New York State, City Offering Unemployment Help As Federal Benefits Set To ExpireDe Blasio spoke about the $600 weekly unemployment benefit that is set to expire Friday, and criticized the Senate majority for blocking a stimulus bill that he believes is desperately needed.
Funeral Held For Congressman And Civil Rights Icon John LewisFormer President Barack Obama delivered the eulogy for Lewis, who died earlier this month at age 80. Former Presidents Bill Clinton and George W. Bush also spoke.
White House, Senate Republicans Inch Closer To Coronavirus Relief ProposalTreasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin announced Thursday that the White House and Senate Republicans have reached a "fundamental agreement" on their opening offer, CBS News reports.
Caruso-Cabrera Says She's Ready To Give Rep. Ocasio-Cortez A Run For Her Money During Tuesday's PrimaryIt has been a contentious primary battle in New York's 14th Congressional District, as freshman Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez looks to win her party's nomination.
George Floyd's Brother Asks Congress To 'Stop The Pain'George Floyd's brother, civil rights leaders and law enforcement officials testified Wednesday at a House Judiciary Committee hearing on issues of racial profiling, police brutality and lost trust between police departments and the communities they serve.
Watch Live: Dr. Anthony Fauci Testifies Before Congress About Coronavirus ResponseThe nation's leading infectious diseases expert, will testify before a Senate committee Tuesday, CBS News reports.
Coronavirus Update: Senate Reaches Agreement On $2 Trillion Aid DealThe unprecedented package would provide direct payments to most Americans, expand jobless benefits, provide $367 billion to small businesses, and assist state and local governments, CBS News reports.
Senate Acquits Trump On Impeachment ChargesThe Senate voted on Wednesday to acquit President Donald J. Trump on charges of abuse of power and obstruction of Congress.
Live Updates: House Votes To Impeach President Trump In Historic Vote Along Party LinesThe House of Representatives has voted to approve the first of two articles of impeachment against President Trump.
Live Updates: House Judiciary Committee Approves ImpeachmentThe House Judiciary Committee will vote on the articles of impeachment against President Trump this morning, after more than 14 hours of heated debate on Thursday.
Live Updates: House Democrats Set To Unveil Articles Of Impeachment Against President TrumpHouse Democrats tell CBS News they plan to move forward with two articles of impeachment: abuse of power and obstruction of Congress.
House Attorneys Spar Over Arguments For And Against ImpeachmentDemocrats and Republicans sparred over the evidence collected in the impeachment inquiry and the severity of the allegations against President Trump.
House Impeachment Hearings Continue With Testimony From Ambassador SondlandGordon Sondland, a U.S. ambassador to the European Union has been testifying before the House Intelligence Committee.
Live Updates: House Kicks Off Second Week Of Public Impeachment HearingsTwo top White House aides told the House Intelligence Committee they found the president's July 25 phone call with the president of Ukraine "improper" and "unusual."
Live Updates: House Resumes Public Impeachment Hearings With Testimony From Ousted Ukraine AmbassadorThe House will hold its second public impeachment hearing Friday at 9 a.m. Watch live on CBS2 or CBSNewYork.com.