Activists, Local Leaders Hold Prayer Vigil For Haiti In BrooklynThey're offering messages of unity and support weeks after Haiti's president was assassinated.
N.Y. Attorney General Letitia James Announces $1.1 Billion Deal With Opioid DistributorsNew York reached a settlement Tuesday with some of the nation's largest opioid distributors that will net the state more than $1 billion.
N.Y. AG James Announces $4.5 Billion Settlement With Purdue Pharma Over Opioid CrisisNew York is expected to receive at least $200 million, going specifically toward opioid treatment, prevention and education.
Trump Organization, CFO Allen Weisselberg Plead Not Guilty To Tax Fraud Charges In Manhattan DA InvestigationThe 15-count indictment alleges Weisselberg and the Trump Organization cheated New York State and New York City out of taxes by conspiring to pay senior executives off the books.
Johnson & Johnson Agrees To Pay $230M To Settle New York Opioid ClaimThe drugmaker also agreed to end the manufacturing and distribution of opioids across New York and the rest of the nation, Attorney General Letitia James said in statement.
Questions Loom 2 Days After Wallkill Police Shot And Killed 31-Year-Old Christopher VanKleeckTwo days after police in Wallkill, NY shot and killed a man, very little is known about the circumstances leading up to it.
New York AG: 8 Waste Removal Companies Will Pay Total Of $600,000 In Restitution For Illegal Dumping In BrentwoodIt was an environmental catastrophe. A public park was poisoned with asbestos, metals and other toxins.
Black Lives Matter Movement Shifts From Protest To Policy With Efforts To Hold Officers Accountable For WrongdoingActivists are proud of the transformative movement that has ignited some change, but they feel more work needs to be done.
New York State Attorney General Letitia James Calls For Changes to Law Justifying Police Use Of ForceThe Attorney General says the standard is too high for prosecutors seeking justice against officers who have gone too far, but police say the law will put officers' lives at risk.
New York State Attorney General's Office Investigating Trump Organization In Criminal CapacityThe state attorney general's office is working with the Manhattan District Attorney on the investigation.
Judge Dismisses National Rifle Association's Bankruptcy Case, Leaving Group Open To New York LawsuitThe decision leaves the group open to a New York lawsuit, which accuses the NRA of financial abuses and seeks to shut it down.
Asian Woman Tells CBS2 Employee At Queens Boutique Became Aggressive And Spoke To Her In Racist MannerAn Asian woman in Queens is angry after she says she was attacked and spoken to in a racist way at a local boutique. She spoke exclusively to CBS2 on Sunday.
Attorney General James Asked To Investigate Whether Gov. Cuomo Used State Resources To Write, Promote His BookRecent media reports have raised concerns about staff members who helped Democratic Gov. Andrew Cuomo with his book, “American Crisis: Leadership Lessons from the COVID-19 Pandemic,” released last fall.
New York AG Letitia James Announces $150,000 From Microsoft Settlement Used To Buy Laptops For Homeless Students In YonkersThe funds are from a settlement reached with Microsoft after an investigation found customers were overtaxed for Xbox purchases in some ZIP codes.
Third Accuser Reportedly Comes Forward, Says Gov. Cuomo Acted Inappropriately At 2019 WeddingCharlotte Bennett, a former aide who accused Gov. Cuomo of sexual harassment, is refusing to accept his apology. She's urging other women to come forward. Not long after, one did.