CBS2 Speaks With Lead Officer And Crew Of U.S. Air Force Mission That Helped 800 Afghan Refugees Escape KabulCBS2 recently spoke with them about what they went through that day, and got exclusive access inside a military plane just like the one from the refugee rescue.
Doctors Say Patients May Need More Than Diet, Exercise To Shed Unwanted Pounds Gained During COVIDDr. Minisha Sood says when it comes to weight gain and loss, it could be about more than just diet and exercise.
9/11 Survivor Lauren Manning Reflects On 20 Years Since The Attacks Changed Her Life, And Her Hard-Fought Struggle For SurvivalIn her own words, in incredible detail, Manning recalls that terrifying event that changed her life forever.
FDNY Foundation Honors Supporters At Annual DinnerThe foundation's goal is to help promote fire safety education and help the FDNY better protect New York.
Ida In New Jersey: Businesses In Downtown Millburn Devastated By Flood WatersFor some, it's not their first time dealing with flooding, but that didn't make it any easier.
Father's Day Holds Special Significance For Long Island Family After Kidney TransplantNick Luisi had to work fast to save his business when COVID hit. But there was suddenly a more serious problem. He didn't hesitate to act.
Black History Is Our History: First Deputy Commissioner Ben Tucker, NYPD's Highest-Ranking Black Officer, On Why He Decided To Become A Police Officer, George Floyd and MoreHe was sworn in as an NYPD trainee at 18 in 1969, the decade of the Civil Rights Movement when nation leaders were assassinated and tension between police and the Black community often erupted on the streets.
Black History Is Our History: Students Continue Centuries-Old Traditions Of Poetry In Black CultureThe rich traditions of Black poets go back centuries, but history is still being made in 2021.
Schools: The New Normal | Parents Feeling Stressed And Worried About This School Year Are Definitely Not AloneFor parents, the unknowns, the last-minute changes lead to feelings of absolute anxiety.
Schools: The New Normal | Remote Learning Poses New Challenges For Parents Of Special Needs StudentsFor parents of children with special needs, back to school during the coronavirus pandemic brings an extra layer of anxiety when it comes to health and safety.
Pastor DeForest Soaries Revisits Don Imus-Rutgers Women's Basketball Scandal Amidst Racial Injustice ConversationsPastor DeForest Soaries talks with Kristine Johnson about the state of race relations in America and his role in impacting New Jersey with his community efforts.
Coronavirus Progress: NYSE Set To Open Trading Floor Tuesday For First Time Since March 23Over the holiday weekend, a giant American flag and banner reading "Together, We're Strong" was unfurled to commemorate the occasion.
Upper Saddle River, N.J. Scouts Celebrate Memorial Day By Placing Flags In Front Of 2,500 HomesFor small communities across the Tri-State Area, annual Memorial Day parades are when our children get to march to represent their club or team sport.
Gov. Phil Murphy Discusses What Parents And Students Should Expect This FallCBS2's Kristine Johnson also asked Murphy about non-essential businesses defying the state's orders to remain closed, the backlog of unemployment benefits, and situation at nursing homes, among other issues.
Health Care Workers At NJ Hospital Use Photos To Help Coronavirus Patients See The Person Behind The PPEOne nurse says PPE, while vital for their safety, can cause patients anxiety and obstruct an essential element of patient care -- the human touch.