Gwyneth Paltrow's Daughter Upset Over Mom's Picture ShareThe actress and GOOP founder posting a sweet picture on Instagram of her and 14-year-old daughter Apple on a ski lift, but the teen was quick to point out she gave mom no permission to share her on social media without consent.
New Jersey Teen Once Homelessness Accepted At 18 Colleges, Lands Dream PickThe story of Dylan Chidick is a tale of triumph over tragedy when, after being n and out of homelessness during his youth, he got admissions letters from 17 schools. On Tuesday, the teen landed this 18th acceptance letter, and it was the one that counted the most: His dream school, The College of New Jersey.
A Miniature World Of Wonder At Tiny Doll House"I think there's a fascination with things in miniature, that people can create such detailed items that reflect everything in our lives," owner Leslie Edelman told CBS2's Elle McLogan.
New Jersey Parents Warned Of Whooping Cough OutbreakParents are being warned after a child was diagnosed with pertussiss, also known as whooping cough. CBS2's Chris Wragge reports.
Suicide Tips Seen In Kids' YouTube VideosCBS2's Tony Aiello has the latest on the disturbing discovery of suicide instructions, violence and sexual content hidden within YouTube videos meant for children.
Johnson And Johnson Subpoenaed About Baby Powder Safety ConcernsNew Jersey-based Johnson and Johnson says it been subpoenaed by the Justice Department and the Security and Exchange Commission. Federal officials are now seeking documents about the safety of its popular baby powder and other products containing talc.
Sneak Peak At Toy Fair New York's Hottest New, Unreleased PlaythingsCBSN New York's John Dias takes a walk through of Toy Fair New York 2019 at the Javits Center, a showcase of new items for retailers and buyers to check out for future sales.
NJ Governor To Sign New Family Leave Act Into LawA bill expanding New Jersey’s family leave will allow employees to take more time off without risking their jobs. CBS2’s Jenne DeAngelis reports.
NYC's Toy Fair Brings On The FunCBSN New York's John Dias takes look at the largest playthings trade show in the western hemisphere, Toy Fair New York, at the Javits Center in Feb. 18, 2019.
Toy Fair New York Underway At Javits CenterBuyers and retailers got a look at the hottest new playthings at the Toy Fair New York underway at the Javits Center in New York City. CBS2's Mary Calvi reports.
Cardinal Dolan Stresses Catholic Support For Expecting MothersNew York Timothy Cardinal Dolan held a press conference Monday to reaffirm the archdiocese’s “commitment to helping pregnant women in need” while remaining opposed to abortion amid Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s backing of the state’s Reproductive Health Act. CBS2's Chris Wragge reports.
Cardinal Dolan Talks On Health Law Debate, Abortion Law ControversyTimothy Cardinal Dolan talks about the New York health law debate and abortion law controversy on Feb. 18, 2019, in New York City.
Larchmont Bookstore Opens Community SpaceA bookstore is avoiding financial struggles by opening a community space that can be booked for activities. CBSN New York's John Dias reports.
How To Find Best Summer Camps For Your KidsExecutive director of American Camp Association gives tips on how to pick best summer camps for kids.
Eye On Cyber: Online GamingWith the explosion in popularity of online video games, are there cybersecurity risks? CBS2's Siobhan Gorman explains in this week's Eye on Cyber.
Solider Surprise Reunion Delights Children At Bronx SchoolIt took place at PS 111, where the whole school was in on the surprise for Allana and Jayden Goins. They hadn’t seen their father since last March. CBS2's Cindy Hsu reports.
What Rights Do Homeless Tenants Have In NYC?Kathryn Kliff, a staff attorney for The Legal Aid Society, talks with CBSN New York's Dana Tyler about how some families have had to approach legal aid for help.
New Jersey Mother Delivers Her Own Baby At HomeMelissa Dawson was home alone last Thursday when her water broke and the little one just could not wait. CBS2's Mary Calvi reports.
New York Archdiocese Closing 7 Catholic Schools In The FallTimothy Cardinal Dolan says low enrollment numbers and a lack of funding are to blame for the decision. CBS2's Chris Wragge reports.
CDC: Kids Using Too Much Toothpaste Poses Health RiskUsing too much toothpaste increases the risk of streaky or splotchy teeth as children age. CBS2's Chris Wragge reports.
Bronx Hosting Special Winter OlympicsA group of Bronx preschoolers are getting a chance to show off their athletic skills in a very creative way. CBSN New York's John Dias reports.
Password Weakness Opens Security Systems Up To Hacker AbuseHome security systems are supposed to make people feel safe, but when hackers took control of one family’s system, they felt anything but. CBS2's Anna Werner reports.
Dad Buys Flights To Join Working Daughter For ChristmasPierce Vaughan was working for Delta Airlines on Christmas, so her father Hal bought tickets on the flights she was working on to join her over the holiday. CBS2's Alex Denis reports.
Officials Warn Parents Of Online 'Momo Challenge'The challenge encourages children to contact "Momo," an anonymous cyber-bully who uses a disturbing avatar through Facebook or the "What's-App" app and post videos or photos of violent acts.

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