Campaign 2020: New Jersey's Cory Booker Expects To Miss Qualifying For Next Debate, Won't Drop Out Of RaceHe would need to draw 4 percent support in four qualifying polls by midnight Thursday, and he currently has none.
Judiciary Committee Debates Impeachment Articles Against President TrumpThe House Judiciary Committee is debating amendments to the two articles of impeachment against President Trump, the last step before sending the articles to the full House for a vote.
Caught On Camera: Suspect Sexually Assaults 3 Women In 30 Minutes Near NYC Subway Station, Police SayAuthorities tell CBS2 the man was caught on surveillance video right after groping three women in Upper Manhattan Tuesday night.
On The Ballot? New Jersey Lawmakers Debate If Voters Should Decide Marijuana LegalizationDemocrat-led Assembly and Senate committees held public hearings on the proposed referendum, as required under the law.
Bronx Family's Famous Christmas Display Goes Dark After 46 YearsThe family says health issues prevented them from setting up and maintaining the dozens of statues and lighting which they crafted and dressed by hand.
Port Authority To Look Into Technology That Could Save Bridge And Tunnel Carpool DiscountThe Port Authority previously said it was going to cancel the carpool discount at the Hudson River crossings, but after several CBS2 stories and push-back from local leaders it is revising that decision.
Byford On Attacked MTA Bus, Subway Workers: 'They're Just Trying To Do Their Jobs'The MTA is putting on a united front after an outbreak of violence against New York City transit employees.
Long Island Students Create Holiday Thank You Cards For Nassau County PoliceThe initiative started in part to help combat the mental health crisis in law enforcement.
Girls Who Code Showcase Launching Female Coders Into Tomorrow's Tech Job MarketplaceHundreds of girls from grades 6 to 10 are taking part in a new event showcasing their computer programming talents.
State Senators Miffed At Realtor No-Shows For Hearing On Long Island Housing DiscriminationA state Senate hearing was launched Thursday on housing discrimination, following an investigation that uncovered widespread unequal treatment of minorities by real estate agents on Long Island.
Mayor, Commissioner Promise New Efforts Against Hate Groups Before They AttackThe mayor and new police commissioner spent much of the day in Williamsburg discussing the city's response to the targeted attack in Jersey City.