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Gov. Murphy Signs Bill Preventing Housing DiscriminationThe Garden State is marking Juneteenth with a new law that prevents housing discrimination.
Gov. Cuomo To Make Major Announcement On New York's COVID-19 Vaccination RateCBS2's John Dias has the latest, as the state approaches the 70% vaccination threshold apparently needed for the lifting of many more restrictions.
Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene Apologizes For Holocaust RemarksCBS2's Kristine Johnson has the story.
COVID Delta Variant A Concern, Especially In NYC Communities With Low Vaccination RatesCBS2's Jessica Layton looks at a handful of zip codes in the Bronx, where people are still hesitant to get their shots.
Jewish New Yorkers Optimistic About New Israel PM Bennett, But Palestinian Groups Not PleasedCBS2's Lisa Rozner has more on the new prime minister's first full day on the job.
Netanyahu's 12-Year Reign Ends; Bennett New Israel Prime MinisterCBS2's Lisa Rozner has more on what the change means for Jewish communities in New York City.
Puerto Rican Day Parade Held Live In BrooklynCBS2's Hazel Sanchez spoke to excited New Yorkers in Bushwick.
Longtime Israel Prime Minister Netanyahu OustedCBS2's Lisa Rozner has the latest.
Final Preparations For CBS2 Mayoral DebateIt's the final debate before early voting begins on Saturday.
Gov. Cuomo: 70% Is Magic Number For Full New York ReopeningBut until then, as CBS2's Dick Brennan reports, children in school will have to keep their masks on.
Suffolk County Offering New Incentives To Children To Get VaccineCBS2's Carolyn Gusoff has the details.
Sen. Schumer: Subminimum Wage Must End For ServersThere was a push Friday in Brooklyn to raise the minimum wage.
Criminal Justice Reform Bills Spark Passionate Opinions On From Proponents & OpponentsWith less than a week left in the legislative session in Albany, there's a push to pass a package of criminal justice reform bills. Proponents say they benefit society by giving reformed offenders as second chance. Opponents say the proposals are pro-criminal and dangerous; CBS2's Carolyn Gusoff reports.
New York Lawmakers Call For Funding For Youth Violence Reduction ProgramNew York lawmakers are calling for funding for the youth violence reduction program "Stand Up to Violence."
Connecticut Making Progress In Fight To Stop Hate CrimesConnecticut is making progress in its fight to stop hate crimes.
President Biden On 1921 Tulsa Massacre: 'Hell Was Unleashed'The president made the trip to Tulsa, Oklahoma on Tuesday, the 100th anniversary of the tragedy, to remember the victims. CBS2's Dick Brennan reports.
Rent Relief On The Horizon For New YorkersCBS2's Tony Aiello has the latest on a new assistance program for renters and landlords.
Attacks Heat Up In NYC Mayoral Race As Primaries Close InWith just three weeks before voters go to the polls to pick Democratic and Republican candidates for mayor, the men and women seeking the top jobs are throwing punches and launching broadsides as they jockey for the hearts and minds of the electorate. CBS2’s Marcia Kramer reports.
John Jay College Of Criminal Justice Prof. Dennis Kenney On Use Of Force LegislationNew York Attorney General Letitia James has proposed new changes to police use of force standards. John Jay professor and former police officer Dennis Kenney spoke about the proposed legislation.
NYC Council Passes Bill Increasing Monthly Vouchers For Homeless Individuals, But Mayor Hints He Might Not SignThe New York City Council is taking a dramatic step to help homeless families find permanent homes. Mayor Bill de Blasio says the measure is on the right track but hints he might not sign the bill. Homeless advocates think that's because he's got yet another issue with Gov. Andrew Cuomo; CBS2 political reporter Marcia Kramer explains.
Breaking Down How Ranked Choice Voting WorksThis is the first time New York City voters will be using ranked choice voting. CBS News political reporter Adam Brewster explains how it works.
NYC Mayoral Race: Republicans Mateo, Sliwa Go At It In Fiery DebateCBS2's Marcia Kramer has more on the word of words between the two candidates.
George Floyd 1-Year Anniversary: Extended Interview With The Rev. Al SharptonSharpton discusses at length how far the country has come in race relations in the year since George Floyd was killed. CBS2's Aundrea Cline-Thomas reports.
Children On Long Island Demand Mask Mandates Be ReaddressedThe latest mask guidance from the CDC has been a mixed bag for millions of families. People who are fully vaccinated can take their masks off in most places. But where does that leave children? CBS2's Jennifer McLogan reports.

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