New York may already be at or near its apex of cases, Gov. Andrew Cuomo said Sunday.

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New York Rangers Fire Head CoachThe Rangers have fired head coach David Quinn and three assistants.
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House Republicans Remove Rep. Liz Cheney From Leadership PositionCheney has been a harsh critic of former President Donald Trump and many believe her opposition to him cost her. Natalie Brand reports.
Pop-Up COVID Vaccine Sites Open At NYC Transit HubsEight new pop-up vaccination sites are open at Metropolitan Transportation Authority station stops in the city, on Long Island and in the Mid-Hudson Region. CBS2's Natalie Duddridge reports.
De Blasio Says NYC Is Ready To Vaccinate Kids As Young As 12 Once CDC ApprovesOfficials say more than 200 locations on the city's vaccine finder site offer the Pfizer vaccine.
Worst Fighting In Nearly 7 Years Between Palestinians, IsraelisPalestinian militants have fired hundreds of rockets at Israel. About 50 people have been killed on both sides, including some children. CBS2's Jessica Moore reports.
2 People Attacked In Separate Incidents At Times Square Subway StationAn attacker is on the loose after a Metropolitan Transportation Authority employee was assaulted at around 7:45 a.m. Wednesday at the Times Square station. About an hour and a half after that attack, a rider was slashed in the face inside the same transit hub, police said. CBS2's Dave Carlin reports.
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2 Men Shot In Morris Heights Section Of The BronxOne of the men was shot in the head. Both were rushed to the hospital. The circumstances weren't immediately clear.
New York City Council To Vote On Moped Share RegulationsThe bill would prohibit the operation of companies likes Revel without Department of Transportation approval, and require system operators to obtain a permit for each moped in their fleet.
Supporters Of Israel, Palestine Clash In Manhattan As Crisis Escalates In MideastIsrael is said to be bracing for war, and for so many in New York, the conflict in the Middle East is personal. CBS2's John Dias reports.
New Haven Firefighter KilledA firefighter has been killed battling a blaze early Wednesday morning in New Haven.
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New Observation Deck In Midtown To Open Oct. 21Get ready to enjoy New York City's famous skyline from new heights.
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Travel Industry Starting To Pick Up Again As Pandemic Restrictions Ease, Vaccinations IncreaseThe travel industry suffered a more than 40% reduction in consumer spending during the pandemic, but things are taking off again. CBS2's Jessica Moore has advice on where to go and how to get there.
Workers At Hindu Temple In New Jersey Say They Were Forced Into Manual LaborAbout 200 workers at a large Hindu temple in central New Jersey say they were forced into manual labor. A new lawsuits says the workers made little more than $1 an hour; CBS2's Nick Caloway reports.
Father, Son Attacked After Fender Bender In QueensA fender bender in Queens turned into a violent beatdown over the weekend, and now police are looking for the suspect accused of attacking a father and son; CBS2's Ali Bauman reports.
New Yorkers Clash During Protests Over Crisis In The Middle EastIsrael is said to be bracing for war, and for so many in New York, the conflict in the Middle East is personal; CBS2's Jessica Layton reports.
MTA Employee Honored For Saving Dog On Subway TracksAn MTA employee was recognized Tuesday after saving a scared dog in the subway; CBS2's Christina Fan reports.

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