Consumer Advocates Say Labor Day Sales Mean Definite Bargains, But Black Friday Remains SupremeShoppers looking for bargains this Labor Day weekend are in luck, but it might be better to wait for Black Friday.
Mayor De Blasio Sounds Off On President Trump's Plan To Defund New York City: 'Your Words Don't Carry Much Weight'City and state leaders are reacting to President Donald Trump's threat to defund several major cities, including New York, over lawless behavior.
Trump Administration Announces Ban On Evictions Through End Of Year, Critics Call It A Short-Term SolutionThe Trump administration just announced a ban on evictions through the end of the year. CBS2's Jessica Moore reports on how that decision is being received by housing advocates.
Doctors Weigh In On CDC Changing Its Guidelines For Who Needs To Get A COVID-19 Test, QuarantineThe CDC changed its guidelines for who needs to be tested for COVID-19. CBS2's Jessica Moore spoke with health experts to get their reaction to the abrupt change.
Pandemic Baby Boom? More Like Pandemic Baby Bust, As More Couples Avoid Pregnancy: 'Who Wants To Raise A Child In A Time Like This'Health experts say millions more Americans are now on birth control to prevent getting pregnant.
Schumer, Cuomo Blast President Trump's Bypass Of Stalled Coronavirus Stimulus NegotiationsDemocrats from New York are reacting to the four measures signed by President Donald Trump on Saturday in a move to bypass stalled congressional stimulus talks.
New Jersey Based DeCamp Bus Lines Shuts Down Due To Low Ridership; 'Lucky If We Get 400 Fares A Day'DeCamp announced it would be shutting down service effective Aug. 7, after the financial strain of the pandemic crushed its operating budget.
#ChallengeAccepted Social Media Movement Inspires Women To Post Black & White Photos Of ThemselvesCBS2's Jessica Moore explores the #ChallengeAccepted social media movement and the positive and negative sides of women posting black and white pictures of themselves.
Job Seekers Forced To Make Positive Impressions Online, With In-Person Interviews Off-LimitsWith millions of Americans out work and fewer positions open, the job market is more competitive than ever.
Rutgers University Senior Fighting To Lower Tuition For Remote Only LearningIn light of the COVID-19 pandemic, Rutgers will offer some in-person classes this fall, but the business school, where Patel is a rising senior, will all be online.
With Broadway Closed For Foreseeable Future, Young Actors Finding Creative Ways To Keep Money Coming InThe coronavirus pandemic has shuttered Broadway through the end of the year, at least, forcing thousands of young actors to find creative ways to make ends meet.
Broadway Star Nick Cordero, Who Died Sunday After Long Battle With Coronavirus, Remembered As A Force Of Nature On StageTributes are pouring in for Broadway star Nick Cordero, who died after a three-month battle with coronavirus.
Investigation Finds Some NYC Hotels Fail To Adequately Clean Rooms Between GuestsCBS2's Jessica Moore spoke with CBS News travel editor Peter Greenberg about how to stay safe in a hotel room during the COVID-19 pandemic.
New York City Said To Be On Track To Have Adequate Supply Of PPE If There's Second Wave Of CoronavirusIs the Big Apple prepared for a second wave of coronavirus? Did we learn anything from a lack of personal protection equipment the first time around?
NYCLU, Public Advocate Push Board Of Elections To Address Voting Issues Before NovemberThere was chaos during Tuesday's primary election, with voters complaining of untrained poll workers and half ballots.