Point Of View: New York City's Chief Financial Officer, Comptroller Scott StringerComptroller Scott Stringer is coming up on his sixth year as the city's fiscal watchdog, and he's made it no secret that he could run for mayor in 2021.
Mayor De Blasio: 'Don't Treat The Holocaust Like Something That Could Never Happen Again'The mayor reacted forcefully and quickly, ordering the NYPD to go on high alert and sending counter terrorism teams to protect Jewish communities for the foreseeable future.
Former President Bill Clinton Talks Trump Impeachment, Hillary's 2020 Prospects During Stop At NYC SchoolOn the very day the House of Representatives ordered articles of impeachment against the man who defeated his wife, Bill Clinton toured a school and talked politics.
Con Edison Customers May See Gas, Electric Bills Go UpUnder the proposal, typical residents’ electric bills would go up about 4% each year. Gas bills would jump even more, increasing more than 7% each year.
Talking Points: What's Next For Criminal Justice Reform In New York?Saima Anjam, vice president of the Parkside Group, and CBSN New York’s urban affairs expert Mark Peters joined political reporter Marcia Kramer to discuss the effects.
Point Of View: Incoming Queens DA Melinda Katz On Criminal Justice ReformKatz will have to hit the ground running, enforcing brand new criminal justice reforms set by the state, as even more proposals go before the Legislature in January.
Forgotten Families: Instead Of Faulting Flawed Program, De Blasio Slams Newark For Suing NYCThe fiery comments come even as his own Department of Investigation issues a blistering report about how the city treated the forgotten families CBS2 has been reporting on for nearly a year.
NYPD Promotes Harrison To Chief Of Detectives, Pichardo To Chief Of PatrolFirst came the photo op -- the mayor and his new commissioner -- meeting with neighborhood policing cops in the Bronx. Then came the press conference to introduce the new leadership team.
MTA, Transit Workers Union Reach Contract Deal, Avoid Strike To Slow NYC Subways And BusesThe 8 million New Yorkers who depend on subways and buses to get around can heave a sigh of relief amid the busy holiday season.
NYC Announces Pilot Program That Replaces Some Delivery Trucks With Electric Cargo BikesInternet deliveries are literally choking the streets, accounting for more than 1 million packages per day and counting. But now, transportation officials have a new way to ease delivery congestion.
Is He Jealous Or What? De Blasio's Attacks On Presidential Hopeful Bloomberg IncreasingMichael Bloomberg quickly moved into fifth place in the Democratic presidential primary standings, just as the current resident of Gracie Mansion stepped up his criticism of the Big Apple's former mayor.
Demanding Answers: Why Did 311 Fail The Victims Of The Queens Sewage Flood?Queens residents still living in filth days after a sewage pipe backed up flooding their basements want to know why the city has been so slow to respond, and who is going to pay for the damage.
Talking Points: What Is The Strategy Behind Michael Bloomberg's Presidential Bid?Chris Coffey, head of the New York practice for Tusk Ventures, and CBSN New York’s urban affairs expert joined political reporter Marcia Kramer to discuss the former mayor’s strategy.
Point Of View: DOT Commissioner Polly Trottenberg On Pedestrian And Bike SafetyThe commissioner is trying to steer the city clear of traffic deaths and revolutionize the way people get around.
Demanding Answers: Gov. Cuomo Sends Subtle Warning To Con Ed Over Its Gas MoratoriumFresh off his success in forcing National Grid to provide natural gas to thousands of customers, Gov. Andrew Cuomo sets his sights on a new target -- Con Edison.