Measles Outbreak: Rockland County Asks Federal Government To Help
In a letter to President Donald Trump, County Executive Ed Day asked the administration to require, "visitors from other countries present certification of appropriate immunization before being allowed to enter our country." CBS2's Kristine Johnson reports.

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Measles Outbreak: Rockland County Asks Federal Government To HelpIn a letter to President Donald Trump, County Executive Ed Day asked the administration to require, "visitors from other countries present certification of appropriate immunization before being allowed to enter our country." CBS2's Kristine Johnson reports.
Schumer Questions Chinese-Made Subway Systems, Raises Issue Of National Cyber-Security RiskSen. Chuck Schumer held a news conference at the Fulton Street Subway Station on Sunday night to call on the U.S. Commerce Department to look into a Chinese state-owned company selling subway operations systems and if they pose a cyber-security risk.
U.S. Warns Commercial Airlines Flying In Persian GulfThe U.S. is now warning commercial airlines flying in the Persian Gulf, amid heightened tensions with Iran.
CBS 2 News at 12:00 p.m.A Queens man finally met the person who saved his life with a stem cell donation. 78-year-old John Wolf was diagnosed with leukemia in 2015 and given just three to six months to live. A 29-year-old man from Germany turned out to be a perfect match.
Wake Today For Local Sri Lanka VictimA wake is scheduled today for a Westchester County woman killed in the Easter Sunday bombings in Sri Lanka.
Cardinal Climbs Into Manhole To Restore PowerA Cardinal and aide to Pope Francis took matters into his own hands when he climbed down a manhole to restore power to hundreds of people in a building in Rome.
U.S.-China Trade War LoomsPresident Donald Trump has imposed a 25 percent tariff on $250 billion worth of Chinese goods, a cost likely to be passed on to U.S. consumers on various items, especially appliances. CBS2's Jessica Layton reports.
Vatican Announces Landmark Law Aimed At Ending Clergy Sex AbusePope Francis is taking new steps to combat sex abuse in the Catholic Church and hold leaders accountable. CBS2's Dick Brennan reports.
North Korea Apparently Fires 2 MissilesAuthorities in South Korea say the short-range missiles from North Korea were launched toward the sea.

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China Threatens To Retaliate As Trade War Tensions EscalateU.S. and Chinese negotiators are scheduled to meet for an 11th round of talk in Washington.
Royal Baby Named, Introduced To QueenPrince Harry and Meghan Markle just revealed the name of their new baby boy: Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor.
Trade Talks With China Making U.S. Markets NervousWall Street suffer a volatile drop on Tuesday amid ongoing trade talks between the United States and China. CBS2's Dick Brennan reports.
Israeli Army Lifts Restrictions, Cease-Fire Reached With GazaIsraeli and Palestinian militants in the Gaza Strip have reached a cease fire deal after one of the worst outbreaks of violence there in five years. CBS2's Maurice DuBois reports.
Apparent Cease-Fire Between Israel And Palestinian Militants In GazaThe Israeli army lifted protective restrictions on residents of southern Israel and the Hamas radio station is reporting a ceasefire.
Meghan Markle, Prince Harry Welcome Newborn SonIt's a boy for the duke and duchess of Sussex. People across Britain are celebrating the new baby, who arrived past his due date. Teri Okita reports.
Why Did Russian Jet Burst Into Flames?Investigators are trying to figure out why a Russian plane with 78 on board burst into flames while making an emergency landing, killing at least 40 people. CBS2's Hazel Sanchez reports
Fighting Intensifies In GazaFighting intensified Sunday across the Gaza Strip, in the bloodiest clashes that region has seen since 2014. TV 10/55's Jessica Moore reports
Dozens Dead In Fiery Plane Landing In MoscowAt least 41 people were killed on Sunday when a plane was forced to make a fiery landing at a Russian airport. TV 10/55's Mola Lenghi reports
North Korea Test Fires Short Range MissilesTensions are high on the Korean peninsula after the North test-fired several short range missiles into the sea.
Measles Exposure Reported At Newark AirportThe New Jersey Health Department says an infected passenger from Tel Aviv arrived at Newark's Terminal C on April 16, 2019. CBS2's Chris Wragge reports.
Violence Breaks Out In Venezuela UprisingCBS2's Andrea Grymes has the latest on the violence in Venezuela.
Anguilla Closely Following Accusation Of Murder Involving Connecticut Man At ResortConnecticut resident Scott Hapgood says he acted in self-defense when he killed hotel worker Kenny Mitchel in the Caribbean. CBS2's Tony Aiello reports.
Connecticut Man Facing Charges In AnguillaA Connecticut man is accused of killing a hotel worker on a Caribbean island while on vacation with his family. CBS2's Lisa Rozner has the details.
Sri Lanka Ovewhelmed By Grief After Deadly Easter Sunday Church BombingsA state of emergency continues in Sri Lanka following the terrorist attacks that killed at least 290 people, including four Americans, on Easter Sunday. CBS News' Natalie Brand reports.
Another Blast In Sri Lanka After AttacksThe latest blast took place near one of the churches that had been targeted in the terror attacks that killed nearly 300 people. Ian Lee has more.
Staten Island's Sri Lankan Community Reacts To Church BombingsStaten Island is home to what's believed to be the largest Sri Lankan-born populations in the United States. CBS2's Dave Carlin reports.
Church Blasts Kill More Than 200 In Sri LankaAs people were celebrating the Easter holiday, things took a tragic turn as explosions killed 207 people, leaving more than 450 injured. Among the dead were roughly 30 foreigners, including American citizens. CBS2's Reena Roy reports.
Christian Churches Bombed In Sri LankaThe defense minister in Sri Lanka calls the series of bombings a terrorist attack by religious extremists. CBS2's Reena Roy reports.
NYPD Monitoring Deadly Sri Lanka BlastsThe New York City Police Department wants New Yorkers to remain vigilant in the wake of deadly blasts in Columbo, Sri Lanka. 

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