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A New York City health care clinic is being investigated for allegedly charging people for COVID-19 tests that are supposed to be free; CBS2's Cory James reports.
Tuesday is International Overdose Awareness Day, and across the country, the number of drug overdose deaths is the highest it's been in decades; CBS2's Ali Bauman reports.
One New Jersey community is showing support for those serving in Afghanistan in a special way; CBS2's Jessica Layton reports.
President Joe Biden on Tuesday defended the sometimes chaotic and deadly withdrawal from Afghanistan and said we should have left the nation years ago; CBS2's Dick Brennan reports.
A school principal in Connecticut played a big role in helping two of his students escape Afghanistan. Their family trip to see relatives suddenly plunged them into chaos and uncertainty; CBS2's Dave Carlin reports.
Tuesday was International Overdose Awareness Day. The world saw overdose deaths surge during the pandemic, and close to home, the statistics are especially troubling on Long Island. CBS2's Jennifer McLogan reports.
Gov. Kathy Hochul announced Tuesday that the state Legislature will return to Albany for a special session on Wednesday to extend the eviction moratorium; CBS2's Lisa Rozner reports.
Special wishes were granted for two tough 6-year-old boys in New Jersey. Tuesday, they were sworn in as honorary state troopers; CBS2's Jenna DeAngelis reports.
Fall and winter are coming, which means so is flu season, and it comes as the Delta variant of the coronavirus is surging. That has many doctors concerned about a possible twindemic; CBS2's Dr. Max Gomez reports.
Careers in green energy are on the rise, and now there are new opportunities to learn the ropes in order to join a booming workforce; CBS2's Carolyn Gusoff reports.
The latest COVID surge in the United States could mean more restrictions for Americans traveling to Europe. The European Union has removed the U.S. from its safe list of countries; Tina Kraus reports for CBS2.
As gun violence rises in New York City, there's new debate among law enforcement agencies about what's behind the increase; CBS2's Aundrea Cline-Thomas reports.
Members of the Brooklyn Community Recovery Center held training Tuesday afternoon for anyone who wanted to learn how to administer Narcan.
Gayle King made a big announcement on Tuesday's "CBS This Morning." Starting Sept. 7, the show will have a new home, a new name and a new co-anchor; Bradley Blackburn reports for CBS2.
It's a piece of picturesque history in New Jersey, but now, the footbridge over the Paterson Great Falls is closed; CBS2's Nick Caloway reports.
More than a dozen people now face charges, accused in a fake COVID-19 vaccination card conspiracy. The phony cards were allegedly sold on social media, and many of the buyers all have similar careers; CBS2's Alice Gainer reports.
New York Gov. Kathy Hochul held her first COVID briefing Tuesday, announcing a robust booster vaccination program among a number of new measures to fight the Delta variant; CBS2 political reporter Marcia Kramer has more.
Cleanup from Hurricane Ida is getting more complicated as power outages persist and temperatures rise in Louisiana; Jason Allen reports for CBS2.
President Joe Biden says the decision to end the war in Afghanistan was the right one, despite Americans still left behind; CBS2's Dick Brennan reports.
In New Jersey, the life of an ambitious young lifeguard was cut short by a lightning strike Monday. CBS2's Christina Fan spoke to friends and loved ones who are struggling to cope with his loss.
International Overdose Awareness Day is the world's largest campaign to end overdose. As CBSN New York's Jennifer McLogan reports, it's also a day to remember, without stigma, those who have died and acknowledge the grief of families and friends left behind.
During her first COVID briefing as governor, Kathy Hochul announced the state will make $65 million available for local governments to deliver booster shots.
More than 20 years later, the U.S. war in Afghanistan is officially over and the Taliban is once again in control. Later this afternoon, President Joe Biden is expected to discuss the withdrawal from the country's longest war.
More than a dozen shootings took place in the past 24 hours in New York City, and officials are placing the blame on each other, including the court system. CBS2's Thalia Perez has the latest from the Bronx.
New York State's eviction moratorium is set to expire today, but lawmakers are expected to hold an emergency session on relief for renters tomorrow.
CBS2's Lisa Rozner has the latest on the situation along the Gulf Coast and further inland, where power may not be restored for weeks due to the powerful storm.
Gov. Hochul ordered the MTA to hire outside engineering firms to investigate Sunday night’s subway meltdown, after a power surge disrupted service and forced the evacuation of hundreds from stalled trains. CBS2's Marcia Kramer reports.
As the curtains begin to rise once again on Broadway stages, the theater community is welcoming fans back with a brand new campaign.
A long-simmering dispute between two Mount Vernon city workers led to deadly violence. CBS2's Tony Aiello reports.
New York City public schools will follow CDC guidance by using additional spaces outside the cafeteria for mealtime, such as gyms, classrooms or outdoor areas. CBS2's Cindy Hsu reports.