Millennials Talk Racial Bias In Restaurant Industry With Maurice DuBoisThe arrest of two black men at a Philadelphia Starbucks in April raised questions about how companies train their employees to avoid racial bias.
AAA: Drivers More Likely To Get Ticketed In So-Called 'Hot Spots' Throughout NYCBelieve it or not, there are certain spots where you're more than likely to get that dreaded red envelope.
CBS2 Exclusive: NYPD's Second-In-Command Sits Down With Maurice DuBoisFirst Deputy Commissioner Benjamin Tucker, a New York City native, has a unique perspective on protecting our city and our country.
Schools Chancellor Carmen Fariña Announces RetirementFariña has been in the post since Mayor Bill de Blasio took office in 2014.
McConnell Says 'We Have The Votes' To Pass GOP Tax BillLawmakers have been working on a rewrite after the nonpartisan Joint Committee on Taxation estimated the Senate plan would add $1 trillion to the nation's deficit over 10 years.
Seen At 11: NYPD’s Aviation Unit Hits The Sky To Crack Down On Illegally Flown DronesMore than 600,000 drones were registered with the Federal Aviation Administration last year alone.
Caught On Camera: Driver Leads Police On Wild Chase In OklahomaThe high-speed chase, which lasted nearly three hours, seemed like something out of an action movie and really put officers to the test.
Terror Prevention, De Blasio Pay-To-Play Allegations Dominate Fierce Final Mayoral DebatePrevention of future terror attacks in the wake of a deadly incident just a day earlier, and pay-to-play allegations against Mayor Bill de Blasio, were among the dominant subjects at the final New York City mayoral debate.