordered To Work From Home On Inauguration Day Because Of Increased Security ConcernsThere is no specific threat in New Jersey, but state capitols in all 50 states are on alert for potential trouble.
'Kill Him With His Own Gun:' Cops Describe Being Attacked By Capitol RiotersAs rioters swarmed the U.S. Capitol last week, about three dozen Washington, D.C., police officers made their stand in a hallway leading into the building as a mob of thousands pushed back.
New Jersey Rep. Mikie Sherrill Tells CBS2 About Concerns Over Capitol Tours Day Before Deadly Riot: 'It Seemed As If They Were Gathering Intelligence'Sherrill tells CBS2's Alice Gainer about sounding the alarm over tours that took place on Jan. 5.