Steve Hartman teaches an online lesson for kids about finding a purpose, produced from home with the assistance of his daughter Meryl and Emmett. CBSN New York's Nina Kapur caught up with them to get a look behind the scenes.
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CBS News' Steve Hartman, Children Team Up To Teach 'Kindness 101'Steve Hartman teaches an online lesson for kids about finding a purpose, produced from home with the assistance of his daughter Meryl and Emmett. CBSN New York's Nina Kapur caught up with them to get a look behind the scenes.
Expert Analysis Of Harvey Weinstein's SentenceFordham Law professor Cheryl Bader stopped by CBSN New York discuss Harvey Weinstein's sentence. Bader teaches law and is a former assistant U.S. Attorney with the district of New Jersey.
Battle Over Subway Accessibility Heads Back To CourtMost New Yorkers depend on the subway to get to work, school and complete daily tasks, but in some parts of the city disabled residents have limited or no access. Disability Rights Advocates staff attorney Emily Seelenfreund stops by CBSN New York to discuss the ongoing lawsuit.
The List: The Best Neighborhoods For Buyers This SpringThe first day of spring is just two weeks away, and in New York, it's traditionally the kick-off to house-hunting season. StreetEasy Economist Nancy Wu joins CBSN New York's Ali Bauman with their latest list of top neighborhoods for buyers this spring.
How To Talk To Children About CoronavirusThe coronavirus outbreak is making people young and old anxious, but there are ways parents can ease their children's fears. Clinical psychologist Dr. Robin Goodman shares her advice.
Coronavirus Update: New Rochelle Mayor Noam Bramson Talks On Self-Quarantine GuidelinesThe top official in the community that's home to the first hospitalized patient suffering from the coronavirus told CBSN New York's Aundrea Cline Thomas "this is a fast-moving situation that changes hour-to-hour."
NYPD Facing Criticism Over Sex Crimes DivisionSexual assault survivors and their supporters gathered Monday at City Hall, calling for reform. They applauded courageous victims for coming forward in the Harvey Weinstein trial, but pointed to a frightening incident last month and demanded change. City Council's Chair of the Committee on Women and Gender Equality Helen Rosenthal has more.
Cement Truck Flips Over In Nassau County, Long IslandAn overturned cement in Inwood was causing traffic problems along Sheridan Boulevard in Nassau County. CBS2's Jim Smith reports from Choppper2.
What's Being Done To Stop Coronavirus SpreadWhat's being done to stop the spread of coronavirus after woman tests positive in NYC? Local scientist explains.
Dr. Waleed Javaid Discusses Coronavirus ConcernsDr. Waleed Javaid, the director of infection prevention and control at Mount Sinai Downtown, stopped by CBSN New York to discuss coronavirus concerns.
Brooklyn Heights Association On BQE OverhaulBrooklyn Heights Association Executive Director Lara Birnback talks about the community impact of the proposed BQE changes.
Linda Harrison Discusses Newark Museum Of ArtShe's been on the job since January 2019 and is the first African-American to lead the Newark Museum of Art.
Harvey Weinstein Trial: Former Sex Crimes Prosecutor Talks On Verdict, #MeToo MovementJane Manning, director of the Women's Equal Justice Project, talks with CBSN New York's Dana Tyler on efforts to help survivors of sexual assault navigate the criminal justice system.
Expert Cheryl Bader On Harvey Weinstein Verdict: 'A Real Victory For The Prosecution And The #MeToo Movement'Cheryl Bader teaches criminal law at Fordham University School of Law and has been following the Weinstein case from the beginning. Bader is also a former assistant U.S. attorney.
New Sack Available After Single-Use Plastic Bags Banned On March 1Department of Sanitation Commissioner Kathryn Garcia shows CBSN New York Dana Tyler the new reusable bag meant to replace single-use plastic bags in New York City and elsewhere around the state starting on March 1.
Time Out New York's Things To Do This WeekendWill Gleason of Time Out New York stopped by with his picks for things to do this weekend, including visiting charcuterie masters, a kick off for NYC Beer Week and more.
Tai Abrams Talks On 'AdmissionSquad' Aiming To Get More Minority Students Into Elite High SchoolsTai Abrams went from investing in stocks to investing in students, an effort needed nowhere more than in New York City. She talked with CBSN New York's Aundrea Cline-Thomas.
Legal Expert On Weinstein Jury DeliberationsThe fate of Harvey Weinstein rests with a jury of seven men and five women. They’ll begin deliberating today after weeks of graphic testimony. Former federal prosecutor and Fordham University criminal law professor Cheryl Bader explains what to expect.
Black History Month: Artist Vinnie Bagwell Talks On Planned 'Victory Beyond Sims' Statue For Central ParkJ. Marion Sims' statue was removed in 2018 from the northeast corner of the park near 103rd Street. Sims was a 19th-century doctor who experimented on enslaved women. Sculptor Vinnie Bagwell talks about her work planned to replace the previous statue.
Time Out New York's Things To Do This WeekendWill Gleason from Time Out New York stopped by CBSN New York with his suggestions of things to do this weekend.
With Local Grocery Stores Having Trouble Staying Afloat, What Does It Mean For Shoppers?Running any business in New York is tough, but the grocery business is notoriously challenging. Alan Sytsma from Grub Street, New York Magazine's food and restaurant blog, stopped by CBSN New York to discuss it.
Black History Month: Spoken Word Artist Hayden Greene Pays Tribute To Historic TrailblazersThroughout February, CBSN New York is celebrating Black History Month, highlighting the achievements of African-American trailblazers and trendsetters. To pay tribute, we asked some spoken word artists to have their say. Artist Hayden Greene stopped by to talk to CBSN New York's Dana Tyler.
Breaking Down Broker Fee BanHow will New York's new broker fee rules affect renters and the real estate industry? Real estate reporter Erin Hudson, of The Real Deal, breaks things down on CBSN New York.
Heart Health Expert: Top Detection And Prevention TipsDr. William Salerno, a cardiovascular disease specialist from Hackensack University Medical Center, shared important advice on how to take care of your heart and specifically what tests you need to save your life. CBSN New York's Natalie Duddridge reports.