Mayor De Blasio Turns Up The Heat On The UnvaccinatedThe mayor doesn't mince words as he stresses the need for people to get the COVID-19 vaccine to protect themselves against the Delta variant. CBS2's Tony Aiello reports.
West Village Residents Push Back Against NYC's Plan To Keep Outdoor DiningThey say they are all for supporting local businesses, but the structures are responsible for excessive noise, large amounts of trash and rats. CBS2's Aundrea Cline-Thomas has the story.
City Council Education Chair Speaks Out On COVID Protocols For The FallMark Treyger took to Twitter on Monday night and said, in part, the Department of Education should offer a fall remote option for kids not of vaccination age. CBS2's Kristine Johnson reports.
De Blasio Pushes Back At Calls To Bring Mask Mandates BackThe mayor says the key to defeating the more serious Delta variant of COVID-19 is to get the vaccine. CBS2's Jessica Layton reports.
Ranked Choice Voting: Lawmakers Examine What Worked, And What Didn'tCBS2's Kevin Rincon has the story.
New Push To Make Gun Trafficking A Federal CrimeTwo New York lawmakers have joined forces to tackle gun trafficking. On Monday, new legislation was announced in honor of a Brooklyn teen killed by gun violence. CBS2’s Christina Fan reports.
Assembly Hearing Tackles New York City's Ranked Choice Voting SystemThe primary election last month in New York City was anything but smooth. Monday, a state Assembly hearing was held to unpack what worked and what didn't when it comes to ranked choice voting. CBS2's Kevin Rincon reports.
Sen. Schumer Trying To Put An End To 'Passport Purgatory'New York's senior senator is calling on the State Department to end the massive backlog of applications and renewals that are preventing people from traveling. CBS2's Jessica Moore reports.
COVID Cases On Rise Around The CountryPresident Biden and his CDC director call it an epidemic of the unvaccinated. CBS2's Natalie Brand reports.
Judge Orders U.S. To Close DACA Program To New ApplicantsA federal judge in Texas ordered the U.S. government on Friday to close the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program to new applicants, saying the Obama administration did not have the legal authority to grant deportation relief and work permits to undocumented immigrants brought to the U.S. as children.
Parents Waiting For Gov. Cuomo To Sign Legislation Aiming To Help With Early Developmental CareA new bill in Albany aims to cut red tape for parents seeking early developmental care for young children. That legislation has passed, but it's still sitting on Gov. Andrew Cuomo's desk, unsigned; CBS2's Nick Caloway reports.
N.J. Woman Has Been Battling IRS For 7 Years To Prove She Is AliveCBS2's Jessica Layton has the story.
Solidarity March For Cuba Held In North Bergen, N.J.CBS2's Ali Bauman has more on the demonstration, which coincided with much larger protests in Florida.
Having Trouble Getting Your Passport Renewed? You're Definitely Not AloneCBS2's Jennifer McLogan has more on the struggle to get in-person appointments and what the government is trying to do about it.
Cuban-Americans Express Sorrow Over Protests In Their Home CountryCBS2's Jessica Layton has more from West New York, New Jersey, the home of one of the area's largest Cuban populations.
Protesters Sound Off Again On Gov. Cuomo's Plan To Put Essential Workers Monument In Battery Park CityCBS2's Lisa Rozner has the latest.
White House Meeting To Tackle Rise In Gun ViolencePresident Joe Biden met with city and law enforcement leaders from around the U.S., including Brooklyn Borough President and NYC mayoral candidate Eric Adams. CBS2's Alice Gainer reports.
Kathryn Garcia Officially Bows Out Of NYC Mayoral RaceThe former sanitation commissioner said she spoke to Eric Adams and congratulated him on his victory in the Democratic primary. The Board of Elections is expected to certify the results by next week. CBS2's Hazel Sanchez reports.
EMS Workers Boycotting Hometown Heroes ParadeAs CBS2's Ali Bauman reports, they are in a dispute with the city over what they say are unfair wages.
Corey Johnson Concedes NYC Comptroller Race To Brad LanderLander holds a comfortable lead after the counting of absentee ballots. CBS2's Maurice Dubois reports.
Eric Adams A Step Closer To Securing Democratic Mayoral NominationThe Brooklyn borough president leads Kathryn Garcia by a little more than 8,400 votes after the counting of absentee ballots. CBS2's Dick Brennan reports.
NYC Mayoral Primary: Adams Leads After Counting Of Absentee BallotsCBS2's Dick Brennan has the latest following the release of more results by the Board of Elections.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo Declares Gun Violence Disaster EmergencyGov. Andrew Cuomo has declared a new disaster emergency — due to continuing gun violence. CBS2's Hazel Sanchez reports.
Waiting For Board Of Elections To Release NYC Mayoral Primary ResultsThe Board of Elections says it will be releasing Tuesday the absentee ballot count in the mayoral race, which could decide who is the winner of the Democratic primary. CBS2's Dick Brennan reports.

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