New COVID testing requirements take effect Tuesday for international travelers coming into the U.S. CBS2's John Dias reports.
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Negative COVID Test Now Required For TravelersNew COVID testing requirements take effect Tuesday for international travelers coming into the U.S. CBS2's John Dias reports.
Stranger Saves 6-Year-Old Abandoned By Parents On Queens StreetHeartbreaking video shows a child abandoned in seconds before being befriended by total stranger Mishka Peart. CBS2's Jenna DeAngelis reports.
Coronavirus In New York City: Mayor Creates Small Business COVID-19 Recovery ChiefMayor Bill de Blasio says New York City’s coronavirus indicators continue to show “much better news” and “much bigger progress.” CBS2's Maurice DuBois reports.
Coronavirus Impact On Your Money: Frustration Now Turning To Desperation For The UnemployedAn overworked unemployment system that is now breaking down has many in New Jersey seeking unemployment benefits left without answers and without money. CBS2's Jenna DeAngelis reports.
NYPD Workload Increases With Duties Over Mayor's 40 Miles Of Street ClosuresNow that Mayor Bill de Blasio has announced plans to close 40 streets around the city to give people more space to be outside during the coronavirus-driven shutdown, Police Commissioner Dermot Shea spoke to CBS2's political reporter Marcia Kramer about the challenge.
New Views Of Gunman's Shooting, Capture In NYPD 41st PrecinctVideo shows the moment a gunman fired on police before being captured in the NYPD 41st Precinct house in the Bronx on Sunday morning. CBS2's Steve Overmyer reports.
Heart Health Expert: Top Detection And Prevention TipsDr. William Salerno, a cardiovascular disease specialist from Hackensack University Medical Center, shared important advice on how to take care of your heart and specifically what tests you need to save your life. CBSN New York's Natalie Duddridge reports.
Dermot Shea Sworn In As New NYPD Police CommissionerDermot Shea is replacing outgoing Commissioner James O'Neill who spent three years on the job.
Playwright Behind Off-Broadway Hit 'Seared' Shares Insights Into Her CharactersA popular Brooklyn restaurant with a brilliant yet volatile chef who sometimes has trouble simmering down: That's the setting for a sizzling-hot, off-Broadway play called "Seared," written by critically-acclaimed playwright Theresa Rebeck.
Breaking Down Bloomberg's Bombshell ApologyCBS New York's Urban Affairs Expert Mark Peters joined CBSN New York's Valerie Castro to break down the latest apology from former Mayor Michael Bloomberg regarding his reversal on the NYPD's "stop and frisk" policy.
Police Seek Botched Robbery Suspects Who Failed To Rob Brooklyn BodegaPolice are looking for two suspects who tried to rob a bodega at gunpoint in Brooklyn but didn't manage to steal any money.
Cyclist Advocates Hold Street Safety Rally Near City HallTransportation Alternatives and Families for Safe Streets advocates led a rally to change laws in favor of bicyclists after the number of cyclists killed rose this year to 21, more than the number killed in 2018.
New Yorkers Taking Path To Olympics Through ArcheryLarry Brown has dedicated his life to archery, and his star pupil Dallas Jones of Brooklyn is now a national champion eyeing a slot on the U.S. Olympics team in 2020.
ET's Kevin Frazier Shares His Rundown Of The Emmy Awards"Game Of Thrones" owned the night, while smaller shows made their presence known, reports ET's Kevin Frazier with CBSN New York's Alex Denis.
Parents Magazine Editor In Chief Shares Drama-Free Back To School Transition TipsParents Magazine Editor in Chief Liz Vaccariello shares tips with CBSN New York's Dana Tyler on having a drama-free back to school transition for children fast turning into little adults.
Aug. 29, 2019, Court Appearance Of Nelson Cruz, Part 2A judge denied freeing a man imprisoned 21 years ago for a 1998 murder in which retired NYPD detective Louis Scarcella played a role in his conviction.
NYPD Announce Arrest Of 15 In Gang-Related Gun BustOfficials from the NYPD and Queens District Attorney's office share details about the arrest of 15 people and seizure of 10 illegal firearms and 1.5 kilos of cocaine in Operation Impact.
Web Extra: Gloria Allred Talks On Charges Against Harvey WeinsteinAttorney Gloria Allred, who represents women accusing Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein, talks in New York City on Aug. 26, 2019.
Web Extra: Harvey Weinstein Legal Team Enters Not Guilty Plea To New ChargesDonna Rotunno and other members of Harvey Weinstein's defense team speak in New York City on Aug. 26, 2019, about a new indictment filed against the Hollywood mogul.
Sister Of Dead NYPD Officer Pleads For Changes In NYPD Officer SupportEileen Echeverria is the sister of Robert Echeverria, the ninth NYPD officer to die by apparent suicide so far this year.
Watch: U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds and U.K. Royal Air Force Red Arrows NYC FlyoverJets from the U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds and U.K. Royal Air Force Red Arrows fly over the Hudson River in New York City on Aug. 21, 2019.
Officials Talk On Harper's Law, Tip Restraints To Protect ChildrenSenator James Skoufis, Assembly Member Kenneth Zebrowski, supervisor Tony Cardone and parent Aaron Fried talked on the new law that protects children by requiring anchoring of large furniture and electronics at childcare facilities.
Day 2 At The PGA ChampionshipCBSN New York's Steve Overmyer reports on day 2 of the PGA Championship underway at the Bethpage Black golf course in Farmingdale, N.Y.
Lack Of Vaccinations, Ease of Travel To Blame For Measles OutbreakNationally there have been 626 confirmed cases of measles so far in 2019, of which 359 cases in New York, 33 cases in New Jersey and two in Connecticut. CBS2's Dr. Max Gomez reports.