CBS2's Dick Brennan breaks down the next steps as the trial against the former president is set to begin next month.
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Article Of Impeachment Against Trump Sent To SenateCBS2's Dick Brennan breaks down the next steps as the trial against the former president is set to begin next month.
City Begins Effort To Vaccinate Hardest Hit CommunitiesDespite dwindling city supplies, officials have launched a program to vaccinate seniors living in Bronx public housing as a new poll finds there is still substantial reluctance in minority communities that needs to be overcome. CBS2's Marcia Kramer reports.
New York Weather: CBS2's 1/25 Monday Afternoon UpdateElise Finch has the Tri-State Area's latest forecast on CBS2 News At Noon.
Police Open Fire On Carjacking Suspects In QueensA report of a carjacking led to a police-involved shooting overnight in Queens. It happened after officers tracked down the vehicle and confronted the men inside. CBS2's John Dias reports from Jamaica.
Gov. Cuomo Urges Eligible New Yorkers To Get COVID ShotsThe governor made a point of urging Black New Yorkers to get vaccinated against the coronavirus. Polls show Black Americans are among the most reluctant to get the vaccine despite higher COVID-19 death rates than white Americans. CBS2's Christina Fan reports.
Harlem Community Rallies To Show Support For Woman Attacked Outside Liquor StoreThe search continues for the men who attacked a woman after she told one of them she didn't want him to buy her a bottle of wine. Saturday, the woman received a show of support from her community, calling for justice; CBS2's Cory James reports.
Harlem Community Shows Support For Woman Viciously Attacked Outside Liquor StoreThe search continues for the men who attacked a woman outside a Harlem liquor store, and the victim is getting a lot of support from her community, which is demanding police arrest the men who left her badly beaten; CBS2's Cory James reports.
Health Care Workers Return To Newark Vaccination Center For 2nd DoseNew Jersey health care workers were grateful to be back for their second dose of the COVID-19 vaccine as the state and country deal with a shortage. CBS2's Christina Fan reports.
Higher Risk High School Sports Allowed To Resume In New York State Starting Feb. 1Student athletes who take part in higher risk sports in New York state have learned they'll soon be able to practice again, but there are still worries over how the virus itself is changing as vaccine supplies are stretched thin; CBS2's Jessica Layton reports.
UK COVID-19 Variant Surfaces In New Jersey As Residents Wait In Long Lines For VaccinationsTwo cases of the U.K. variant of COVID-19 have surfaced in New Jersey. Meanwhile, hundreds of New Jersey residents stood in line in the cold Friday, waiting to get vaccinated; CBS2's Nick Caloway reports.
Grand Jury Indictment Friday In NYCHA Serial Killer CasePolice say Kevin Gavin, 66, is accused of killing three seniors in his building, the Woodson senior housing development in Brownsville, Brooklyn. They believe Gavin's motive involved disputes over money. CBS2's John Dias reports.
Man Armed With Knife Killed In Police-Involved Shooting In The BronxA suspect armed with a knife was shot and killed by police in the Bronx; CBS2's Cory James reports.
Police: Suspected Serial Killer Kevin Gavin Responsible For Murders Of 3 NYCHA ResidentsPolice arrested an alleged serial killer in Brooklyn on Thursday. Investigators say he's responsible for the murders of three women killed at the same senior living center; CBS2's Hazel Sanchez reports.
Police Arrest Alleged Serial Killer Kevin Gavin In BrooklynPolice arrested an alleged serial killer in Brooklyn on Thursday. They say he's responsible for the murders of three women killed at the same senior living center; CBS2's Hazel Sanchez reports.
NYC Temporarily Closes Vaccine Centers As Demand Outpaces SupplyNew York City temporarily closed many of its COVID vaccine centers Thursday, as the demand continues to outpace the supply. CBS2's John Dias has the latest.
NYC Temporarily Closes Vaccine HubsThousands of vaccination appointments have been canceled and rescheduled for next week do to a shortage of supply. As CBS2's John Dias reports, many vaccine centers have had to temporarily close.
President Joe Biden Gets To Work Signing Executive Orders In First 11 Hours In OfficePresident Joe Biden was busy trying to dismantle some of the Trump legacy in his first 11 hours in office and appearing at what passed for an Inaugural Ball for the pandemic era; CBS2's Dick Brennan reports.
Inauguration Day Underway In Washington, D.C.Former presidents and Congressional leaders are at the nation's capitol to witness Joe Biden become the next president of the United States. CBS News has the latest.
COVID Anniversary: 1 Year Since 1st U.S. Case DetectedOn this day last year, the first case of the coronavirus was detected in the United States. CBS2's John Dias has more on this mournful milestone.
Tri-State Area Pays Tribute To 400,000 American Lives Lost To COVID-19Buildings were illuminated and bells rang across the Tri-State Area on Tuesday night in remembrance of the lives lost to COVID-19; CBS2's Jessica Layton reports.
Mets Dismiss General Manager Jared Porter For Sending Explicit Texts To Female ReporterFive weeks after he was hired, the Mets have dismissed their new general manager, Jared Porter. He was quickly fired when news of a sexting scandal went public; CBS2's Hazel Sanchez reports.
Mets Back On Hunt For General Manager After Porter FiredThe Mets are searching for a new general manager after Jared Porter was fired Tuesday morning. CBS2's Hazel Sanchez has the latest.
New York Mets Fire GM Jared PorterThe New York Mets have fired General Manager Jared Porter following an ESPN report that he sent sexually graphic, uninvited text messages to a female reporter in 2016.
Dozens Of Protesters Arrested Following Violent Confrontation With PoliceThere was a violent confrontation between police and protesters Monday in Lower Manhattan after what started off as a peaceful march in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. As CBS2's John Dias reports, it then turned into a tense standoff by City Hall.