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.
Juneteenth 'Drive To Justice' In NYC: 'A Great Symbol Of What We Have To Do. Steady. Strong. Moving Forward'"We are celebrating and recognizing, acknowledging Juneteenth as a critical part of American history," said Public Advocate Jumaane Williams.
The Hard Conversation: Public Advocate Jumaane Williams On What's Next When It Comes To Race In AmericaCBS2's Maurice DuBois got some prescriptions for change from Jumaane Williams, the New York city's public advocate.
Citywide Curfew To Continue Through Monday Morning Despite Calls For It To End, De Blasio SaysThe mayor insists it is working, but many think it is making things worse.
'We're Showing Respect For Protests, But You Need To Go Home,' Mayor Says After Clashes Over CurfewPublic Advocate Jumaane Williams said he saw officers being very aggressive toward peaceful demonstrators and yelling “mayor’s curfew!”
Terrence Floyd, George Floyd's Brother, Thanks New Yorkers At Brooklyn Memorial Service: 'My Brother Is Gone But The Floyd Name Still Lives On'Thousands filled Cadman Plaza as far as the eye could see to honor the life of George Floyd.
Dozens Arrested As Protesters, NYPD Clash Near Brooklyn, Manhattan Bridges After Citywide CurfewPolice say dozens of arrests were made on both sides of the bridges.
Large Crowds Of Protesters Raise Fears Of Potential New Coronavirus OutbreaksWhile most had their faces covered, staying six feet apart was more of a challenge.
Mayor Bill De Blasio Promises Change After Sometimes Violent George Floyd Demonstrations In Brooklyn And Manhattan: 'We All Have To Do Better'Mayor Bill de Blasio said the city will launch an independent review of everything that took place Friday night.
NYC Human Rights Commission Opens Investigation Into Viral Central Park ConfrontationThe NYC Commission on Human Rights opened an investigation into an incident in Central Park in which a white woman called 911 claiming an African-American man was threatening her after he asked her to leash her dog.
Mayor De Blasio Says Of Racial Disparity In NYPD's Social Distancing Enforcement: 'We Will Fix It'The videos of police aggressively arresting members of the minority community on social distancing violations have angered many.
Brooklyn DA Opens Probe Into Apparent Racial Disparities In Enforcement Of Coronavirus Social Distancing"We cannot police ourselves out of this pandemic. Instead, we need to give people the knowledge and the ability to keep people safe," Eric Gonzalez said.
Coronavirus Lawsuit: Dept. Of Correction Staff Goes After NYC For Not Protecting Them From 'Cesspool Of Illness'A lawsuit filed by the various correction unions calls the city's jails a "cesspool of illness."
Coronavirus Deaths: Officials Told 'Bodies Being Piled Up In Nursing Homes' As Desperate Families Face SilenceSome say family members living in New York nursing homes are like prisoners being held in captivity.