More than 100 million Americans are now fully vaccinated against COVID-19, and on Tuesday, the U.S. will begin restricting travel from India, where new daily infections are numbering in the hundreds of thousands; Michael George reports for CBS2.
AIDS Walk: Despite Changes Brought On By COVID, The Mission Remains The SameAIDS Walk New York is this Sunday, an event that started 35 years ago, and even though the walk has changed, the mission hasn't; CBS2's John Elliott reports.
NYPD News Conference After Arrest Of Subway Slashing SuspectsNYPD officials held a news conference after the arrest of four suspects following a series of slashings in the subway.
Police Release Images Of Suspects In Unrelated Subway AttacksPolice have released images of two of the suspects in two separate subway attacks that took place Wednesday.
Press Conference: Gov. Cuomo's 5/13 COVID UpdateGov. Andrew Cuomo's 5/13/21 press conference.
Press Conference: Mayor Bill De Blasio's 5/13 COVID UpdateMayor Bill de Blasio's 5/13/21 press conference.
How To Get The Biggest Bang For Your Buck With Rewards CardsWhen it comes to credit cards, experts say the average person carries about three, with at least one being a rewards card, but it can take some know-how to get the biggest bang for the bucks you charge; CBSN New York's Jessica Moore reports.
MTA Employee Honored For Saving Dog On Subway TracksAn MTA employee was recognized Tuesday after saving a scared dog in the subway; CBS2's Christina Fan reports.
Bill de Blasio Daily BriefingMayor Bill de Blasio held a briefing to discuss COVID vaccinations, reopening and more.
Tri-State Area Immigrants Tell Harrowing Tales Of Crossing U.S. Southern BorderCBS2's Kevin Rincon has a look at why so many immigrants are willing to leave everything behind, and what those in our area are doing to help give them a new beginning.
Local Community Rallying To Help COVID Crisis In IndiaThe COVID crisis continues to surge out of control in India. With more than 350,000 daily new cases, the nation is on pace to see more than one million deaths by midsummer. CBSN New York's Carolyn Gusoff reports.
Press Conference: Gov. Andrew Cuomo's 5/10 UpdateGov. Andrew Cuomo's Monday, May 10, 2021 update on COVID and vaccinations in New York.
Press Conference: Mayor De Blasio's 5/10 UpdateMayor Bill de Blasio's Monday, May 10, 2021 press conference.
Debris From Chinese Rocket Expected To Hit Earth SoonAn out-of-control Chinese rocket is expected to rain wreckage somewhere on Earth as early as Saturday night. It's hurtling through space right now, and no one knows exactly where it will land; Michael George reports for CBS2.
Pop-Up Vaccination Sites Across NYC Offering COVID Shots To Any U.S. Resident Over Age 18New York City is now offering vaccines for some tourists.
4-Year-Old Girl Among 3 Injured In Times Square ShootingThree innocent bystanders, including a child, were shot in Times Square on Saturday; CBS2's Kiran Dhillon reports.
Long Island Family Searching For Cure For FOXG1 SyndromeA Long Island family is racing against time to help their 2-year-old baby with a rare brain disorder. They've rolled out an ambitious plan to find a cure and, in the process, hope to help millions of others; CBS2's Carolyn Gusoff reports.
New Jersey, New York Continue To Ease COVID Restrictions On Road To ReopeningOn the road to reopening, bar seating is back in New Jersey, and in New York, more people can eat indoors at restaurants; CBS2's Alice Gainer reports.
Web Extra: Mother And Daughter Make History Volunteering For Massapequa Fire DepartmentThis duo from Long Island volunteered for their local fire department and now the two are pioneering a lot of firsts. CBS2's Carolyn Gusoff reports.
New Jersey Artist Burns Paintings To Fight Depression, Express Grief Amid TragedyEvery artist wants their work to be appreciated. But one frustrated artist from New Jersey takes a different approach. CBS2's Steve Overmyer reports.
Press Conference: Mayor De Blasio Gives COVID UpdateMayor Bill de Blasio's May 6, 2021 daily COVID update.
Charlotte St. Martin Discusses Broadway ReopeningIn this extended interview, Charlotte St. Martin, president of the Broadway League, discusses Broadway reopening this fall.
New York State Traffic Court Planning To Stay VirtualAs most courts transition back to in-person hearings this month, New York state's traffic court is planning to stay virtual. It's a cost-cutting measure for the state, and some say it's a money-grab from motorists; CBS2's Lisa Rozner reports.
CDC: COVID-19 Variant That First Emerged In NYC Is Not More Dangerous Than Other VariantsA new report by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says a coronavirus variant that quickly spread in New York City does not appear to be more dangerous than other variants.
Gov. Cuomo Announces New Rules For Baseball FansYankee Stadium and Citi Field to ease restrictions for vaccinated fans and offer free tickets with shots, Gov. Cuomo says.