"Game Of Thrones" owned the night, while smaller shows made their presence known, reports ET's Kevin Frazier with CBSN New York's Alex Denis.
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Not Too Late To Visit The HamptonsIt may be fall but it's not too late to think about visiting the Hamptons. Real estate experts at Out East crunched the numbers and found you can save up to 38% on rentals.
Full Interview: Mayor Bill De Blasio On Ending His 2020 Presidential RunMayor Bill de Blasio announced the end to his Campaign 2020 presidential run and talked with CBS2 political reporter Marcia Kramer about why his bid failed.
'The Friends Of Verdi Square' Help Breathe New Life Into ParkVerdi Square is a small park on the Upper West Side, and though it is now vibrant and full of life, it wasn't always that way. Aleya Lehmann, president of "The Friends of Verdi Square," stopped by CBSN New York to talk to Dana Tyler about the park's makeover. Learn more at friendsofverdisquare.org.
Marcia Kramer On Mayor De Blasio Dropping OutCBSN New York Political Reporter Marcia Kramer reacts to Mayor Bill de Blasio ending his presidential campaign.
Bronx Exhibit Honors Hispanic Heritage MonthBronx Parks Commissioner and Founder of the New York City Parks Latino Society Iris Rodriguez-Rosa discusses an exhibit that details the struggles of Latinos while celebrating their pride and culture.
Breaking Down The Congestion Pricing ReportCBSN New York's urban affairs expert Mark Peters breaks down the report on what congestion pricing might cost New York City drivers.
Getting Congestion Pricing Right In NYCNew York City will soon join other cities around the world, like London and Singapore, in adopting congestion pricing. While the details are still being sorted out, a new study commissioned by the Regional Plan Association offers suggestions on how the plan should be implemented.
Crain's NY Dan Geiger Shares Insights On Sunset Park's Development Progress, PainsSunset Park in Brooklyn has seen remarkable economic growth in recent years, and the community owes a lot of that economic boom to Industry City. Dan Geiger, who covers real estate for Crain's New York magazine, shares insights on the issue with CBSN New York's Alex Denis.
Doctor Explains Vaping EpidemicWhat's behind the growing number of vaping-related illnesses? Dr. John J. Villa, a pulmonologist at Hackensack Medical Center, addresses the facts versus fiction.
What Are Your Weekend Plans?Time Out New York's Will Gleason shares his top picks on New York City events this weekend.
9/11 Memorial Architect Talks About Evolving DesignCBSN New York's Dick Brennan speaks with Michael Arad, architect of the 9/11 Memorial and Memorial Glade, about the landmark's growing design over the years.
Debate Goes On Over Biking, Helmets And Rides Through New York CityA bike battle is brewing in the city in the wake of increased cyclist deaths. Dr. Joseph Herrera, chairman of the Department of Rehabilitation and Human Performance, Mount Sinai Health System, spoke with CBSN New York's Jessica Layton about helmets and injury risks.
NYS Sen. Brad Hoylman On Mental Health DaysNew York State Sen. Brad Hoylman is sponsoring a bill that would let kids take mental health days from school.
CEO Gives Preview Of Komen Greater NYC's Race For CureLinda Tantawi, CEO of Susan G. Komen Greater New York City, joined CBSN New York's Dana Tyler to talk about this weekend's Race For The Cure and the fight against cancer.
Time Out New York's End Of Summer Things To DoTime Out New York editor Will Gleason shares fun activities around the city as the summer comes to a close: Pig Island Food Festival in Red Hook, Autumn Starfest in Central Park, the Coney Island Beard and Mustache Competition and more.
Bronx Boro Pres Weighs In On Borough-Based JailsBrooklyn Borough President Ruben Diaz Jr. weighs in on the mayor's plan to replace Rikers Island with four borough-based jails.
Parents Magazine Editor In Chief Shares Drama-Free Back To School Transition TipsParents Magazine Editor in Chief Liz Vaccariello shares tips with CBSN New York's Dana Tyler on having a drama-free back to school transition for children fast turning into little adults.
Parents Magazine Editor Shares Drama-Free Back To School Transition TipsParents Magazine editor Liz Vaccarello shares tips with CBSN New York's Dana Tyler on having a drama-free back to school transition for children fast turning into little adults.
Your Guide To Moving In NYCLabor Day Weekend means a lot of New Yorkers are moving. Curbed NY shares expert advice to make things go more smoothly.
MTV VMAs To Boost Newark EconomySean Saadeh, EVP of Entertainment at Newark's Prudential Center, talks with CBSN New York's Valerie Castro about the economic boost that the MTV Video Music Awards will have on New Jersey.