'I Hope It Works Out': New NYCHA Head Arrives For First Day On The JobHe readily told CBS2 he came in at 7 a.m. and planned to do it every day.
Demanding Answers: Long Islanders Stuck Without New Gas Hookups While National Grid Seeks Pipeline ExtensionThe state Department of Public Service is expanding an investigation into National Grid, vowing to force the power company to meet its obligations to its customers.
Campaign Finance Violation Complaint Levied Against Struggling Presidential Candidate De BlasioNew York's Orthodox community is the latest target for Mayor Bill de Blasio's decidedly unorthodox presidential campaign, and its raising eyebrows.
'I Think We're Making A Lot Of Progress': Brooklyn DA Eric Gonzalez Discusses Guns, Gangs And 'Justice 2020' InitiativeGonzalez is the chief law enforcement officer in a borough beset by gun violence.
NYPD Commissioner Promises Fair Decision In Officer Pantaleo's Fate Over Eric Garner DeathIt could be the most momentous decision O'Neill makes as police commissioner.
O'Neill Pushes Back On Cuomo's Criticism Of Response In Water Bucket IncidentsIt's a war of words between Gov. Andrew Cuomo and Police Commissioner James O'Neill over the water bucket attacks on New York City cops. 
NYPD Officer Pantaleo Suspended After Trial Judge Recommends He Be Fired Over Eric Garner's DeathThe NYPD's Deputy Commissioner of Trials Rosemarie Maldonado recommended Daniel Pantaleo be fired.
De Blasio's Extreme Tax Plan Is Either A Political Stunt Or A Recipe To Ruin NYC, Experts Say“This plan is not just a tax on the ultra-wealthy, not just a tax on the wealthy, but a tax on the middle class… It’s extreme,” Timothy Ghriskey, the chief investment strategist for Inverness Counsel said.
Campaign 2020: De Blasio Heckled By Protesters As The Field Attacks Joe BidenIt was a rock'em, sock'em debate that surprisingly started with front-runner Joe Biden begging for mercy. “Go easy on me kid,” the former vice president said.
NYPD's Top Female Officers Sue NYC, Claim De Blasio And Police Commissioner Fired Them For Being Older And WhiteJoanne Jaffe was the first female three-star Chief of Community Affairs. Diana Pizzuti was the first female Chief of Personnel. Both were fired on the same day by the NYPD.
New NYCHA Monitor Details In Exclusive Interview With CBS2 Just How Antiquated Struggling Agency IsHis name is Bart Schwartz. He's the man on the hot seat, the new monitor hired to overhaul the city's troubled public housing system.