Cuomo: Buffalo Should Consider Firing, Possibly Charging Officers Seen On Video Shoving 75-Year-Old ManThe governor played the video during his daily briefing Friday and said he spoke with the victim.
Gov. Cuomo Reveals 'Say Their Name' Police Reform Agenda In Wake Of George Floyd Death And Recent ProtestsCuomo said New York should lead the charge “as the progressive capital.”
Mayor Says 'This Is Not Acceptable And Must Stop' After Food Deliveryman Detained During CurfewThe NYPD says approximately 200 people were arrested Thursday, many continuing to march after the 8 p.m. curfew.
'We're Showing Respect For Protests, But You Need To Go Home,' Mayor Says After Clashes Over CurfewPublic Advocate Jumaane Williams said he saw officers being very aggressive toward peaceful demonstrators and yelling “mayor’s curfew!”
Long Island Protesters Demand Justice For George Floyd During Peaceful DemonstrationDemonstrators in Hempstead Village on Wednesday told CBS2's Jennifer McLogan their protests are necessary to fight systemic racism and promote unity.
New York City 'Took A Step Forward' On Night 2 Of Curfew, Mayor SaysAs the sun went down, police blocked traffic below 96th Street for the first night of the 8 p.m. curfew – an effort to curb looting and violence that has broken out at nightfall.
SEE IT: Doctors, Nurses Take A Knee In Solidarity With Protesters In Union SquareDoctors and nurses from Mount Sinai Hospital held hands and chanted against police brutality in the middle of 14th Street.
Mayor: NYPD, Community Leaders Will Create Peace In New York City, Not The National GuardNew York City will be under curfew from 8 p.m. to 5 a.m. through Sunday, the mayor announced Tuesday.
Gov. Cuomo Draws Line Between Protesters And Criminals Exploiting Movement To Cause More ChaosThe governor said he supports the protesters, but those inciting violence, causing destruction and looting are a separate story.
NYPD Sergeant, Officer Struck By Hit-And-Run Drivers In Separate IncidentsTwo NYPD officers were injured by hit-and-run drivers while responding to reports of break-ins during the protests over George Floyd's death.
New York City Spends Night Under Historic Curfew; Expected To Start Earlier TuesdayThe last curfew of this kind was imposed back in 1943 by then-mayor Fiorello La Guardia.