As CBS2's Lisa Rozner reports, the rate will need to improve if the country is to reach President Joe Biden's goal.
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Man Accused Of Attempted Rape In Queens ElevatorPolice are searching for a man they say tried to rape a woman inside a building in Queens. (Credit: NYPD)
Reward Increased In Shooting Of 11-Month-Old Baby GirlPolice also released new images in the search for the gunman.
Community Reacts To Adams Plan To Restore Controversial UnitThe mayor announced his plan to stem gun violence in the city, including a revamped version of the controversial Anti Crime Unit. CBS2's Elijah Westbrook has the story.
NYPD Officer Still In Critical; Suspect Dies At HospitalCBS2's John Dias has the latest on the NYPD shooting Friday in Harlem and how the city is rallying behind the officers involved.
Chopper 2 Over Scrapyard Fire In NewarkCBS2's Jim Smith reports.
New York Weather: Enjoy It While It LastsCBS2's Elise Finch has the latest weather forecast.
First Alert Weather: CBS2 11 p.m. ForecastCBS2's Lonnie Quinn is tracking a potential weekend snowstorm.
8,500 U.S. Troops Put On High Alert As Tensions Escalate Between Russia And UkraineCBS2's Maurice Dubois reports.
President Biden Gets Testy With Reporter, Suffers Hot Mic MomentCBS2's Kristine Johnson has more on the profanity the president uttered.
Life Imitating Art? Theater That Houses Off-Broadway Play About Crime Suffers OneCBS2's Alice Gainer has the story.
New York State Supreme Court Strikes Down Gov. Hochul's Mask MandateCBS2's Kristine Johnson has the story.
Mayor Adams Unveils Plan To Combat Violence Plaguing New York CityCBS2's Dick Brennan has the story.
Sources: Suspect In Harlem Shooting Of 2 NYPD Officers Had Multiple Weapons In His PossessionCBS2's Cory James has the latest on the investigation and more on a vigil held Monday night outside the 32nd Precinct for slain Officer Jason Rivera and wounded Officer Wilbert Mora.
Prayers Continue To Pour In For Wounded NYPD Officer Wilbert MoraCBS2's Lisa Rozner has the story.
Payment Apps Must Issue Form 1099-K On Business TransactionsIf you get paid for goods and services on Venmo, Cash App or Pay Pal, you might be affected by a new tax rule.
'Momnibus' Bill In Congress Meant To Address Maternal Mortality, Racial DisparityThe U.S. is the only developed country where the maternal mortality rate is rising, with a clear racial disparity. CBS2's Carolyn Gusoff reports.
New Protections In Place For Delivery App Workers In New York CityMore regulations are set to take effect in April.
Connecticut Man Arrested After Tirade Caught On Video At Smoothie ShopA Connecticut man was arrested over the weekend, accused of launching an angry, racist tirade after his son had an allergic reaction to a smoothie. CBS2's Alice Gainer reports.
Mayor Adams Lays Out Blueprint To End Gun ViolenceThe mayor's ambitious plan includes the return of a modified, plainclothes police unit. CBS2's Marcia Kramer reports.
New York Weather: CBS's 1/24 Monday Evening UpdateLonnie Quinn has the First Alert Forecast on CBS2 News At 5.
New Synthetic Antibody Appears To Block Omicron, All Other Known COVID VariantsCBS2’s Dr. Max Gomez has the latest a new antibody that looks to be effective against all forms of the coronavirus.
Standoff In Nassau County Over Masks In Schools ContinuesAs COVID-19 cases in our region begin to plateau and decline, controversy is rising on Long Island, where demonstrators who want no mask or vaccine mandates have been rallying for choice. CBS2's Jennifer McLogan reports.
MTA Addresses Subway Safety After Shoving Incidents, Including 1 FatalPressure is mounting on the MTA because of an alarming rise of violence in the city. CBS2's Aundrea Cline-Thomas reports.
Rookie NYPD Officer Sumit Sulan Hailed A Hero For Quick Actions In Deadly Harlem ShootingOn a well-kept street in Queens, an NYPD unit keeps a quiet eye on the home of Sumit Sulan, the rookie cop who acted decisively when facing a nightmare situation. CBS2's Tony Aiello reports.