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How Black Family's Housing Denial Reverberates TodayCBS Mornings has done a series of stories on wealth in America, including the role of race. The typical Black family has only a fraction of the wealth of a white family, and many experts say real estate is the root of that problem. CBS News' Tony Dokoupil goes back to Bergen County, where his grandfather bought a house in 1953, an investment that skyrocketed in value. Now, he's sharing the experience of a Black family who hoped to make a similar purchase in the same county.
'Singing Phlebotomist' Inspires Others Near And FarA medical assistant in New Jersey has found his own special way to heal patients, bringing his guitar to work each day and serenading the critically ill. Now, the outside world is finding inspiration in his music. CBS News' Jericka Duncan has the story.
Mayor De Blasio Holds Daily BriefingMayor Bill de Blasio holds latest briefing on COVID response, vaccine requirements and more in New York City.
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Brian Laundrie Manhunt Resumes In FloridaSearch teams are back at a nature park in Florida looking for Gabby Petito's finance, Brian Laundrie, who is a person of interest in her homicide.
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Confusion After FDA Approval Of Pfizer BoosterThe FDA has authorized a Pfizer COVID vaccine booster shot for the elderly and some others at high risk. But as CBS2's Dr. Max Gomez explains, the ruling has actually stirred confusion, even among federal regulators.
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New York Offering Free Football Tickets With COVID VaccineNew York Gov. Kathy Hochul announced new COVID vaccine incentives Thursday.
NY Preparing For Health Care Worker Vaccine DeadlineThe governor said Thursday she's reaching out to other countries about possible backup.
NY Health Commissioner Stepping DownDr. Howard Zucker is stepping down as New York State health commissioner.
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Prince Harry, Meghan Markle In NYCTheir trip begins Thursday morning at the observatory at One World Trade.
Public Meetings Begin On Congestion PricingThe first public meeting will be held today on congestion pricing in Manhattan.
Vote On Food Delivery Worker ProtectionsThe New York City Council is considering a package of bills that would provide a number of protections for app-based food couriers.
MTA To Start Issuing Mask FinesStrick new mask rules take effect Thursday for all MTA riders. Anyone who refuses to comply risks paying a fine. CBS2's John Dias reports.
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'Medically Fragile' NYC Public School Students Say Remote Lessons Aren't EnoughMayor Bill de Blasio has staunchly resisted calls for a remote learning option this school year, but two weeks into the semester and some students considered "medically fragile" are already falling behind. CBS2's Ali Bauman sat down with one family in Sheepshead Bay, Brooklyn.

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