Coronavirus Update: New Campaign Begins To Educate New Yorkers On Safety Of VaccinesEven when the COVID-19 vaccine is available to the general public, that doesn't mean everyone will be rushing to get it. But a new campaign is trying to change that.
Early Voting Begins In New York; Election Officials Prepared For Massive OperationIt's the first time in history that New Yorkers can vote early in a presidential election. Election officials are prepared for a massive operation, and some speedbumps along the way.
In Year Of Unparalleled Anxiety, Experts Tell CBS2 No One Immune To Mental Health Struggles2020 will be remembered as a year marred by the coronavirus pandemic - the death toll, the shutdowns and job losses - but, perhaps most of all, for anxiety and fear.
Navigating The Profound Sense Of Loss And Mental Health Challenges During COVID: A Conversation With Jumaane Williams & Dr. Mark EpsteinThe coronavirus pandemic has been marked by a great sense of loss - whether it's the loss of a loved one, the loss of our good health, a job, or sense of normalcy. And no one is immune. 
NYC Public Advocate Jumaane Williams Says New Absentee Packages Will Be Mailed This Week After Widespread ErrorsWilliams says the vendor will cover the cost to pay for those replacement ballots.
NYPD Says Gun Arrests Are Way Up, But Violence Was Much The Same Over Labor Day WeekendFour people died in shootings. Two dozen victims survived, including a 7-year-old boy.
New Calls For Community-Based Crisis Management Systems To Help Stop Violence In NYCSome city leaders say police alone can't solve the problem of gun violence. 
Several People Shot, Including 7-Year-Old Boy, As Crowd Gathers To Celebrate J'Ouvert In BrooklynThe shooting came as pre-dawn celebrations were underway for the West Indian Day Parade, which is supposed to be virtual this year.
'It's Disgusting, It's Inhumane': Fathers Who Lost Partners To Pregnancy Complications Shine Light On Medical Disparities For Black WomenIn the United States, Black mothers are three times more likely to die in childbirth compared to white mothers. In New York City, that number increases to eight times.
Some NYC Residents Say They Sense Police Apathy To Stop Gun Violence Amid Calls For ReformPeople living in communities affected by the rise in gun violence are desperately hoping for it to end.
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.