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.
Gloves Come Off As NYC Democratic Mayoral Race TightensCBS2's Marcia Kramer has more on Andrew Yang going on the offensive against Kathryn Garcia.
Crowded Field Of Contenders Running For Manhattan District AttorneyThe new Manhattan DA will likely have to focus on the Trump case. The DA is a huge position, with not only implications for the rich and powerful, but also everyday New Yorkers, deciding which crimes to prosecute. CBS2's Andrea Grymes reports.
Jon Stewart Heads To Capitol Hill To Push For Veteran Health BenefitsStewart, a longtime advocate for 9/11 first responders, is also lending his star power to push for increased health care benefits for veterans exposed to toxins and burn pits in the battlefield. Natalie Brand reports.
MTA Study Finds Limited Police Presence At Subway StationsAs crime continues to spike underground, an internal Metropolitan Transportation Authority study reveals there is very little police presence at most subway stations. CBS2's Natalie Duddridge reports.
Extended Version: Fierce Debate Over NYPD's Budget Amid Calls To Defund The PoliceActivists want police department budgets reduced, and the money reinvested in community programs. While union officials agree changes need to be made, they say the current rhetoric is taking a toll on the NYPD. Andrea Grymes reports.
Extended Version: New York Enacts Police Reforms Following Year Of Crowded ProtestsWithin hours of George Floyd's death, people around the world took to the streets to demand more police accountability. Those rallying cries are being turned into a series of reforms for the New York City Police Department. CBS2's Ali Bauman reports.
George Floyd Death Anniversary: Demonstrations For Change Held Throughout NYCCBS2's Ali Bauman has the latest on a day of protests in the Big Apple as people remembered George Floyd on the one-year anniversary of his death.
1-Year Anniversary Of George Floyd's Death A Day Of Protest And Civil DisobedienceCBS2's Marcia Kramer has the story.
Black Lives Matter Movement Shifts From Protest To PolicyNew York Attorney General Letitia James recently unveiled a proposal to overhaul police policies across the state. Many on the front lines say legislative action is the future of the fight for police accountability. CBS2's Cory James reports.
Fierce Debate Over NYPD's Budget Amid Calls To Defund The PoliceActivists want police department budgets reduced, and the money reinvested in community programs. While union officials agree changes need to be made, they say the current rhetoric is taking a toll on the NYPD. Andrea Grymes reports.
New Jersey, Connecticut Enact Police Reforms After George Floyd's MurderPolice reforms aren't just happening in New York. New Jersey and Connecticut are also tackling it. CBS2's Kiran Dhillon reports.
New York Enacts Police Reforms Following Year Of Crowded ProtestsWithin hours of George Floyd's death, people around the world took to the streets to demand more police accountability. Those rallying cries are being turned into a series of reforms for the New York City Police Department. CBS2's Ali Bauman reports.
Local Leaders Mark One Year Since Death Of George FloydRev. Al Sharpton invited Mayor Bill de Blasio and the mayoral candidates to a rally at the National Action Network in East Harlem. CBS2's Alice Gainer reports.
One Year After George Floyd's Death, His Family Meets With President Biden, LawmakersPresident Joe Biden had asked Congress to pass legislation by the 1-year anniversary of Floyd's death, but they will not meet that goal. CBS2's Alice Gainer reports.