COVID Vaccine: Some Claim They Were Injured By Shots, But Experts Say There Is No Legal RecourseSince the first COVID-19 vaccine was administered, about 3.5 million people in New York and New Jersey have received their first dose. But not everyone is celebrating this life-affirming milestone.
The Hard Conversation: Jennifer Jones-Austin Of The Federation Of Protestant Welfare Agencies And The New York Urban League's Arva Rice On NYPD ReformsThe deadline is fast approaching for police departments across New York state to redesign themselves or lose state funding.
Bronx-Born Desus Nice And The Kid Mero On Remaking Late-Night TVCBS2's Maurice DuBois talks with Desus and Mero, who're changing the game of late-night television.
Central Park Bird Watcher Who Was Victim Of Deliberate Act Of Racial Bias Writes Graphic Novel About Unjust Killing Of BlacksA new comic book is taking a serious look at racial strife.
The Power Of August: Transformative Moments Throughout American Civil Rights HistoryAug. 28 is the date of the murder of Emmett Till and the March on Washington. In fact, August has brought many of the nation's most transformative moments.
'Stand Up To Violence' Battles Rising Gun Violence, Looks To Provide MentorshipA local organization called Stand Up To Violence is looking to provide guidance and mentorship to those impacted by gun violence in New York.
The Hard Conversation: Writer David Simon, Creator Of 'The Wire', Talks With CBS2's Maurice DuBois About Policing In America: 'Transform The Mission'Maurice DuBois talks with the David Simon, the creator of the hit TV Show "The Wire" about the state of the country and policing in America.
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.
Documentary Filmmaker Marshall Curry, CBS2's Maurice DuBois Discuss Where The Conversation About Race Goes From HereCurry, who lives in Brooklyn, spent a lot of time thinking about race in America. He thinks we're at a pivotal moment.
CBS Sunday Morning: A Crossroads For Race RelationsJust beyond a police station in Harlem stands a statue of Harriet Tubman, who led enslaved people to freedom on the Underground Railroad. Two symbols of strength a block away from each other – yet worlds apart, Maurice DuBois reports.
Black History Month: Anthony McGill, Principal Clarinet At New York PhilharmonicTo listen to the New York Philharmonic is to experience the pinnacle of the art form. Playing in the middle of it all is 40-year-old Anthony McGill.
Manhattan DA Reviewing Malcolm X Murder CaseThree men were arrested and convicted, but now the Netflix documentary "Who Killed Malcolm X" has revealed new facts about the murder.
New York Association of Black Journalists Holds Awards Ceremony In NYCFormer CBS2 reporter Janelle Burrell was nominated for both feature reporting and investigative journalism.
Back To School: Managing Your Children's Screen TimeIn this digital age, children are constantly surrounded by technology, but how can parents make sure it doesn't impede on school work?
The Central Park Five Speak With Maurice DuBoisYusef Salaam. Antron McCray. Raymond Santana. Korey Wise. Kevin Richardson. Five men connected in a way few of us could ever imagine.