Amazon Prime Day has officially kicked off; CBS2's Jessica Layton reports.

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Amazon Kicks Off Prime Day Sales EventAmazon Prime Day has officially kicked off; CBS2's Jessica Layton reports.
Target, Walmart, Others Ramping Up Deals To Counter Amazon Prime DayNow in its fifth year, the Prime Day shopping spree rivals Black Friday and Cyber Monday, according to retail expects. CBS2's Alex Denis reports.
Amazon Prime Day Gets UnderwayThis year, the online retail giant has some competition from Walmart, Best Buy, Target and eBay.
Some Manhattan Businesses Make Most Of BlackoutMany Hell's Kitchen businesses lost money during Saturday night's blackout, but a few got proactive and limited their losses. CBS2's Dave Carlin reports
Cause Of Manhattan Blackout Still UnclearLawmakers are putting the pressure on Con Ed to explain Saturday night's blackout and to prevent something like it from ever happening again. CBS2's Reena Roy reports
'All Clear' Given To DR-Bound JetBlue FlightA JetBlue flight out of Newark to the Dominican Republic was diverted to JFK Airport on Sunday morning after a handful of passengers and crew members got sick. CBS2's Jessica Moore reports
Hell's Kitchen Business Take A Beating During BlackoutMidtown businesses lost a lot of money during Saturday night's blackout, but some managed to make the most of a difficult situation. CBS2's Dave Carlin reports
Heat Turned Up On Con Ed Over BlackoutGovernor Cuomo and other lawmakers said Sunday that while Con Edison has improved of late as a service, Saturday night's blackout in Manhattan was unacceptable. CBS2's Reena Roy reports
How To Spot And Avoid Hidden FeesMost of us look for a good deal before we buy something, but often the final price ends up higher than expected. CBS2's Marc Liverman has tips on how to spot and avoid the sneaky fees.

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Sales Tax Raised In Westchester CountyIn a high-tax county, they raised the sales tax and patted themselves on the back for doing it. Elected officials say it was the best way to stabilize county finances; CBS2's Tony Aiello reports.
How To Avoid Overspending On VacationIt's easy to spend and impulse buy while on summer vacation, but those added expenses follow you back home once your trip is over; CBS2's Kristine Johnson reports.
Pilot Program To Better Prepare Long Beach For FloodingThe Long Island city of Long Beach has entered into an agreement with National Grid that will likely prevent widespread gas shortages in the event of a flood. CBSN New York's Carolyn Gusoff reports
Eye Drops, Ointments Sold At Walmart And Walgreens RecalledA recall has been issued for eye drops and ointments over fears the products may not be sterile.
Pig Ear Dog Treats Linked To SalmonellaThe CDC says pig ear dog treats have been linked to an outbreak of salmonella in New York and 12 other states.
American Dream Mall Gets Opening DateThe long-delayed America Dream mall in New Jersey is now scheduled to open on October 25.
New Adventure Park Unveiled At Jones BeachJones Beach is celebrating its 90th anniversary by opening a new adventure park. Gov. Andrew Cuomo was there Tuesday for the big announcement. CBS2's Carolyn Gusoff reports
Sales Tax To Go Up In WestchesterA sales tax hike goes into effect in Westchester on Aug. 1.
July Best BuysThis month is one of the best times of the summer to save some cash.
1.6M Honda, Acura Vehicles Recalled For Faulty AirbagsHonda is recalling 1.6 million vehicles in the U.S. to replace potentially deadly Takata air bag inflators, completing its required recalls six months ahead of schedule, the automaker said Friday.
FDA: Certain Dog Food Brands Possibly Linked To Heart DiseaseA new report says certain dog food brands may be linked to heart disease,
Parents Demand Recall Changes For Children's FurnitureParents of children killed by heavy furniture are demanding changes to the way companies like Ikea handle their recalls.
Fisher-Price Recalls Infant SleepersFisher-Price has recalled 71,000 infant sleepers for a rollover risk.
Major Changes Coming To InstagramCBSN New York's Alice Gainer talks to Dana Tyler about some of the other changes social media giant Instagram is considering, including how to prevent interference in the 2020 election.
Tennis Star Serena Williams To Grace Cover Of Wheaties BoxThe tennis star's limited-edition Wheaties box will hit stores over the next several weeks. CBS2's Chris Wragge reports.
Living Large On Billionaires' RowCBSN New York's Natalie Duddridge gets a look inside the ultra-expensive 87th floor of 157 W. 57th St., in Manhattan on this week's edition of Living Large.
Olive Oil Prices Could Skyrocket Under Trump's Proposed TariffsPresident Trump's proposed tariffs on European products is what could cause an intercontinental food fight; CBS2's Lisa Rozner reports.
Tariffs On European Good Could Mean Skyrocketing PricesPresident Donald Trump has proposed tariffs ranging from 25 percent to 100 percent on more than 300 products from Europe including wine, cheese and olive oil. CBSN New York's Lisa Rozner reports
7-Eleven Delivering Slurpees To Central ParkYou can get your slurpee fix while hanging out in Central Park today, thanks to a new delivery service.
Schumer Warns Against Counterfeit Vape PodsSen. Chuck Schumer sounded the alarm Sunday, saying counterfeit vape pods, many from China, are flooding the U.S. market.

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