Congress Proposes New Crackdown As Robocalls Grow To Record LevelsSome 5.2 billion robocalls were made to U.S. customers in March. That's nearly 2,000 every second. A record for a single month.
Lawmakers Look To End Religious Exemptions To Vaccinations As Measles Spread Across New YorkOn the same day it was discovered that eight kids in Westchester County are sick with measles, Dr. Amler stressed: children are in jeopardy
Overseas For A Year, U.S. Navy Serviceman Surprises His Young Children With Emotional School VisitIt's probably unfathomable for most parents to go without seeing their young children for more than a year. But for thousands of U.S. servicemen and servicewomen, it's all part of their call to duty.
Feds Warn Of New Sextortion Email ScamWarnings are being issued about a sextortion scam that is people over email and blackmailing them for thousands of dollars.
Video Released Of Suspect In Possible Hate CrimePolice have released a video they say shows the man accused by a Muslim woman of assaulting her while she walked down a street in Midwood last week.
NYPD Investigating Possible Hate Crime After Muslim Woman Targeted In BrooklynLiving in Midwood for more than 20 years, Umbrer Nisar has always felt free and safe to walk around her community wearing her traditional Muslim attire.
FDNY Veteran Saved From Cardiac Arrest By Defibrillator He Lobbied For Months EarlierA longtime member of the FDNY may have been saved simply by asking that his building be equipped with a defibrillator.
1 In Custody, Multiple Casualties In 'Serious And Evolving' Active Shooter Situation At Mosques In New ZealandNew Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said she could not confirm the number of causalities or fatalities but said "it's clear this is one of New Zealand's darkest days."
NYPD: Pepper Spray Attack Near Upper Manhattan Subway Stations Eyed As Possible Hate CrimeThe NYPD says a black woman sprayed several white people with an unknown chemical substance near a pair of subway stations in upper Manhattan Friday afternoon.
New Jersey Residents Demanding Action After Gifts Arrive Opened, Empty In Postal Crime SpreeHomeowners are opening up their mailboxes to find envelopes already opened and gifts stolen.
Here Are Some Healthy Recipes To Start Your Spring In StyleChef Eden Grinshpan, the co-founder of DEZ in Nolita, shared some ideas with CBS2’s Cindy Hsu and Jessica Layton on how you can kick start your healthy eating this season.
'Cycle For Survival' Pedals Into NYC For Cancer Research FundraiserCycle For Survival has raised over $200 million for rare cancer research since it was founded.