New Jersey To End Indoor Mask MandateAlso, New York City announces schools will conduct in-person learning in the fall. CBS2's Jenna DeAngelis has the story.
Nassau County Proposing New Grants For Small BusinessesCBS2's Carolyn Gusoff has information on how you can apply.
With Lights Flashing, NYPD Responds To Neighborhoods Following Anti-Semitic AttacksCBS2's Hazel Sanchez has more on two attacks in Brooklyn on Saturday night.
George Floyd's Life Celebrated In BrooklynAs the one-year anniversary of the 46-year-old's death approaches, Floyd's brother led a rally in Brooklyn on Sunday. CBS2's Kiran Dhillon was there.
NY AG Calls For Sweeping Legislation To Hold Police More AccountableThe New York state Attorney General wants sweeping new legislation to try to hold police more accountable. It would change laws governing excessive use of force; CBS2's Dick Brennan reports.
President Biden Signs Bill That Aims To Combat Hate CrimesPresident Joe Biden on Thursday signed a bill that aims to combat the spike in hate crimes against Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders.
House Approves COVID-19 Hate Crimes ActIn response to the rise in attacks on Asian Americans since the start of the pandemic, late Tuesday afternoon on Capitol Hill, the House approved the COVID-19 Hate Crimes Act.
Human Resources Head Steven Banks Talks To CBS2 About NYC's Plan To Deal With HomelessCBS2's Marcia Kramer has the story.
Tax Returns Reveal Gov. Cuomo To Make $5 Million On COVID-19 MemoirCBS2's Dick Brennan has more on the controversy.
N.Y., Conn. To Follow CDC Mask Guidelines; N.J. To Hold OffCBS2's Ali Bauman has more on the COVID-19 mask confusion.
CBS2 Has What You Need To Know About Mask Guidelines In NYCCBS2's Hazel Sanchez spoke to store owners and New Yorkers about the state's decision to not yet agree to the CDC's updated rules on masks.
24/7 Subway Service Set To Resume Early Monday MorningCBS2's Lisa Rozner has more on the MTA's assurances that the trains are safe, but also spoke to some people who don't necessarily believe that's the case.
CBS News Poll: Majority Of Republicans Supports Rep. Cheney's OusterCBS2's Debra Alfarone has the story.
The Latest On Mask Guidance In New York CityCBS2's Jessica Moore tries to clear up any confusion between what the city will allow and the CDC's guidelines.
House Republicans Remove Rep. Liz Cheney From Leadership PositionCheney has been a harsh critic of former President Donald Trump and many believe her opposition to him cost her. Natalie Brand reports.
Rob Astorino Says He's Running For New York GovernorFormer Westchester County Executive Rob Astorino is running for governor of New York.
CBS2 Profiles Immigrants Who Came To U.S. Over The Treacherous Southern BorderCBS2's Kevin Rincon spoke to two women who described the ordeal.
New York City, State Launch War Of Words Over Handling Of HomelessCBS2's Ali Bauman reports.
Former NYPD Commissioner Bratton Expresses Concern About City's Approach To Violent CrimeCBS2's Marcia Kramer has the story.
CBS2 Unveils Candiate Conversations With Leading NYC Mayoral ContendersWith the primary just six weeks away, we have a new feature — conversations with the candidates to help you compare and contrast the big field. CBS2's Marcia Kramer reports.
How Does Ranked Choice Voting Work?Changes are coming to the way we vote, with ranked choice voting. Watch this explanation of how it works.
Investigators Say They Now Know Who Is Behind Fuel Pipeline CyberattackCBS2's Cory James has more on what this could mean for gas prices going forward.
Former Head Of FDA Calls For Easing Of Indoor RestrictionsCBS2's Mola Lenghi has the latest on the mission to get the majority of Americans vaccinated for COVID-19.
Candidate Conversations: Maya WileyCBS2 is holding in-depth conversations with the 2021 New York City mayoral candidates. We are asking each of them the same questions, so you can compare. Here’s Marcia Kramer’s interview with Democrat Maya Wiley.