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Attorney General Letitia James makes a statement on the ruling in the Donald Trump civil fraud case

The latest on the ruling in Trump's civil fraud trial from New York Attorney General Letitia James.  Photo by Michael M. Santiago/Getty Images
16/02/20245 minutes 10 seconds
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ON THE RECORD: Ever want to see more rats in NYC?

"Rat Daddy" Kenny Bollwerk joined On the Record with Steve Scott to discuss his tours of the city's biggest rat infestations.
19/01/20246 minutes 47 seconds
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Tenants in New York City have been avoiding paying their rent

Reporter Mack Rosenberg speaks with a landlord in the Bronx who's tenant's haven't paid rent in nearly two years. 
05/01/202448 seconds
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Home owners in the Bronx haven't been receiving rent payments in over two years

Mack Rosenberg joins On the Record with Steve Scott with an exclusive report on small home owners in the Bronx, who are having  trouble collecting rent from their tenants. 
05/01/20243 minutes 35 seconds
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ON THE RECORD: What to know about the RSV vaccine

Yale Medicine Infectious Diseases Specialist Dr. Scott Roberts joined On the Record with Steve Scott to discuss how RSV differs from COVID and the flu. While the shot is not yet available for all age groups, Dr. Roberts recommends vaccinating against RSV when possible.
25/10/20236 minutes 32 seconds
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ON THE RECORD: A new bill would create Nassau County's first Israel commission

Nassau County Legislator Joshua Lafazan joins On the Record to discuss on a new purposed bill would create Nassau county's first Israel commission.
13/10/20236 minutes
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ON THE RECORD: The University of Michigan is playing a Jewish prayer of healing through the campus's bell tower

Board chair at the University of Michigan Hillel, a Jewish student group on campus Hillel , Abbey Frank tells On the Record about the atmosphere on the campus and why the school is playing  "Mi Shebeirach" through the schools bell tower. 
13/10/20235 minutes 14 seconds
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ON THE RECORD: The Jewish community will head back to synagogue for the first time since the war began

Rabbi Mark Katz tells On the Record about his preparation for the first Friday night Shabbat services since the start of the war.
13/10/20235 minutes 29 seconds
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ON THE RECORD: Lawsuit claims NJ should not force political candidates to swear religious oath

James Tosone of Washington Township, NJ, tells On the Record with Steve Scott why he is suing the NJ Secretary of State's office.
06/10/20236 minutes 9 seconds
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TRAVEL: The top 27 new world heritage destinations to visit according to UNESCO

CBS News Travel Editor Peter Greenberg on the best destinations to visit this year according to The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization.  
05/10/20231 minute 1 second
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880 ARCHIVE: Tom Kaminski reports from his chopper on Sept. 11, 2001

Here is WCBS 880 reporter Tom Kaminski's report from his chopper on the morning of Sept. 11, 2001. Listen as the horrific events unfold. Photo: Manhattan skyline following the terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center. Universal History Archive/Universal Images Group via Getty Images
10/09/20231 minute 37 seconds
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LISTEN: 880 reporter recalls witnessing 9/11 from his choppper

Tom Kamisnki recalls how Sept. 11, 2001 unfolded for him, in an interview with Paul Murnane
10/09/202310 minutes 42 seconds
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DRIVE TIME: A legal fight over a support dog in New Jersey.. made it all the way to the state supreme court

A legal battle between a woman's emotional support dog and her condo association...has made it all the way to New Jersey's Supreme Court.  Talbot B. Kramer, an attorney for Luna’s owners, spoke about the case on Drive Time with Michael Wallace.
23/08/20237 minutes 42 seconds
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ON THE RECORD: Wegovy may prevent heart attacks, strokes, in addition to helping w/ weight losseyond weight loss, including

Wegovy may reduce risk of heart attack or stroke. Dr. Shauna Levy, a specialist in obesity medicine and the Medical Director at the Tulane Bariatric Center in New Orleans, spoke with On the Record with Steve Scott. Dr. Levy suspects Wegovy will lead to a host of health improvements beyond weight loss as research continues.Photo:  In this photo illustration, a wegovy logo is displayed on the screen of a smartphone. (Photo Illustration by Sheldon Cooper/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images)
18/08/20239 minutes 17 seconds
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TRAVEL: The latest city to ban cruise ship docking in the fight against over-tourism

CBS News Travel Editor Peter Greenberg on which cities are banning cruise ships from docking to prevent over-tourism
04/08/20231 minute
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TRAVEL: The phone apps that'll make your beach trip that much better

CBS News Travel Editor Peter Greenberg on apps that can identify seashells and ships, point you to the best local fishing spots and track sharks
21/07/20231 minute
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DRIVE TIME: An author talks growing up Jewish in Newark in the 1930s

Author Jerry Izenberg discussed his book Baseball, Nazis & Nedick’s Hot Dogs: Growing up Jewish in the 1930s in Newark on Drive Time with Michael Wallace. Izenberg talks about when his father (who fought in World War 1) forced him to see Nazi propaganda films.  I
20/07/20231 minute 56 seconds
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TRAVEL: Getaways to Europe expected to go up by 55% this summer

CBS News Travel Editor Peter Greenberg on which European hot spots Americans are flocking to this year.Photo: London (Getty Images) 
09/06/20231 minute
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DRIVE TIME: Earthquake strikes Haiti after deadly weekend flooding

Southern Haiti was hit with 4.9 magnitude earthquake early this morning.  This comes after the country had been trying to deal with flooding from torrential rains that occurred over the past weekend that left at least 50 dead, more than 85 injured and dozens still missing.  Haitian Times founder Garry Pierre-Pierre was on Drive Time with Michael Wallace.    
07/06/20232 minutes 54 seconds
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TRAVEL: Late luggage? You could be entitled to cash or mileage bonuses

CBS News Travel Editor Peter Greenberg on which airlines offer a cash or mileage bonus if your checked baggage doesn't arrive within 20 minutes of your arrival.PHOTO: Jim Vondruska (Getty Images)
11/05/20231 minute
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TRAVEL: Pack your bags! These US cities will pay you to live there

CBS News Travel Editor Peter Greenberg on which US cities will pay for citizens to move there. PHOTO: Rochester, New York (Getty Images)
09/05/20231 minute
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Which international airports have the most flight delays?

Peter Greenberg on the airports with the most frequent amount of travel delays. 
26/04/20231 minute
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ON THE RECORD: WSJ journalist's arrest in Russia resonates with family of Paul Whelan, who's been imprisoned there since 2018

Paul Whelan's brother, David, joined On the Record with Steve Scott to discuss Paul, as well as journalist Evan Gershkovich's arrest. PHOTO: Paul Whelan, a former US marine accused of espionage and arrested in Russia in December 2018, stands inside a defendants' cage as he waits to hear his verdict in Moscow on June 15, 2020. (Photo by Kirill KUDRYAVTSEV / AFP)
20/04/20237 minutes 11 seconds
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How to avoid bed bugs when traveling

Peter Greenberg know just what to do and what not to do.
11/04/202358 seconds
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Cities to regulate overtourism

Peter Greenberg with some places you might have to pay to see in the future.
10/04/20231 minute
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What kind of cruise cabin should you book?

Peter Greenberg with what to look for when booking your next stateroom
07/04/20231 minute
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What to know before driving abroad

CBS News Travel Editor Peter Greenberg with some important overseas driving tips
06/04/20231 minute
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Trump has been charged. Now what's next?

Now that Donald Trump has plead not guilty to 34 felony counts of falsifying business records...where does the case against the former president go from here?  CBS News Chief Washington Correspondent Major Garrett spoke with WCBS' Michael Wallace.
05/04/20235 minutes 47 seconds
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How to book multiple flights on a single trip

CBS News Travel Editor Peter Greenberg with some ways to save money on your next flight.PHOTO: 27 March 2023, Bavaria, Nuremberg: The departure board at the airport shows the canceled flight connections. (Daniel Löb/picture alliance via Getty Images)
05/04/20231 minute
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How to avoid having to check your carry on bag

CBS News Travel Editor Peter Greenberg shares some tipsPHOTO: jchizhe via Getty Images
04/04/20231 minute
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UCONN is heading to the national championship game, after another convincing win last night in the final four

Mack Rosenberg talks with PIX 11 sports anchor and WFAN host Marc Malusis about University of Connecticut's win in the Final Four over Miami...
03/04/20235 minutes 43 seconds
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Credit cards that offer trip delay protection

CBS News Travel Editor Peter Greenberg talks about what is and isn't protected PHOTO: Rachel Murray/Getty Images for Resy
31/03/20231 minute
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Foods that may help you fight jet lag

Peter Greenberg with alternatives to 'plane food'
30/03/20231 minute
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Popular filming destinations to visit

Peter Greenberg knows the vacation spots to make you feel like your in your favorite movie
29/03/20231 minute
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Older travelers spend more on experiences

CBS News Travel Editor Peter Greenberg talks all about the biggest travel group.PHOTO: Getty Images 
28/03/20231 minute
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The happiest countries in the world

Peter Greenberg with the 2023 World Happiness Report
27/03/20231 minute
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US regions with the most polluted air

CBS News Travel Peter Greenberg has a new list of the most unhealthy air.PHOTO: Sunset aerial view of historic downtown Bakersfield, California (Getty Images)
24/03/20231 minute
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Perceived safety rankings around the world

CBS News Travel Editor Peter Greenberg with a travelers list PHOTO: Singapore city and sunrise sky in harbour side view (Getty Images)
23/03/20231 minute
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Many airlines increase international routes

CBS News Travel Editor Peter Greenberg with some new routes from familiar airlines. PHOTO: A general view of Auckland's skyline a(Fiona Goodall/Getty Images)
22/03/20231 minute
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Changes are coming to using 5G on planes

CBS News Travel Editor Peter Greenberg has some news on using your cell phone up in the air.PHOTO: Mobile Data icon displayed on a phone screen and 5G sign displayed on a screen are seen in this illustration photo taken in Krakow, Poland on December 6, 2022. (Photo by Jakub Porzycki/NurPhoto via Getty Images)
21/03/20231 minute
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More info on the fatal weekend crash on the Hutch that killed 5 people

New information coming in on the car crash that killed five young relatives in Westchester, including how a 6th child escaped death.  WCBS 880 Reporter Steve Burns talked about the latest details on this incident on the Afternoon Roundup.
20/03/20232 minutes 51 seconds
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Understanding the political ramifications of a possible Trump indictment

Security plans are being put in place in case the former president is indicted and arrested this week.  We look at the political ramifications of all this with CBS News chief Washington correspondent Major Garrett.PHOTO: ANGELA WEISS/AFP via Getty Images
20/03/20235 minutes 54 seconds
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Most bike-friendly cities in the world

CBS News Travel Editor Peter Greenberg has just where to go if you love to take your bike with you.PHOTO: PORTLAND, ME - JULY 31: A cyclist makes his way along Back Cove Trail with the Portland skyline in the background Friday Friday, July 31, 2020. (Staff Photo by Shawn Patrick Ouellette/Portland Press Herald via Getty Images)
20/03/20231 minute
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What to know before you tip

CBS News Travel Editor Peter Greenberg with tips for tippingPHOTO: iStock / Getty Images Plus
17/03/20231 minute
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Best US cities for digital nomads

CBS News Travel Editor Peter Greenberg with tips for people who can work anywhere.PHOTO: View of the downtown Phoenix, Arizona city skyline as seen from South Mountain Park, August 28, 2018. (ROBYN BECK/AFP via Getty Images)
16/03/20231 minute
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Hochul still pushing to add more housing across NYS

New York's Governor Kathy Hochul is defending her plan to build up housing in the suburbs. Lawmakers might have other ideas, as we hear from WCBS's Steve Burns.
15/03/20232 minutes 57 seconds
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FAA Summit looks at safety following recent near misses on runways

 After a series of close calls at the nation's airports the FAA has opened a safety summit today.  CBS News Correspondent Kris Van Cleave is at the summit in McLean, Virginia and joined us on WCBS 880.    
15/03/20234 minutes 33 seconds
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Some of the most popular 'dark sky' destinations

CBS News Travel Editor Peter Greenberg with the best spots to see the stars. PHOTO: Hesse, Rockenberg: (Sebastian Gollnow/picture alliance via Getty Images)
15/03/20231 minute
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The cost of travel is increasing across the board

CBS News Travel Editor Peter Greenberg has the details on some of the most expensive destinationsPHOTO: Antarctica (Getty Images) 
14/03/20231 minute
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NY firefighters lobbying lawmakers to help the state's grim fire safety record

Ten weeks into the year, New York is leading the nation in fire deaths, at 46. Firefighters are now calling on lawmakers in Albany to make changes, starting with more building inspections. WCBS Reporter Steve Burns spoke with John D'Allesandro, with the Firefighters Association of the State of New York.
13/03/20232 minutes 48 seconds
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Is your money safe in the bank?

After the failure of two banks...including one in Manhattan...experts say your money is safe in the bank. CBS News Business Analyst Jill Schlesinger talked about on WCBS 880.PHOTO: Jakub Porzycki/NurPhoto via Getty Images
13/03/20234 minutes 27 seconds
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Is now a good time to move to cities that grew during the pandemic?

CBS News Travel Editor Peter Greenberg takes a look at some of those citiesPHOTO: Downtown Austin and Lady Bird Lake (Getty Images)
13/03/20231 minute
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TSA Officers find record number of guns at checkpoints

CBS News Travel Editor Peter Greenberg talks about where they were found. PHOTO: Travelers head toward their gates after passing through a TSA security checkpoint during a winter storm at Denver International Airport on February 22, 2023 in Denver, Colorado. (Photo by Michael Ciaglo/Getty Images)
10/03/20231 minute
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What ID, documents you need need when traveling alone with your child

CBS News Travel Editor Peter Greenberg knows exactly what documents you needPHOTO: Getty Images 
09/03/20231 minute
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The best farmers’ markets across the US

CBS News Travel Editor Peter Greenberg knows the best places to shopPHOTO: Fruit and vegetable stand in the Reading Terminal Market, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. (Photo by: Robert Knopes/UCG/Universal Images Group via Getty Images)
08/03/20231 minute
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The world's most -- and least -- powerful passports

CBS News Travel Editor Peter Greenberg know some passports are more powerful than others.PHOTO: An Iraqi pilgrim shows his passport and ticket to Mecca as he waits for his flight to Saudi Arabi at the airport in Najaf on July 31, 2018, prior to the start of the annual Hajj pilgrimage in the holy city of Mecca. - The Hajj. (Photo credit should read HAIDAR HAMDANI/AFP via Getty Images)
07/03/20231 minute
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There's a New Tool For Parents Who Travel With Young Kids

We take a deep dive into a new tool the Transportation Department has unveiled to help parents who travel with young children.. find flights that help them sit together.  CBS News Travel Editor Peter Greenberg talked about it on WCBS 880's Afternoon Roundup,   
07/03/20234 minutes
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NJ Launches New Effort to Cut Down on Opioid Deaths

State health officials in new Jersey have come up with a plan to prevent deaths in areas known as "overdose hotspots."  WCBS Reporter Marla Diamond talked about the plan on 880's Afternoon Roundup.      
06/03/20232 minutes 16 seconds
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LIRR Says It's Made Changes to fix Problems Brought by Opening of Grand Central Madison

The second week of new schedules on the Long Island Railroad is off to a better start than the first, at least in the eyes of those in charge. WCBS's Steve Burns talked about this on the Afternoon Roundup.
06/03/20232 minutes 58 seconds
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Another fire in the city caused by lithium ion battery

On Newsline, Councilwoman Carmen De La Rosa discussed some of the legislation the City Council is passing to reduce the dangers of these batteries.PHOTO: FDNY 
06/03/20234 minutes 50 seconds
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More LIRR revisions underway

Catherine Rinaldi, interim President of the LIRR, spoke about further LIRR schedule changes on Newsline.
06/03/20237 minutes 10 seconds
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Businesses suffering from LIRR changes along with commuters

Oyster Bay Town Supervisor Joseph Saladino and Russ Lundstrom, the owner of two local businesses, joined Budd Mishkin on Newsline to explain their frustrations.
06/03/20235 minutes 48 seconds
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Audit by Comptroller's office shows minority children in NY state are not getting the therapies they may need as fast as they should

Jawonio CEO Randi Rios-Castro joined Budd Mishkin on Newsline to discuss early intervention services.
06/03/20233 minutes 2 seconds
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Mayor and City Council can't agree on the bottom line

Greg David, with thecity.nyc, explains what to expect when representatives of the city's Office of Management and Budget appear before the City Council today.
06/03/20232 minutes 20 seconds
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Floating museums in the U..S.

Peter Greenberg knows just where to go if you love ships.
06/03/20231 minute
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Trial of Angela Pollina continued today in Riverhead

Long Island Bureau Chief Sophia Hall has the latest details.
03/03/20232 minutes 16 seconds
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Cancerous lesion removed from Biden's chest last month

More from CBS News White House Correspondent Steven Portnoy on the President's health, as well as the Medal of Honor he awarded to an 83-year-old Vietnam War veteran today.PHOTO: WASHINGTON, DC - MARCH 03: U.S. President Joe Biden delivers remarks before presenting the Medal of Honor to retired U.S. Army Colonel Paris Davis during a ceremony in the East Room of the White House March 3, 2023 in Washington, DC. Paris received the highest award for bravery in the U.S. military for his actions as one of the nation's first Black officers to lead a Special Forces team in combat, almost 60 years after he was first recommended for the award. (Photo by Win McNamee/Getty Images)
03/03/20233 minutes 42 seconds
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There's connection between concussions in NFL players and decreased brain function later in life: study

Dr. Laura Germine, Associate Professor of Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School is the senior author of the study. She joined WCBS' Steve Scott to discuss her findings.PHOTO: Getty Images 
03/03/20235 minutes 16 seconds
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Going cruising? Expect these changes in 2023

CBS News Travel Editor Peter Greenberg with all the detailsPHOTO: Long Beach, CA - February 17: An aerial view of the Carnival Radiance, a Destiny-class cruise ship, as it heads out to sea in Long Beach at sunset Friday, Feb. 17, 2023. (Allen J. Schaben / Los Angeles Times via Getty Images)
03/03/20231 minute
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There are new rules for families flying together

CBS News Travel Editor Peter Greenberg with an update on a big issues for families traveling together.PHOTO: Getty Inages
02/03/20231 minute
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Car From Long Island Winds Up Helping a Family in War Ravaged Ukraine

A totaled car went from Long Island to Ukraine and ended up helping a family flee the war.  WCBS 880 Reporter Sophia Hall has more on this story..
02/03/20232 minutes 46 seconds
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NYC BLM Protestors Who Claim They Were Beaten By NYPD Win Payday

New York City will pay millions of dollars to Black Lives Matter protestors who claimed the NYPD assaulted them.  WCBS 880 Reporter Steve Burns talked about it on the Afternoon Roundup.
02/03/20232 minutes 33 seconds
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Equal Rights Act anniversary prompting officials to demand it be added to Constitution

Bridget Quinn speaks with Zakiya Thomas - President and CEO of ERA Coalition -- on Newsline.PHOTO: Kagenmi VIA Getty
01/03/20234 minutes 43 seconds
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At what age does our brain function change?

Bridget Quinn speaks with Director Of The Neurosciences ICU At South Shore University Hospital - Dr. Krista Lim-Hing on Newsline.PHOTO: gorodenkoff via Getty Images
01/03/20234 minutes 45 seconds
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Millennials have more debt than any other generation: studies

Bridget Quinn speaks with CBS Business Analyst Jill Schlesinger on Newsline. PHOTO: Bridget Quinn speaks with CBS News Legal Analyst Rikki Kleiman on Newsline. 
01/03/20235 minutes 32 seconds
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Inside the defense's case for Alex Murdaugh

Bridget Quinn speaks with CBS News Legal Analyst Rikki Kleiman on Newsline. PHOTO: Alex Murdaugh listens to testimony during his double-murder trial at the Colleton County Courthouse in Walterboro, South Carolina, on Feb. 10, 2023. (Joshua Boucher/The State/Tribune News Service via Getty Images)
01/03/20235 minutes 27 seconds
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Cardinal Dolan backs Adams' church-and-state comment: 'Bravo ... glad you said it'

Bridget Quinn speaks with Cardinal Dolan on Newsline about Mayor Adams' remarks about the separation of church and state. PHOTO: NEW YORK, NEW YORK - DECEMBER 24: Cardinal Timothy Dolan (R) greets New York City Mayor-Elect Eric Adams (L)  (Photo by Alexi Rosenfeld/Getty Images)
01/03/20235 minutes 36 seconds
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Migrants find help with asylum seeking process in Queens at a makeshift home immigration center

Bridget Quinn speaks with Nuala O'Doherty - a former attorney who lives in Jackson Heights, Queens on today's Newsline from 10am - 1pm.
01/03/20234 minutes 7 seconds
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Here's how aircraft enthusiasts find a plane's history

CBS News Travel Editor Peter Greenberg shares some ways to find out about your plane.PHOTO: American Airlines airplanes sit on the tarmac at LaGuardia airport in New York on January 11, 2023. (Photo by Ed JONES / AFP) (Photo by ED JONES/AFP via Getty Images)
01/03/20231 minute
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$53B budget plan on the table from NJ Governor Murphy

WCBS Reporter Steve Burns explains what Governor Murphy proposed this afternoon
28/02/20232 minutes 40 seconds
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CDC tracking spread of drug-resistant strain of stomach illness Shigella

CBS News Medical Contributor Dr. David Agus joined WCBS' Steve Scott to explain the details on this nasty bug.PHOTO: Number of Gram-negative Escherichia coli bacteria of the strain O157:H7, revealed in the 6836x magnified scanning electron microscopic (SEM) image, 2006. Image courtesy Centers for Disease Control (CDC) / National Escherichia, Shigella, Vibrio Reference Unit at CDC. (Photo by Smith Collection/Gado/Getty Images)
28/02/20234 minutes 44 seconds
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Hoboken residents still dealing with water service issues following 16-inch water main rupture

Hoboken Mayor Ravi Bhalla says crews are working to isolate the main break, but he does not have an estimated time of when service will be restored.
28/02/20234 minutes 9 seconds
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Changing planes? Some airlines will let you spend the day in another city

CBS News Travel Editor Peter Greenberg has the detailsPHOTO: The Doha skyline is illuminated. Picture date: Friday December 16, 2022. (Photo by Nick Potts/PA Images via Getty Images)
28/02/20231 minute
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Nassau County Executive advises caution in the wake of the snow overnight

Nassau County Executive Bruce Blakeman joins us to talk about his county's response to the first storm this winter.
28/02/20232 minutes 40 seconds
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NYC Dept. of Sanitation deployed 2,000 workers overnight to control snowstorm

New York City's Sanitation Commissioner Jessica Tisch joined told us about her department's work to keep the roads clear. Photo: People visit Times Square during a snowfall on February 27, 2023 (LEONARDO MUNOZ/AFP via Getty Images)
28/02/20231 minute 26 seconds
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Families Staying in Hotels Paid For By NYC After Ida Get Cut Off

Victims of Hurricane Ida who saw their homes destroyed by the storm are now getting displaced again. The city says hotel stays for around 70 families will end tomorrow. WCBS's Steve Burns is in Lower Manhattan.
28/02/20232 minutes 45 seconds
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First Big Snow Has Already Begun in Some Parts of New Jersey

The first big snowstorm of the season moves in this evening.  Areas well north and west of New York City could get more than six inches.  New Jersey's Governor Phil Murphy talked about storm prep in the state.
28/02/20233 minutes 6 seconds
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You Can Now Get LIRR Trains at Grand Central Station Madison Avenue

It's the first day of full LIRR Service to the new Grand Central Madison, cutting the commutes of many long islanders by 40 minutes.  LIRR's Interim President, and Metro North President Catherine Rinaldi talked about the big day on WCBS 880's Afternoon Roundup.
28/02/20232 minutes 24 seconds
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LIRR Says they Are Prepared for Tonight's Snow Storm

The first significant snowfall of the season set to start shortly after sundown.  Areas well north and west of the city could get more than 6 inches.  LIRR's Interim President Catherine Rinaldi talks about how they are preparing for this storm.
27/02/202355 seconds
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Here's the ID you need when flying domestically

CBS News Travel Editor Peter Greenberg knows just what you need.PHOTO: Getty Images 
27/02/20231 minute
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Strike authorization vote set for next week among Rutgers University faculty

WCBS' Steve Burns spoke with Professor Rebecca Givan, who leads the full-time faculty union at Rutgers
24/02/20233 minutes 7 seconds
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Ukrainian people remain resilient one year after Russian invasion

Journalist and author Vladislav Davidzon has been covering the war from all angles. He is in Odesa, Ukraine and joined WCBS' Steve Scott to reflect on the past year.
24/02/20234 minutes 4 seconds
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Retired Army Major reflects on Russia's invasion of Ukraine 1 year later

Military analyst, retired Army Major Mike Lyons joined WCBS' Steve Scott to discuss the ongoing conflictPHOTO: Civilians pay homage at the Memory Wall of Fallen Defenders in central Kyiv during the commemoration of one year of the war between Russia and Ukraine in Kyiv, Ukraine on February 24, 2023. (Photo by Narciso Contreras/Anadolu Agency via Getty Images)
24/02/20233 minutes 40 seconds
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Is it rude to recline your airline seat?

CBS News Travel Editor Peter Greenberg with a survey PHOTO: Getty Images 
24/02/20231 minute
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NYC ambulance fees could soon go up dramatically and the MTA is looking to crack down on subway surfing

WCBS Reporter Steve Burns is following both of these stories
23/02/20232 minutes 35 seconds
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Shooting spree near Orlando leaves three dead, including a 9-year-old girl and a TV reporter covering the story

CBS News Correspondent Peter King has the details from OrlandoPHOTO: The pop-up memorial for slain Spectrum News 13 journalist Dylan Lyons at the University of Central Florida Nicholson School of Communications in Orlando, Fla., Thursday, February 23, 2023. Lyons, a graduate of UCF, was shot and killed while covering a homicide in Orlando on Wednesday. (Joe Burbank/Orlando Sentinel)
23/02/20234 minutes 5 seconds
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TRAVEL: How to maintain personal space on a plane

CBS News Travel Editor Peter Greenberg with some tips for your next flightPHOTO: Getty Images
23/02/20231 minute
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Interview with Nassau County Police Commissioner Patrick Ryder

Sophia Hall interviews Nassau county Police Commissioner Patrick Ryder on how residents can protect their vehicle after a string of thefts at local car washes. Photo: Howard Schnapp/Newsday RM via Getty Images
23/02/20232 minutes 38 seconds
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Interview with Senator Richard Blumenthal

Steve Scott talks with Democratic Senator Richard Blumenthal about his new bill to eliminate hidden fees on ticket sales. 
22/02/20233 minutes 51 seconds
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Here's what to pack when you travel

CBS News Travel Editor Peter Greenberg shares his travel essentials PHOTO: ANWAR AMRO/AFP via Getty Images@
22/02/20231 minute
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Parts of central NJ hit with severe storms this afternoon

WCBS Chief Meteorologist Craig Allen explains what to make of this extremely rare weather event.
21/02/20231 minute 25 seconds
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NJ lawmakers to hold hearing on package of bills addressing students' mental health

WCBS' Marla Diamond has the story.
21/02/20232 minutes 34 seconds
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Landmark Supreme Court case could change the future of the Internet

CNET Editor at Large Ian Sherr joined WCBS to explain.PHOTO: Drew Angerer/Getty Images
21/02/20232 minutes 35 seconds
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These are the most inexpensive European cities

CBS News Travel Editor Peter Greenberg with another very helpful listPHOTO: Riga Cathedral towers over old town with Vansu bridge over Daugava river in the distance. (Photo by: Slawek Staszczuk/Loop Images/Universal Images Group via Getty Images)
21/02/20231 minute
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Airports exceeded capacity in 2022

Peter Greenberg explains why
20/02/20231 minute
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Renewed calls to build a convention center at the Meadowlands

President and CEO Of the Meadowlands Chamber of Commerce spoke with WCBS' Steve Burns.
17/02/20233 minutes 16 seconds
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Catching COVID provides immunity comparable to getting vaccinated — but it's not that simple

CBS News Medical Consultant Dr. David Agus has the whole story.
17/02/20232 minutes 58 seconds
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Nassau County Exec pitching the county as a "Staycation Destination"

WCBS Long Island Bureau Chief Sophia Hall has the story.
17/02/20231 minute 41 seconds
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U.S. military recovers the remnants of the Chinese spy balloon shot down off the coast of South Carolina

More on how the recovery went from CBS News Correspondent Steve Dorsey.
17/02/20231 minute 49 seconds
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Staten Island house fire leaves several firefighters injured

WCBS reporter Steve Burns has details from the scene in Arden Heights
17/02/20232 minutes 3 seconds
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Passengers kicked off flights for “inappropriate" clothing

Peter Greenberg has some tips on how this can be avoided
17/02/20231 minute
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Remembering Tim McCarver with Tony Paige

Former WFAN host Tony Paige chats with WCBS anchor Levon Putney about the life of Tim McCarver. Tony also shares his thoughts about the possibility of Aaron Rodgers coming to the Jets. 
17/02/20237 minutes 17 seconds
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TRUMP IN THE LEAD: New poll has him as GOP 2024 frontrunner

A new 2024 Quinnipiac University Election poll puts former President Donald Trump slightly ahead of Florida Governor Ron DeSantis among Republican voters. Pollster Tim Malloy talks about the results and more with WCBS anchor Steve Scott. PHOTO: Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images
16/02/20232 minutes 55 seconds
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BOB COSTAS ON 880: Broadcasting icon remembers former Mets announcer, MLB star Tim McCarver

Sports broadcaster Bob Costas joined Michael Wallace on WCBS 880 to talk about the life and career of MLB catcher Tim McCarver who died Feb. 16, 2023 at 81. PHOTO: FLUSHING, NY - CIRCA 1980's: Broadcaster Tim McCarver (L) talks with New York Mets catcher Gary Carter (R) before a Major League Baseball game circa 1980's at Shea Stadium in Flushing, New York. Carter played for the Mets from 1985-89. (Photo by Focus on Sport/Getty Images)
16/02/20235 minutes 43 seconds
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Unaccompanied minors: what to know about kids flying alone

Peter Greenberg shares some tips for children traveling alonePHOTO: An American Airlines jet takes off at Laguardia AIrport on November 10, 2022 in the Queens borough of New York City.  (Photo by Bruce Bennett/Getty Images)
16/02/20231 minute
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The Convicted Buffalo Supermarket Shooter Gets Life in Prison

 The White man who killed ten Black people at a Buffalo supermarket gets life in prison...after someone lunged at him at today's sentencing hearing.  WBEN Radio Reporter Brayton Wilson was in the courtroom Wednesday and was a guest on WCBS 880's Afternoon Roundup.
16/02/20233 minutes 2 seconds
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All E-V Owners Will Be Able to Charge At Tesla

Soon E-V owners will be able to charge their cars at any Tesla charging station.  Even if you don't own a Tesla... Bloomberg Reporter Keith Lang talked about this on WCBS 880's Afternoon Roundup.
15/02/20232 minutes 39 seconds
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NYC Mayor Adams Not in Favor of Governor Hochul's Proposal to Help MTA

WCBS 880 Afternoon Roundup guest MTA Chief Janno Lieber.
15/02/20234 minutes 51 seconds
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Cost of airport parking is skyrocketing across the globe

Peter Greenberg has the best places to parkPHOTO: 01 October 2022, North Rhine-Westphalia, Cologne: Many vehicles are parked in the parking garages at Cologne/Bonn Airport. At the beginning of the fall vacations, there are again waiting times at the airports in North Rhine-Westphalia. Photo: Thomas Banneyer/dpa (Photo by Thomas Banneyer/picture alliance via Getty Images)
15/02/20231 minute
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U.S. Senators briefed on flying objects shot down by military

Connecticut Senator Richard Blumenthal was in the room and joined WCBS' Steve Scott to discuss what he could from the classified briefing.
15/02/20233 minutes 8 seconds
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Valentine's Day in Times Square

WCBS' Marla Diamond was there with the happy couples.
14/02/20231 minute 23 seconds
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NJ doling out hundreds to addiction treatment centers to build support for problem gambling

WCBS' Steve Burns spoke with Lia Nower, who leads Rutgers University's Center for Gambling Studies.
14/02/20233 minutes 19 seconds
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The first missile launched at the unidentified object over Lake Huron on Sunday missed

CBS News Military Analyst, retired Army Colonel Jeff McCausland explains why that first shot missed and what he makes of these recent series of discoveries.
14/02/20233 minutes 23 seconds
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FAA plans to move air traffic control jobs from Long Island

WCBS' Long Island Bureau Chief Sophia Hall has the story.
14/02/20232 minutes 12 seconds
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Michigan State gunman may have been planning attack in Ewing, NJ

WWJ'S Charlie Langton has the details and the latest on the investigation.
14/02/20232 minutes 31 seconds
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US airports restricting curbside pickup for taxis

Peter Greenberg explains the changes
14/02/20231 minute
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Questions Remain After Flying Objects Shot Down in U.S. Airspace

There are still many questions after four flying objects have been shot down over North America in the past week.  As the military resumes its search for more remains of the Chinese spy balloon off the South Carolina coast, China accuses the U.S. of flying balloons in its airspace. Bloomberg Reporter Jordan Fabian talked about it on WCBS 800's Afternoon Roundup.
14/02/20233 minutes 6 seconds
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Man Uses Truck to Hit Pedestrians in Brooklyn. Police Say Not Terror Related

A man used a u-haul truck to evade police and mowed down 8 pedestrians this morning.  WCBS' Steve Burns has been talking to witnesses in Bay Ridge.
13/02/20231 minute 20 seconds
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Speeding U-haul Truck Mows Down Pedestrians in Brooklyn

Eight people have been injured. Two of them critically after a u-haul truck barreled into pedestrians in Bay Ridge, Brooklyn today. WCBS Reporter Marla Diamond is there.    
13/02/20231 minute 8 seconds
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LIRR ridership up 50% in 2022

Long Island Rail Road (LIRR) Interim President and Metro-North Railroad President Catherine Rinaldi joined WCBS' Mack Rosenberg to discuss recent ridership numbers.
13/02/20232 minutes 25 seconds
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Gov. Hochul looking to raise NY minimum wage over the next few years

Greg David of thecity.nyc explains her proposal, as well as some of the pushback she's facing
13/02/20232 minutes 30 seconds
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Financial infidelity this Valentine's Day

CBS News Business Analyst Jill Schlesinger joined WCBS' Paul Murnane and Wayne Cabot to discuss the importance of joint financial goals. (PHOTO: Getty Images)
13/02/20232 minutes 43 seconds
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Passenger complaints increased 23% from last year

CBS News travel editor Peter Greenberg has the top travel complaints.PHOTO:Airplanes from Delta, United and JetBlue populate the taxiway at Laguardia AIrport on November 10, 2022 in the Queens borough of New York City. (Photo by Bruce Bennett/Getty Images)
13/02/20231 minute
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Festivities in full swing in Arizona as Super Bowl LVII approaches

Rickie Ricardo, the Spanish voice of the Eagles and Yankees, is in Phoenix gearing up for this weekend's Super Bowl. He joined WCBS' Levon Putney to set the scene.
11/02/20237 minutes 56 seconds
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U.S. military shoots down "high-altitude object" over Alaskan coast

CBS News Correspondent Steve Dorsey has details on the unidentified flying object and what to expect from an investigation.
10/02/20232 minutes 9 seconds
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Central Park hit a February 10 record of 61°

Dr. David Robinson, climatologist at Rutgers University, spoke with WCBS' Michael Wallace, and he shares what he makes of this mild winter.
10/02/20233 minutes 32 seconds
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New bill in Albany would offer protections to workers outside in extreme temperatures

Details from WCBS reporter Steve Burns.
10/02/20232 minutes 54 seconds
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Super Bowl LVII just two days away

CBS News Correspondent Kris Van Cleave has details on the big game from Glendale, Arizona.
10/02/20232 minutes 21 seconds
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MTA Police wrap up 24-hour crackdown on toll violators

Dan DeCrescenzo, MTA Bridges and Tunnels President, explains how many vehicles were caught and how much they owed in tolls.
10/02/20233 minutes 35 seconds
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Which are the best credit cards to cover travel mishaps

Peter Greenberg has a tip  for when things go wrong.PHOTO: An American Express Gold Card is lying on a keyboard in an office. Photo: Silas Stein/dpa (Photo by Silas Stein/picture alliance via Getty Images)
10/02/20231 minute
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Kevin Durant traded to Phoenix Suns just ahead of NBA trade deadline

"Moose" Marc Malusis of WFAN and Pix 11 spoke with WCBS' Levon Putney about what the trade might mean for the future of the Brooklyn Nets
10/02/20235 minutes 43 seconds
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10 retired NFL players sue league over its handling of disability claims

Washington Post reporter Will Hobson explains the NFL's alleged wrongdoing.
09/02/20233 minutes 2 seconds
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Details emerge about the Chinese surveillance balloon shot down by U.S. military

Bloomberg National Security Correspondent Ian Marlow explains the primary purpose of the balloon, as well as what intelligence it might have gathered.    
09/02/20233 minutes 6 seconds
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Death toll from earthquake in Turkey and Syria tops 20,000

WCBS Long Island Bureau Chief Sophia Hall spoke with a Patchogue woman who was born in Turkey and is collecting supplies to send to a village in need of aid.
09/02/20231 minute 39 seconds
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Charges dropped against NYPD officer accused of spying for China

WCBS' Steve Burns has the details.
09/02/20232 minutes 44 seconds
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TRAVEL: Here's why you should search in incognito mode

CBS News Travel Editor Peter Greenberg explains why you should search for your next trip undercover. PHOTO: GETTY IMAGES
09/02/20231 minute
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Cops Still Looking for Man Responsible For Acid Attack On Student

The reward is now $50,000 for information in a 2021 acid attack on a Long Island college student.  It's been 2 years since 23-year-old Nafiah Ikram had acid thrown into her face.  WCBS Reporter Sophia Hall talked about the case on WCBS 880's Afternoon Roundup with Steve Scott.
08/02/20232 minutes 10 seconds
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NJ Expands Program Aiming to Help Cops Deal With Those in Mental Health Crisis

New Jersey is expanding a program that helps police resolve mental health crises peacefully.  WCBS Reporter Marla Diamond talked about the program on the Afternoon Roundup.
08/02/20232 minutes 5 seconds
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Watchdogs Raise Questions Around Hochul's Plan to Renovate Belmont Park

NY Governor Kathy Hochul's proposed state budget would provide nearly a half-billion dollars for New York's struggling horse racing industry.  WCBS Reporter Steve Burns talked about it on the Afternoon Roundup.  
08/02/20232 minutes 52 seconds
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Researchers Found CTE in Nearly 92% of Former NFL Players

It is, of course, Super Bowl week. With that in mind...researchers at Boston University say they've found the degenerative brain condition known as CTE in nearly 92% of former NFL players they have studied so far. It's part of their on-going research.  Dr. Ann McKee is Director of the Boston University CTE Center and talked about this on WCBS 880's Afternoon Roundup.
08/02/20234 minutes 47 seconds
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These are the best flight-tracking apps

CBS News Travel Editor Peter Greenberg has the perfect app for your next trip.A digital display shows cancelled flights in the Southwest Airlines luggage area, December 28, 2022 at Los Angeles International Airport in Los Angeles. - The perfect storm of fierce snow squalls, howling wind and sub-zero temperatures forced the cancellation of thousands of flights in recent days, including around 5,900 on Tuesday and Wednesday, according to tracking site FlightAware.com. Most of the cancellations on December 27-28 were at Southwest Airlines, which pulled more than 60 percent of its flights due to cascading logistics issues. (Photo by Robyn BECK / AFP) (Photo by ROBYN BECK/AFP via Getty Images)
08/02/20231 minute
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NYC Leaders Have New Strategy to Go After Illegal Weed Shops

New York City is firing off a new threat to smoke shops peddling illegal cannabis.  STOP SELLING, or face eviction.  WCBS'S Steve Burns has the story.
07/02/20232 minutes 57 seconds
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Will George Santos be Expelled From Congress?

A group of Congressman George Santos' constituents from Long Island were on Capitol Hill today to deliver petitions seeking Santos' expulsion.  CBS News Congressional Correspondent Scott MacFarlane talked about today's events on WCBS 880's Afternoon Roundup.
07/02/20233 minutes 18 seconds
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TRAVEL: Which countries are perceived as the most corrupt?

CBS Travel Editor Peter Greenberg with a new list.PHOTO: A general view of Auckland's skyline as the city wakes to day two of level four lockdown on August 19, 2021 in Auckland, New Zealand. (Photo by Fiona Goodall/Getty Images)
07/02/20231 minute
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Farm Animals Used for Therapy Klled in Connecticut Fire

Dozens of farm animals used for therapy died over the weekend in a fire on a farm in Prospect Connecticut, just outside of Waterbury.  WCBS Reporter Marla Diamond spoke to the animals' owner Kelly Cronin, who runs the non profit Kelly's Kids...  
07/02/20232 minutes 23 seconds
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Pat McCarthy Talks About Joining WCBS' Mets Play-By-Play Team

Two new voices...Keith Raad and Pat McCarthy will join Howie Rose in the WCBS 880 Mets broadcast booth this season. Our parent company, Audacy, made the announcement today.  Pat McCarthy talked about it with Steve Scott on WCBS 880's Afternoon Round.
07/02/20232 minutes 51 seconds
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NYC is Doing Away With Covid Vax Mandate for City Workers

New York City Mayor Adams will end the city's covid vaccine mandate for municipal workers this Friday.       
07/02/20232 minutes 49 seconds
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DEADLY EARTHQUAKE AFTERMATH: An American in Turkey tells 880 what life is like there

Jack Zahora, an American journalist living in Turkey, told our Steve Scott what life is like in Turkey right now after the earthquake.PHOTO: 06 February 2023, Syria, Harem: Rescue workers and civilians conduct search and rescue operations in the rubble of a collapsed building following a magnitude 7.8 earthquake that hit Turkey and Syria. Photo: Anas Alkharboutli/dpa (Photo by Anas Alkharboutli/picture alliance via Getty Images)
06/02/20236 minutes 2 seconds
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Governor Hochul's budget would raise taxes on business to fund MTA

thecity.nyc's Greg David talks how Governor Hochul's budget would fund the MTA and how business owners and officials are reacting.
06/02/20231 minute 34 seconds
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Which airline performed best in 2022?

Peter Greenberg has the data on which airlines were most reliable last year.PHOTO: Alaska Airlines plane lands at San Francisco International Airport (SFO) in San Francisco, California, United States on September 15, 2022. (Photo by Tayfun Coskun/Anadolu Agency via Getty Images)
06/02/20231 minute
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January jobs report shows resiliency of labor market

More from CBS News Business Analyst Jill SchlesingerPHOTO:  A 'help wanted' sign is displayed in a window of a store in Manhattan on December 02, 2022 in New York City. The Labor Department reported Friday that non-farm payrolls increased by 263,000 for the month of November keeping the unemployment rate at 3.7%. Despite the Fed's attempt to cool inflation and the economy by gradually increasing interest rates, the U.S. economy continues to surge ahead. (Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images)
06/02/20233 minutes 17 seconds
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Texas man arrested for stealing two Tamarin monkeys from Dallas Zoo

Details from KRLD Reporter L.P. Phillips in Dallas.PHOTO: Dallas Zoo/Twitter
03/02/20232 minutes 52 seconds
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Gov. Hochul facing pushback against plan to allow more charter schools in NYC

WCBS Reporter Steve Burns has the details from City Hall.
03/02/20232 minutes 42 seconds
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Pentagon monitoring high-flying Chinese balloon found over United States

CBS News Senior Investigative Correspondent Catherine Herridge spoke with WCBS' Steve Scott.PHOTO: ARLINGTON, VIRGINIA - FEBRUARY 03: Pentagon Press Secretary Brig. Gen. Pat Ryder speaks during a news briefing at the Pentagon on February 3, 2023 in Arlington, Virginia. Ryder held a news briefing to answer questions from members of the press. (Photo by Alex Wong/Getty Images)
03/02/20233 minutes 5 seconds
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Cold temps expected to drop even lower overnight

WCBS Chief Meteorologist Craig Allen has the details on the weekend's cold snap.
03/02/20232 minutes 22 seconds
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President Biden's Budget Director says she thinks Democrats and Republicans will eventually reach deal on debt ceiling

Bloomberg White House Reporter Josh Wingrove explains what Budget Director Shalanda Young had to say and what's at stake.
02/02/20232 minutes 45 seconds
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More Manhattan office workers returning to office, but survey shows remote work is here to stay

WCBS Reporter spoke with Kathryn Wylde from the Partnership for New York City, which conducted the survey.
02/02/20233 minutes 3 seconds
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Homeless advocates trying to get people off the street with frigid temps on the way

Long Island Bureau Chief Sophia Hall has the details.
02/02/20231 minute 34 seconds
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Police searching for suspect in fatal shooting of Sayreville, NJ Councilwoman

30-year-old Eunice Dwumfour was shot several times last night. Former NJ Assemblyman John Wisniewski, a lifelong Sayreville resident, spoke with WCBS Reporter Sean Adams.
02/02/20231 minute 41 seconds
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NYPD misconduct settlements

Legal Aid's Jennvine Wong
02/02/20234 minutes 44 seconds
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TRAVEL: Tourists spend the most money in these cities

Peter Greenberg talks where travelers drop the big bucksPHOTO: A tourist takes photos at the Trocadero place near the Eiffel Tower in Paris, France, Feb. 1, 2023. (Photo by Gao Jing/Xinhua via Getty Images)
02/02/20231 minute
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'SET-JETTERS': Travelers are flocking to these destinations because of hit TV shows

Peter Greenberg with a new type of traveler.PHOTO: A general view from the city hall on January 20, 2023 in Castelvetrano, Sicily. - (Photo by MIGUEL MEDINA / AFP) (Photo by MIGUEL MEDINA/AFP via Getty Images)
02/02/20231 minute
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Gov. Hochul proposes big MTA rescue in her budget

MTA Chairman and CEO Janno Lieber offers his reaction to Governor Hochul's budget plan.
01/02/20235 minutes 32 seconds
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Tom Brady announces retirement from NFL

Rich Hanley, an Associate Professor of Journalism at Quinnipiac University who teaches a class on the history of football, discussed Brady's decision with WCBS Anchor Michael Wallace.
01/02/20233 minutes 18 seconds
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Major League Baseball celebrates "National Girls & Women in Sports Day"

WCBS Reporter Marla Diamond spoke with Ronnie Gajownik, who will be the first woman ever to coach a Single-A Minor League team. She was recently named manager of the Hillsboro Hops, the Arizona Diamondbacks' Single-A affiliate.
01/02/20232 minutes 48 seconds
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Federal Reserve raises interest rate a quarter of a percent

CBS News Business Analyst Jill Schlesinger explains the hike and what to expect moving forward.
01/02/20233 minutes 31 seconds
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Governor Hochul unveils budget plan, focusing on housing, bail reform, and the MTA

WCBS Reporter Steve Burns has the details
01/02/20232 minutes 37 seconds
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TRAVEL Q & A: What's a 'neighbor-free' airline upgrade

Peter Greenberg has a tip for more spacePHOTO: Nicolas Economou/NurPhoto via Getty Images
01/02/20231 minute
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George Santos Recuses Himself From House Assignments

Long Island Republican Congressman George Santos has stepped down from his 2 house committee assignments while investigators look into his lies.  Washington Post Reporter Meryl Kornfield spoke about it on WCBS 880.
01/02/20233 minutes 52 seconds
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Will Free Covid Shots Be a Thing of the Past?

President Biden will end the nation's covid emergencies in May.  Dr. Bernard Camins, the Medical Director for Infection Prevention at the Mount Sinai Health System, joined us on the Afternoon Roundup and explained what that will actually.          
01/02/20233 minutes 32 seconds
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President Biden Visited NYC Today Promoting Hudson River Rail Tunnel

President Biden paid a visit to Manhattan's west side Tuesday, promising to finally get going on building new train tunnels under the Hudson. WCBS's Steve Burns talked about the visit on 880's Afternoon Roundup.  
01/02/20234 minutes 26 seconds
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George Santos Steps Aways From House Committee Assignments During Investigation

Congressman George Santos recuses himself from his House committee assignments until the fraud allegations against him are cleared up.  WCBS 880 reporter Sophia Hall talks about it on the Afternoon Roundup.
01/02/20232 minutes 12 seconds
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Will We See a Gas Shortage This Summer?

Much of the East Coast could see a gasoline shortage this summer and you could blame it on Russia's War in Ukraine.  WCBS 880's Mack Rosenberg spoke to Chunzi Xu.  She covers the oil industry for Bloomberg.    
30/01/20232 minutes 52 seconds
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A NJ Bill Requires Telemarketers to Give You THEIR Callback Number

A new bill in New Jersey would put telemarketers on the clock. They'd be required to state the company name, address, and phone number within 30 seconds.  WCBS's Steve Burns heard from the bill's main sponsor, State Senator John Bramnick.    
30/01/20231 minute 57 seconds
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Dead Whale Washes Up on Nassau County's Lido Beach

For the 8th time in 2 months...A dead whale has washed ashore on one of our area beaches. This time on Long Island.  WCBS 880 Anchor Steve Scott talked about this story with our reporter Sophia Hall on the Afternoon Roundup.
30/01/20232 minutes 23 seconds
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TRAVEL: Summer beach getaways are in high demand

Peter Greenberg knows what trips people are planning right nowPHOTO: Almost a thousand of people are gathered at the Oscar Grant Plaza and take streets over Tyre Nichols killing by Memphis police, in Oakland, California, United States on January 29, 2023. (Photo by Tayfun Coskun/Anadolu Agency via Getty Images)
30/01/20231 minute
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Protests underway in Memphis following release of video showing police fatally beating Tyre Nichols

CBS News Correspondent Chris Fox reporting from Memphis.   People attend a candlelight vigil in memory of Tyre Nichols at the Tobey Skate Park on January 26, 2023 in Memphis, Tennessee. (Scott Olson/Getty Images)
28/01/20232 minutes 10 seconds
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Memphis police release body cam footage of officers beating Tyre Nichols to death

Nichols, 29, died three days following the beating heard here. (Clip contains disturbing audio)   People attend a candlelight vigil in memory of Tyre Nichols at the Tobey Skate Park on January 26, 2023 in Memphis, Tennessee. (Scott Olson/Getty Images)
28/01/20231 minute 49 seconds
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FDA announces new guidelines making it easier for gay and bisexual men to donate blood

CBS News Medical Contributor Dr. David Agus explains what led to this policy change.
27/01/20232 minutes 40 seconds
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At least 10 civilians dead in Ukraine after latest round of Russian shelling

Chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, New Jersey Senator Bob Menendez (D), joined WCBS Anchor Steve Scott to discuss the War in Ukraine.
27/01/20232 minutes 55 seconds
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NJ relief program meant to help families behind on water bills has barely sent any money

The details from WCBS Reporter Steve Burns
27/01/20232 minutes 27 seconds
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State and city officials boast new numbers showing improved subway experience

Reporter Juliet Papa has the details
27/01/20232 minutes 17 seconds
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How could the Holocaust happen? An academic offers his take on Holocaust Remembrance Day 2023

On this Holocaust Remembrance Day, historian Dr. Dan McMillan, author of "How Could This Happen: Explaining the Holocaust," spoke with WCBS 880 Anchor Steve Scott.PHOTO: A view of barbed wire fence and surveillance towers at the former Auschwitz Birkenau site on January 27, 2022 in Oswiecim, Poland. The main theme of the 77th anniversary will be the beginning of the extermination in the German Nazi camp Auschwitz, which took place in the spring of 1942. The Nazis killed an estimated one million people at the camp during the World War II occupation of Poland by Nazi Germany. The Soviet Army liberated the camp on January 27, 1945. (Photo by Omar Marques/Getty Images)
27/01/20232 minutes 16 seconds
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TRAVEL Q & A: What are the best language-learning apps?

Peter Greenberg with another list for the avid traveler.   PHOTO: Lorenzo Di Cola/NurPhoto via Getty Images
27/01/20231 minute
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5 Former Memphis Police Officers Face Murder Charges

Five fired Memphis police officers have been charged with second-degree murder in the death of Tyre Nichols. Nichols died three days after a violent arrest by police earlier this month. CBS News Senior Investigative Correspondent Catherine Herridge has more with Michael Wallace and Steve Scott. 
26/01/20233 minutes 7 seconds
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President Trump's Return to Facebook?

Former President Donald Trump is allowed back on Facebook. But will he return? Bloomberg reporter Kurt Wagner has some analysis with Steve Scott and Michael Wallace.
26/01/20232 minutes 29 seconds
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Governor Ned Lamont Seeks to Close Assault Weapon Loopholes

Connecticut Governor Ned Lamont has announced a second set of proposals to cub gun violence and prevent mass shootings. WCBS reporter Steve Burns lays out the details with Michael Wallace and Steve Scott.
26/01/20232 minutes 56 seconds
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Eric Adams State of the City

Mayor Eric Adams laid out his plans for New York during his state of the city speech Thursday afternoon. Reporter Juliet Papa has the details with WCBS anchor Michael Wallace.
26/01/20232 minutes 51 seconds
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=TRAVEL: Lessons learned from recent airline meltdowns

Peter Greenberg has the run downPHOTO: A Transportation Security Administration agent works at the security check area inside Terminal 3 at O'Hare International Airport on Nov. 12, 2020, in Chicago. (John J. Kim/ Chicago Tribune/Tribune News Service via Getty Images)
26/01/20231 minute
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Woman Arrested For Masquerading As Student at an NJ High School

There are a lot of questions at New Brunswick High School, after officials revealed a 29 year old woman was able to pose as a student and attend classes last week.  WCBS's Steve Burns has more...      
26/01/20232 minutes 23 seconds
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The U.S. is Giving Ukraine 31 Battle Tanks

The United States will send 31 Abrams tanks to Ukraine.  CBS News Military Analyst, Retired Army Colonel Jeff McCausland talked about this on WCBS 880's Afternoon Roundup.  
25/01/20232 minutes 44 seconds
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New Service for LIRR Began Today

The long wait is over for Long Island Rail Road riders.  The first LIRR train rolled into Grand Central Madison today.  WCBS Reporter talked about it on the Afternoon Roundup.  
25/01/20232 minutes 28 seconds
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Wait, what? Strange items people leave in an Uber

Peter Greenberg with an interesting listPHOTO: NEW YORK, USA - OCTOBER 05: An interior view of a Uber car with the Uber Connect application on in New York, United States on October 05, 2022. Lokman Vural Elibol / Anadolu Agency
25/01/20231 minute
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Live Nation CFO called before Senate Judiciary Committee regarding Taylor Swift ticket meltdown

Yahoo Tech Editor Dan Howley discusses some of the takeaways from the hearing.
25/01/20232 minutes 43 seconds
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Biden Administration reportedly prepping to send aid to Ukraine

Military analyst and retired Army major Mike Lyons explains the significance of this.
24/01/20232 minutes 38 seconds
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91-year-old Levittown resident retires from crossing guard job after 41 years

WCBS Long Island Bureau Chief Sophia Hall spoke with Louise Kobs, who is retiring to spend more time with her family.
24/01/20232 minutes 5 seconds
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Amazon launches $5/month drug subscription service for Prime members

Bloomberg's Spencer Soper explains how the RX Pass service works.PHOTO: In this photo illustration an Amazon logo seen displayed on a smartphone. (Photo Illustration by Mateusz Slodkowski/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images)
24/01/20233 minutes 43 seconds
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MTA expanding pilot program to allow more open strollers on buses

WCBS Reporter Steve Burns has the details.
24/01/20232 minutes 18 seconds
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TRAVEL Q & A: Where are the most dog-friendly beaches?

Peter Greenberg has the best places to bring your petPHOTO:  Mahmoud Issa/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images)
24/01/20231 minute
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Another Death Announced Today in Monterey Park Massacre

Another death today from the mass shooting in Monterey Park, bringing the total to 11 murders.  KNX reporter Pete Demetreu spoke to us from California.      
24/01/20232 minutes 44 seconds
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NYC Mayor Defending Latest Move to Set Up Migrant Facility in Brooklyn

Asylum-seekers arriving in New York will soon be heading out to a new facility in Red Hook, Brooklyn. There's growing criticism around the plan. But Mayor Eric Adams is pushing back, as we hear from WCBS's Steve Burns.
24/01/20232 minutes 45 seconds
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New Bill Would Stop MSG Owner From Using Facial Recognition to Bar Enemies

New York State Senator Brad Hoylman-Sigal wants to block Madison Square Garden CEO James Dolan from banning his enemies from the building. Senator Hoylman-Sigal talked about this on WCBS 880's Afternoon Roundup.    
24/01/20233 minutes 1 second
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TRAVEL Q & A: How much does it cost to be “wealthy” in U.S. cities?

Peter Greenberg explains how "wealth" is all relative.
23/01/20231 minute
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Police continue search for gunman who killed 10 in California at a Lunar New Year celebration

KNX reporter John Baird joined WCBS with the latest updates from law enforcement about possible leads in this tragic shooting.
22/01/20233 minutes 50 seconds
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Getting ready for Giants vs. Eagles with Ricky Ricardo

The Yankees Spanish announcer is also the announcer for the Philadelphia Eagle's Spanish broadcast. He joined WCBS to talk about the Giants' chances in the matchup.
21/01/20236 minutes 33 seconds
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NJ AG MATTHEW PLATKIN TO 880: NJ bar owners have the right to ban guns

WCBS 880's Steve Scott spoke to the New Jersey Attorney General about gun rights in the state ahead of this NFL playoff weekend.
20/01/20233 minutes 1 second
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NJ lawmakers hope to steepen penalties for disrupting youth sports games

WCBS reporter Steve Burns got the details on what would happen to rowdy parents at youth games under new legislation.
20/01/20232 minutes 28 seconds
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Counterfeit pills cause increase in overdoses on LI

WCBS reporter Sophia Hall talked to Dr. Jeffrey Reynolds about the drug causing overdoses and why it's uniquely dangerous.
20/01/20231 minute 42 seconds
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TRAVEL Q & A: Which Airports Charge the Most for Food and Beverage Retail?

Peter Greenberg shares which Airports have the most expensive food and beverages.PHOTO: NEW YORK, NY - MARCH 23: Departing passengers purchase food at a Shake Shack restaurant on March 23, 2022 at the LaGuardia Airport in New York City. Shake Shack is a fast food restaurant that started in New York City in 2001. (Photo by Robert Nickelsberg/Getty Images)
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Breaking down the United States debt limit

CBS News Business analyst Jill Schlesinger explains what the nation's debt limit is and what the ramifications could be for hitting it in the coming weeks and months.
19/01/20233 minutes 45 seconds
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Alec Baldwin charged with involuntary manslaughter for movie set shooting

WCBS's Steve Scott spoke to CBS News Analyst Thane Rosenbaum about the charges and how Baldwin might defend himself in court.
19/01/20232 minutes 56 seconds
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Lawmakers reach across the aisle in attempt to block congestion pricing

WCBS reporter Steve Burns heard from Republican congressman Mike Lawler on his plan to keep the MTA's congestion pricing plan from going into effect.
19/01/20232 minutes 21 seconds
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TRAVEL Q & A: When to Renew Your Passport

Peter Greenberg has tips on the ideal time frame to renew your passport for upcoming travel. PHOTO: A person shows the Female gender marker on their current US passport, prior to beginning the process of filling out a passport application with an X gender marker, at their home in Alexandria, Virginia, on April 11, 2022. - It's just a small extra box to tick on an application form, but a huge breakthrough for a non-binary person who on Monday became one of the first Americans to apply for a gender-neutral passport. The option to receive a passport with an "X" gender designation, which was made available Monday by Joe Biden's administration, was hailed as a blessing for an estimated 1.2 million transgender Americans. (Photo by Stefani Reynolds / AFP) (Photo by STEFANI REYNOLDS/AFP via Getty Images)<a href="https://www.gettyimages.com/license/1239925470?phrase=american%20pa
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A Truck Driver is Dead After His Tractor Trailer Fell Off an Overpass

A road crew is working to fix a ramp over 287 in Westchester after a tractor trailer fell off of it, killing the driver this (Wednesday) morning.  WCBS reporter Steve Burns talked about the fatal incident on WCBS 880's Afternoon Roundup.
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The safest airlines of 2022

Peter Greenberg has the data on which airlines has the fewest crashes and other serious incidents.
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Hazlet NJ Mourning a Mom & Daughter Killed in Recent House Fire

A candlelight vigil is being held in Hazlet, NJ for 40-year-old Jacqueline Montanaro and her 6- year-old daughter Madeline...who died along with the family dog in a house fire Friday.  Mayor Michael Sachs will be leading the vigil and spoke beforehand to our Marla Diamond. NOTE: The wake for Jacqueline and Madeline will be held Wednesday, January 25, 2023 &amp; Thursday, January 26th, 2023 at Holmdel Funeral Home, followed by the funeral on Friday, January 27th at 10 a.m. at St. Benedict R.C. Church in Holmdel.
17/01/20232 minutes 36 seconds
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Ocean Pollution May Be Cause of Whale Deaths on Jersey Shore

On the Jersey Shore, whales are washing up at an alarming rate.  One group thinks a massive offshore wind project may be to blame.  WCBS's Steve Burns has more.
17/01/20232 minutes 49 seconds
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Betty White honored on what would have been her 101st birthday

Lisa Tschernkowitsch spoke to American Humane's CEO about Betty White's legacy as an animal lover.
17/01/20234 minutes 56 seconds
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Where do the most people live alone?

Peter Greenberg has the data on the "loneliest" cities in America.
17/01/20231 minute
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Automobile traffic is getting worse

Peter Greenberg know the worst places to commute
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Final 5 gang members sentenced for 2018 murder of Lesandro "Junior" Guzman-Feliz

More from reporter Juliet Papa.
13/01/20233 minutes 1 second
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Gov. Murphy promises no new taxes in upcoming fiscal year

WCBS Reporter Steve Burns explains.
13/01/20232 minutes 51 seconds
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Some Long Islanders oppose plans to build casino on Nassau Coliseum grounds

WCBS Long Island Bureau Chief Sophia Hall has the story from Uniondale.
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Backpack of 6-year-old VA boy searched for weapon prior to the shooting that left teacher injured

CBS News Correspondent Jim Krasula has the latest details on last week's shooting at Richneck Elementary School.
13/01/20232 minutes 32 seconds
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The unwritten boarding rule you need to know

Peter Greenberg helps you avoid missing your next flight
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President Biden is Being Investigated Over Classified Docs Found at His Home

CBS News Chief Washington Correspondent Major Garrett has the latest on President Biden's classified documents with our Michael Wallace and Ashok Bhalla.
12/01/20234 minutes 6 seconds
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Turning the Nassau Coliseum Into a Casino?

The former home of the Islanders could be the future home of a new casino with Las Vegas Sands putting in a bid for the Nassau Coliseum site. WCBS reporter Steve Burns heard from the casino company. 
12/01/20232 minutes 39 seconds
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Newark's Terminal A Reaction

Elizabeth mayor Chris Bollwage shared his thoughts on the new Terminal A at Newark Airport with WCBS anchor Michael Wallace.
12/01/20232 minutes 29 seconds
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Newark's New Terminal A Opens

Newark airport's shiny new terminal A opened today. NJ Advance Media transportation reporter Larry Higgs talks about the new features with WCBS anchor Michael Wallace.
12/01/20232 minutes 58 seconds
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Cities with the most and least road rage citations

Peter Greenberg has the list
12/01/20231 minute
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NY'S Gun Law Will Stand For Now After Supreme Court Ruling Today

The Supreme Court allows New York's new gun law to stay in effect, while a legal challenge makes its way through the courts.  WCBS 880 Reporter Steve Burns has more on this story.
12/01/20232 minutes 39 seconds
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FAA System Glitch Froze Airline Departures For Hours. Delays & Cancellations Still An Issue.

Airlines scramble to get their schedules back on track, after an FAA computer crash forced a nationwide ground stop.  There were thousands of delays and cancellations Wednesday.  CBS News Correspondent Kris Van Kleave talked about it on WCBS 880's Afternoon Roundup.    
12/01/20232 minutes 22 seconds
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Long Island Republicans Call For George Santos to Resign

Nassau County's republican party calls on Congressman George Santos to resign.  ...Be he says he won't.  Nassau County Executive Bruce Blakeman talked about Santos on WCBS 880's Afternoon Roundup.  
12/01/20234 minutes 46 seconds
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FAA outage delays hundreds of flights

CBS News travel editor Peter Greenberg explains why the outage is so devastating and how long it could take flights to get back on track. (Photo credit: Getty Images)
11/01/20232 minutes 27 seconds
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The flight paths with the bumpiest rides

Peter Greenberg shares the flights worldwide that experience the most turbulence.
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New NYU Langone Health study focuses on air quality in the NYC subway system

Subway stations near the river tend to have higher pollution levels. David Luglio, doctoral student at the NYU Grossman School of Medicine and the study's lead author, joined WCBS Anchor Mack Rosenberg to discuss some of the findings.
10/01/20234 minutes 37 seconds
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NJ EMT honored for performing lifesaving CPR on a pastor during a wedding

WCBS Reporter Marla Diamond spoke with Valeria Franco, the heroic EMT
10/01/20231 minute 38 seconds
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DOJ looking into documents taken from an office used by President Biden

Axios National Politics Reporter Sophia Cai explains a number of things the Department of Justice is looking for in the documents.
10/01/20233 minutes 47 seconds
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Nassau Co equestrian center shut down due to numerous violations

WCBS Long Island Bureau Chief Sophia Hall has the story.
10/01/20231 minute 33 seconds
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NJ is latest state to remove TikTok from government computers

Cyber security expert Anton Dahbura, the Former Director of the Johns Hopkins University Information Security Institute, spoke with WCBS Reporter Marla Diamond.
10/01/20232 minutes 51 seconds
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Governor Hochul's State of the State focused on housing, mental health, and bail reform

WCBS Reporter Steve Burns has the details.
10/01/20232 minutes 56 seconds
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NY Congressmen calling on House Ethics Committee to investigate George Santos

CBS News Congressional Correspondent Scott MacFarlane spoke with WCBS Anchor Michael Wallace
10/01/20232 minutes 48 seconds
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Asian travelers are starting to travel again

Peter Greenberg explains why flights might be more full
10/01/20231 minute
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There's a Push to Make All Gas Station In Nassau County Full Service

With a rash of carjackings at gas stations in Nassau County. WCBS Long Island Bureau Chief Sophia Hall explores the idea of full service only.
10/01/20231 minute 28 seconds
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Connecticut is Getting Ready to Roll Out Legal Sales of Recreational Marijuana Tuesday

Connecticut joins the weed party tomorrow, opening up cannabis sales to everyone 21 and up at nine shops around the state. WCBS's Steve Burns caught up with 'Fine Fettle' COO Benjamin Zachs, at his dispensary in Stamford.
10/01/20232 minutes 35 seconds
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Rep Nicole Malliotakis Talks About Kevin McCarthy's House Victory

New York Congresswoman Nicole Malliotakis talks to WCBS 880 about the painful process of electing a House speaker.
10/01/20233 minutes 40 seconds
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Where to go whale watching in the US

Peter Greenberg knows just where to go   PHOTO: KENNEBUNKPORT, ME JULY 05: Nick's Chance heads out for a whale watching trip as the Pineapple Ketch heads out for a sail off the coast of Kennebunkport on Tuesday, July 5, 2022. (Staff photo by Gregory Rec/Portland Press Herald via Getty Images)
09/01/20231 minute
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McCarthy gains more support, flipping 14 Republican votes

CBS News Correspondent Steve Dorsey has the latest from Washington, D.C. as voting for Speaker of the House continues
06/01/20232 minutes 39 seconds
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COVID cases on the rise due to new Omicron variant

WCBS Reporter Sean Adams spoke with Dr. Bruce Farber, Chief of Public Health at Northwell Health, who says the new strain does not appear to cause severe illness.
06/01/20231 minute 19 seconds
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Damar Hamlin breathing on his own and talking

Reporter Alan Scaia has the latest on Hamlin's condition from Cincinnati.
06/01/20233 minutes 26 seconds
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Two years since the January 6th Capitol Riot

Connecticut Senator Richard Blumenthal, who was at the Capitol that day, joined WCBS Anchor Steve Scott to recall his experience that day.
06/01/20233 minutes 31 seconds
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Suffolk Co residents receive letters saying they owe taxes they already paid

WCBS Long Island Bureau Chief Sophia Hall spoke with the Suffolk County Comptroller, who blames the county's cyber attack for the recent error.
06/01/20232 minutes 3 seconds
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Authorities release detailed account of Idaho murder investigation

48 Hours Correspondent Peter Van Sant explains the key revelations.
06/01/20233 minutes 35 seconds
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Which airline had the most complaints in 2022?

Peter Greenberg has the who and whyPHOTO: FORT LAUDERDALE, FLORIDA - MAY 16: A Frontier Airlines plane near a Spirit Airlines plane at the Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport on May 16, 2022 in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. JetBlue announced it is taking a hostile position in its effort to acquire Spirit Airlines. Spirit previously rejected a takeover offer from JetBlue, favoring an earlier deal to merge with Frontier airlines. (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)
06/01/20231 minute
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The Latest on Damar Hamlin

Doctors treating Buffalo Bills safety Damar Hamlin say he's made remarkable improvement over the past 24 hours, and appears to be neurologically intact, three days after his heart stopped during the Monday Night Football Game. CBS News Medical Contributor Dr. David Agus has more on his condition with our Steve Scott and Ashok Bhalla. 
05/01/20232 minutes 47 seconds
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NJ Traffic Deaths Hit a 15 Year High

Traffic deaths in New Jersey are at levels not seen in 15 years. WCBS reporter Marla Diamond spoke with Pam Fischer with the Governor's Highway Safety Association.
05/01/20232 minutes 37 seconds
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Biden Toughens Border Restrictions

The Biden administration has announced several changes at the U.S. Mexico border. CBS News Correspondent Steve Dorsey explains the changes with WCBS anchor Ashok Bhalla. 
05/01/20232 minutes 18 seconds
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Record amount of fentanyl seized in NY in 2022

WCBS anchor Steve Scott speaks with Special Narcotics Prosecutor Bridget Brennan about the record number of fentanyl seizures in the city last year, and what is being done to combat the drug epidemic.
05/01/20236 minutes 51 seconds
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Delta will introduce free WiFi on its flights

Peter Greenberg has the scoop on the future of WiFi.
05/01/20231 minute 1 second
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Hoboken Pulls a Proposal to Ban Tourist Helicopters

A plan to curb helicopter noise around the Statue of Liberty and Governor's Island has drawn protest from across the Hudson. Reporter Marla Diamond talked about this on WCBS 880's Afternoon Roundup.
05/01/20232 minutes 23 seconds
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The EU is Cracking Down on META

The European Union is cracking down on social media giant Meta.  C-Net Editor at Large Ian Sherr talks about it on WCBS 880's Afternoon Roundup.
05/01/20233 minutes 25 seconds
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Republican Kevin McCarthy Still Falling Short Votes to Become House Speaker

In Washington, the political battle over choosing a House Speaker is now in its second day.  Republicans still failing to get enough votes for Kevin McCarthy.  Rockland Congressman-Elect Mike Lawler joined us on WCBS 880's Afternoon Roundup.    
04/01/20233 minutes
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The House is Trying Again Today.. to Elect a Speaker.

In a sixth vote, Kevin McCarthy fails to win enough support to become the next House Speaker.  Former Long Island Republican Congressman Peter King talked about this on the WCBS 880 Afternoon Roundup.  
04/01/20235 minutes 3 seconds
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Study Says APP Based For-Hire Vehicles is Cause of NYC Gridlock

Uber and Lyft get the blame for the bulk of the gridlock in Midtown. WCBS' Mack Rosenberg spoke to the author of the study, former Dinkins Administration Transportation Commissioner, Lucius Riccio.
04/01/20232 minutes 44 seconds
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Planning trips around animal migrations

Peter Greenberg with all you need to know
04/01/20231 minute
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U.S. House adjourns until tomorrow after Kevin McCarthy loses three separate votes for Speaker

Washington Post Correspondent Philip Bump joined WCBS Anchors Steve Scott and Michael Wallace to discuss what happened on Capitol Hill today.
04/01/20234 minutes 36 seconds
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CT residents bracing for electric bill hike

At a joint hearing today, lawmakers and regulatory agencies will look for options to limit the price increases. Connecticut State Senator Dr. Saud Anwar says he has concerns about how the state's public utilities conduct business.
03/01/20231 minute 24 seconds
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Paterson, NJ School District reinstates mask mandates for students and staff

WCBS Reporter Marla Diamond has the details from Paterson, where 25,000 students are affected by the mandates.
03/01/20232 minutes 44 seconds
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Long Island Congressman George Santos expected to be sworn in today

Today, at Santos' campaign headquarters in Oyster Bay, Long Island, there was a rally calling for his removal from office. WCBS Long Island Bureau Chief Sophia Hall was there.
03/01/20231 minute 48 seconds
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Bills' Damar Hamlin still in critical condition after collapsing

Dr. Umesh Gidwani, Director of the Cardiac Critical Care Unit at the Mount Sinai Hospital and Professor at the Ichan School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, explains a few potential causes that could have led to Hamlin's on-field medical emergency.
03/01/20233 minutes 18 seconds
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Making sense of different hotel booking options

Peter Greenberg has everything you need to know before your next stay
03/01/20231 minute 1 second
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Guaranteed late arrival on credit cards

Peter Greenberg explains guaranteed late arrival might not mean what you think it does
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The Negative Impact of Post Pandemic Travel

Peter Greenberg explains the effects the pandemic had on U.S savings rates.
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Founder of Marshall Project suggests Rikers Island as location for city casino

Neil Barsky, founder of the Marshall Project, former hedge funder and Wall Street gaming analyst, is making his case in today's New York Times. He shared his perspective with WCBS Anchor Paul Murnane. (Michael M. Santiago/Getty Images)
29/12/20225 minutes 35 seconds
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Federal and state prosecutors investigating Congressman-elect George Santos

Washington Post Reporter Azi Paybarah spoke with our Paul Murnane about the ongoing investigations.
29/12/20224 minutes 17 seconds
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The benefits of booking one-way flights

Peter Greenberg explains the intricacies of traveling with one-way tickets.
29/12/20221 minute
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First NYC Weed Dispensary Opens Tomorrow

New York's first recreational pot dispensary opens tomorrow (Thursday, December 28th) in lower Manhattan, at 4:20 in the afternoon.  Sasha Nutgent Store Manager of Housing Works Cannabis Co. spoke about it on WCBS 880.
29/12/20223 minutes 11 seconds
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Road death numbers dropping worldwide — except in the U.S.

Peter Greenberg with the statistics
26/12/20221 minute
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Rapid drop in temperatures the biggest concern after heavy precipitation

WCBS Meteorologist Bob Larson has the latest storm details from the weather center.
23/12/20221 minute 42 seconds
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Arctic blast sends wind chills below -40 in Sioux Falls, SD

Brian Allen, of Dakota News Now, speaks with Steve Scott from Sioux Falls, South Dakota, where temps were -17 degrees and wind chills below -40 on Friday amid blizzard conditions. A massive winter storm is impacting a large swath of the nation, from the Midwest to the Northeast, ahead of Christmas. (Photo credit: Argus Leader-USA TODAY NETWORK)
23/12/20223 minutes 35 seconds
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Tips on how to fix an error on your travel information

Peter Greenberg has everything you need to fix a travel information error.
23/12/20221 minute 1 second
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What to do with an airport layover

Peter Greenberg shares some airports that offer unique experiences 
22/12/20221 minute 1 second
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Mayor Adams Asks City Council to Give Money to Help Migrant Crisis

Almost everyone in the New York City Council is pushing back on a new request from Mayor Eric Adams, to dip into dollars set aside for non-profits to help with the surge of migrants. WCBS's Steve Burns talked about it on 880's Afternoon Roundup.
21/12/20222 minutes 57 seconds
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Ukraine's President Volodymyr Zelensky Goes to Washington D.C.

CBS News Correspondent Pam Falk was a guest on WCBS 880's Afternoon Roundup.  She talked about what Ukraine's President Volodymyr Zelensky hopes to accomplish on his trip to the U.S. today.
21/12/20222 minutes 53 seconds
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Zelensky to Speak to Joint Session of Congress Tonight

The U.S. has provided more than $65 billion in total aid to Ukraine and the senate is considering another $45 billion as part of the Omnibus Spending Package. Ukraine's President Volodymyr Zelensky is in Washington today. He'll speak to a joint session of congress this (Wednesday) evening. CBS News Military Analyst Jeff McCausland tells us more about Zelensky's visit.      
21/12/20222 minutes 32 seconds
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A Winter Storm Will Effect Christmas Holiday Weekend & Travel Plans

The sunny weather we experienced today (Wednesday) will take a windy, rainy turn tomorrow. That's bad news if you have a flight. We talked with CBS News Travel Editor Peter Greenberg.
21/12/20222 minutes 45 seconds
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Dr. Fauci reflects on pandemic as he wraps up half-century career in public health

After a more than 50-year career in public health, Dr. Anthony Fauci, 81, will step down as the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID). He spoke with Steve Scott about what he has planned after becoming the face of the U.S. government's COVID-19 response. (Photo credit: SAUL LOEB/AFP via Getty Images)
21/12/202214 minutes 59 seconds
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What you should bring when flying alone with kids

Peter Greenberg has exactly what you need
21/12/20221 minute
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FTC Deepening Probe Into Twitter's Privacy & Data Security

The U.S. Federal Trade Commission is deepening its probe into Twitter's privacy and data security practices.  Bloomberg's Kurt Wagner talked about it on WCBS 880's Afternoon Roundup.
21/12/20222 minutes 54 seconds
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Congress Struggles to Finalize $1.7 Trillion Plan Amid Government Shutdown Threat

Congress is putting the finishing touches on a giant spending bill. It does not include money for the 9/11 Health Fund.  But it does include TikTok ban by federal employees.. CBS News Correspondent Scott MacFarlane tells us more.    
21/12/20223 minutes 46 seconds
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Getting out of the airport during your layover

Peter Greenberg says there's more to do then just waiting at the airport
20/12/20221 minute 1 second
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Jan. 6 Committee Refers Criminal Charges Against Donald Trump

Legal Analyst Joey Jackson.
20/12/20224 minutes
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Tripledemic Blamed for Shortage of Fever Fighting Meds for Kids

Go to store shelves and you will see a shortage of children's fever reduction and over the counter cold and cough medicines. So what should a parent do?  Sophia Hall has the story.
20/12/20221 minute 26 seconds
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Is GOP Congressman-Elect George Santos a Fraud?

The New York Times reports the newly elected Congressman George Santos lied about most of his resume. Sophia Hall has the story.
20/12/20221 minute 51 seconds
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January 6 Committe Unanimously Vote to Refer Trump to DOJ for Criminal Prosecution

The House January 6th committee recommends that 4 criminal charges be brought against former President Donald Trump.  CBS News Congressional Correspondent Scott MacFarlane talked about the new development on WCBS 880's Afternoon Roundup.
20/12/20223 minutes 23 seconds
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Jan. 6th Committee holds final public meeting

CBS News Congressional Correspondent Scott MacFarlane has a preview of what to expect from the meeting this afternoon
19/12/20222 minutes 50 seconds
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NYC still recovering from pandemic recession

Greg David, of TheCity.NYC, explains what to expect from the city's economy next year.
19/12/20223 minutes 30 seconds
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"Investments," "inflation," and "interest rates" some of the major themes of 2022

CBS News Business Analyst Jill Schlesinger explains the biggest financial lessons learned this year
19/12/20222 minutes 6 seconds
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REAL ID enforcement deadline delayed until May 2025

Details from CBS News Travel Editor Peter Greenberg
19/12/20221 minute
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Sea turtle rescue underway on Long Island

WCBS Reporter Sophia Hall spoke with Maxine Montello of the New York Marine Rescue Center about these very ill turtles who never swam south for winter.
16/12/20221 minute 31 seconds
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Elon Musk bans a number of journalists on Twitter

CNET Editor at Large Ian Sherr explains the rationale behind Musk's latest move.
16/12/20223 minutes 9 seconds
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Gov. Hochul vetoes bill to limit NYC helicopter traffic

WCBS Reporter Steve Burns explains the "Stop the Chop" Bill and why it may have been vetoed.
16/12/20223 minutes 5 seconds
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21-year FDNY veteran succumbs to critical injuries, family donating organs

The FDNY mourns the loss of Firefighter William Moon, who suffered a head injury after a 20-foot fall Monday afternoon at Rescue Company 2 in Brooklyn. Marla Diamond has the details from City Hall.
16/12/20222 minutes 37 seconds
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What's new in thousands of JFK assassination docs released by National Archives?

The National Archives released more than 13,000 previously classified documents Thursday on the 1963 assassination of President John F. Kennedy. Have we learned anything new from them? Steve Scott speaks with presidential historian and author Dr. Lindsay Chervinsky. (Photo credit: National Archive/Newsmakers)
16/12/20225 minutes 30 seconds
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5G connectivity coming to flights

Peter Greenberg has the timeline on when passengers will be able to make calls and use the internet on planes.
16/12/20221 minute
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Most expensive cities to live in 2022

Peter Greenberg with where it costs the most to settle down
15/12/20221 minute 1 second
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The Fed Raises Interest Rates.. Again

As Expected the Fed raises a key interest rate by 0.5%. Bloomberg Reporter Jonnelle Marte talks about it on WCBS 880's Afternoon Roundup.  
14/12/20222 minutes 16 seconds
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Lawmakers Propose a Funding Model for the MTA That Avoids Fare Increases

A new package of bills aims to fix the MTA once and for all as it faces a massive budget gap and a drop in riders. WCBS's Steve Burns is on Manhattan's West Side.
14/12/20223 minutes 1 second
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Which airline got the most complaints this year?

Peter Greenberg has the list.
14/12/20221 minute 1 second
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Correction Officials in the Hot Seat After Another Rikers Inmate Death

Rikers Island leaders are pointing to progress trying to turn around Rikers Island. But activists still say the latest death there is another sign that big changes are needed. WCBS's Steve Burns is at City Hall.
14/12/20222 minutes 54 seconds
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Is the Worst of Inflation Finally Behind Us?

Inflation continues to cool. Consumer prices rose a better than expected 7.1% in November.  Bloomberg Reporter Reade Pickert talked about it on WCBS 880's Afternoon Roundup.
14/12/20222 minutes 33 seconds
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Government Shutdown a Possible Threat This Christmas

If congress can't reach a deal the government will shut down Friday at midnight. CBS News Congressional Correspondent Scott MacFarlane.
14/12/20223 minutes 8 seconds
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FTX Hearing & Arrest Serves As Warning for Crypto Investors

Congress holds a hearing on the collapse of the crypto-exchange FTX..While the company's founder is in jail on fraud charges. Wall Street Journal's Alexander Saeedy talks about this on WCBS 880's Afternoon Roundup.
13/12/20223 minutes 48 seconds
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Airlines with the most on time arrivals

Peter Greenberg has the newest data
13/12/20221 minute 1 second
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Break Through in Clean Energy to Be Announced By U.S.

The federal government is about to announce a fusion energy breakthrough by U.S. scientists. It's boosting hopes of clean power in the future. Will Wade is an energy writer and editor at Bloomberg...He spoke with our Budd Mishkin.
13/12/20222 minutes 40 seconds
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Governor Hochul Takes a New Step to Fight Anti-Semitism

Today NY Governor Kathy Hochul announced a new task force to combat the rise in anti-semitism in New York, and across the nation. WCBS Reporter Marla Diamond attended a meeting of Jewish leaders where the governor, the mayor, and other elected officials spoke.
13/12/20222 minutes 11 seconds
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NYS Could Soon Join List Of States Banning TikTok

A new bill would make New York the latest state to ban TikTok on government phones. WCBS's Steve Burns has more.
12/12/20222 minutes 2 seconds
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880 INTERVIEW: NJ man whose brother was killed in Pan Am 103, reacts to suspect being in US custody

WCBS 880's Steve Scott speaks with Bert Ammerman (pictured) of River Vale, NJ, who lost his brother, Tom, in the Pam Am Flight 103 terror attack. Bert talks about the latest developments and what comes next in the investigation, and tells us a little about his brother Tom, who died in the Lockerbie bombing.PHOTO CREDIT: Bert Ammerman, American families representative, gives a news conference after attending Morning Service at Holy Trinity Church Lockerbie to mark the 10th Anniversary of the Air Disaster. * 30/01/2001: Three judges will be returning to court 31/01/2001 in Camp Zeist in Holland to announce the fate of the two Libyans accused of planting the bomb that destroyed a Pan-Am Boing 747 over Lockerbie in December 1998. (Photo by Chris Bacon - PA Images/PA Images via Getty Images)
12/12/20226 minutes 39 seconds
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Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm expected to make major announcement

Will Wade, energy writer and editor at Bloomberg, details what to expect from tomorrow's announcement regarding fusion energy
12/12/20223 minutes
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Alaska Airlines launches electronic bag tag program

Peter Greenberg explains the process
12/12/20221 minute
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European Destinations Offering Free Ground Transportation

Peter Greenberg explains Europe's climate-friendly response to air pollution. 
09/12/20221 minute 1 second
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What happens if a late flight causes you to miss your cruise?

Peter Greenberg has tips on how to avoid missing your cruise
08/12/20221 minute 1 second
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December 7th, 1941: "a date which will live in infamy"

100-year-old Gabe Vitalone from New Jersey recalls hearing about the Pearl Harbor attack on the radio.
07/12/20221 minute 24 seconds
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Push on Capitol Hill to allow banks to service marijuana businesses

Bloomberg's Nathan Dean has the details. He spoke with anchors Steve Scott and Michael Wallace 
07/12/20223 minutes 11 seconds
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Health experts fear "triple-demic" as COVID, flu, and RSV cases rise

WCBS Reporter Steve Burns has the details on current health concerns, as well as Governor Hochul's stance on the MTA's proposed fare increase
07/12/20222 minutes 54 seconds
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Aaron Judge reportedly signs $360M contract with Yankees

WCBS Sports Anchor Brad Heller spoke with WFAN Yankees Beat Reporter Sweeny Murti
07/12/20222 minutes 31 seconds
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Service held for Yonkers police sergeant killed in on-duty crash last week

WCBS Reporter Sean Adams attended Det. Sgt. Frank Gualdino's funeral
07/12/20223 minutes 40 seconds
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Low fare flights to Paris and Europe

Peter Greenberg has your best deals to fly across the pond
07/12/20221 minute 1 second
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Justice Dept Special Counsel Issues First Known Subpoenas in January 6 Capitol Attack

CBS News Correspondent Scott MacFarlane
07/12/20222 minutes 51 seconds
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Port Authority Works on Projects Designed to Keep Region Moving

Improvements are coming at the Port Authority's Hudson River crossings. Including the elimination of all cash tolls.  WCBS Afternoon Roundup Host Steve Scott spoke about the improvements with 880 Report Marla Diamond.
07/12/20222 minutes 10 seconds
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New Report Recommends NJ Start Using Speed Cameras to Keep Roads Safer

A new report says New Jersey needs speed cameras, to reduce highway traffic deaths. Current law in the state prohibits speed cameras.  WCBS Reporter Steve Burns has more on this story.  
07/12/20222 minutes 53 seconds
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Fake reviews are common on Amazon: Here's what Sen. Blumenthal is doing --

Nearly half of the product reviews you'll see on Amazon are fake or intentionally misleading. Sen. Richard Blumenthal (D-CT) of the Senate Commerce Committee has written a letter to Amazon, calling on the company to do a better job of policing its reviews and to crack down on fakes.
06/12/20224 minutes 13 seconds
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Airlines with unlimited travel passes

Peter Greenberg explains what this perk really costs
06/12/20221 minute 1 second
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Supreme Court Case Pits LGBTQ Rights Against Free Speech Claims

The Supreme Court hears a christian website designer's challenge of a Colorado law that requires her to create wedding websites for same-sex couples. Bloomber Law's Senior Reporter Lydia Wheeler talked about the case with WCBS 880 Anchor Steve Scott.  
06/12/20222 minutes 50 seconds
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New Bail Reform Bill in NJ Would Keep Suspects in Jail Longer

A new bill in Trenton would keep more people behind bars as they await trial. The details from WCBS Reporter Steve Burns.    
06/12/20221 minute
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The "Torso Killer" Confesses to More Murders on Long Island

The so-called torso killer has pleaded guilty to five murders on Long Island 50 years ago. WCBS Reporter Sophia Hall has more from Mineola.    
06/12/20222 minutes 33 seconds
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Corruption Charges Against Former NY Lt. Gov Brian Benjamin Have Been Dropped

Corruption and bribery charges are being dismissed against disgraced former New York Lieutenant Governor Brian Benjamin. WCBS's Steve Burns has more.  
06/12/20221 minute 56 seconds
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Mets reportedly reach 2-year deal with Justin Verlander, Cy Young award-winner

Mets play-by-play announcer Wayne Randazzo spoke with anchor Mack Rosenberg about this development, which comes just days after Jacob deGrom's departure from the team.
05/12/20224 minutes 26 seconds
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Time for year-end financial planning

CBS News Business Analyst Jill Schlesinger has some tips as 2023 looms nearer
05/12/20223 minutes 12 seconds
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Expect ATM fees when withdrawing internationally

Peter Greenberg explains why to avoid ATMs when traveling abroad
05/12/20221 minute
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Jacob deGrom signs 5-year deal with Texas Rangers

Voice of the Mets on WCBS 880 Howie Rose spoke with anchor Ashok Bhalla about the move
03/12/20223 minutes 5 seconds
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"REAL ID" will soon be required for US travel

WCBS Reporter Marla Diamond spoke with Queens State Senator John Liu, who sits on the transportation committee.
02/12/20221 minute 30 seconds
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Paul Whelan, American detained in Russia, makes unexpected contact with family

David Whelan, Paul's brother, spoke with WCBS Anchor Steve Scott about the phone call.PHOTO: WASHINGTON, DC - JULY 29: U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken attends a news conference after meeting with top Japanese Ministers at the U.S. State Department on July 29, 2022 in Washington, DC. Blinken said that he had a phone call with Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov and urged the Kremlin to accept a substantial proposal that the Biden administration has put forward for the release of Americans Paul Whelan and Brittany Griner, who are both held in Russian custody. (Photo by Drew Angerer/Getty Images)
02/12/20223 minutes 8 seconds
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Alex Jones files for bankruptcy, following order to pay over a billion dollars to Sandy Hook families

Details from CBS News Legal Analyst Thane RosenbaumPHOTO: WATERBURY, CONNECTICUT - SEPTEMBER 21: InfoWars founder Alex Jones speaks to the media outside Waterbury Superior Court during his trial on September 21, 2022 in Waterbury, Connecticut. Jones is being sued by several victims' families for causing emotional and psychological harm after they lost their children in the Sandy Hook massacre. A Texas jury last month ordered Jones to pay $49.3 million to the parents of 6-year-old Jesse Lewis, one of 26 students and teachers killed in the shooting in Newtown, Connecticut. (Photo by Joe Buglewicz/Getty Images)
02/12/20222 minutes 47 seconds
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New NJ bill would require adults on bikes, scooters, and mopeds to wear helmets

WCBS Reporter Steve Burns spoke with the lawmaker behind this bill.
02/12/20222 minutes 50 seconds
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House Jan. 6th Committee to release findings by end of year

The Committee met today ahead of the release. CBS News Investigative Correspondent Catherine Herridge has the details.PHOTO: WASHINGTON, D.C. - October 13 : President Donald Trump is seen on the screen as the House select committee investigating the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol holds a hearing on Capitol Hill on Thursday, October 13, 2022 in Washington, DC. (Photo by Jabin Botsford/The Washington Post via Getty Images)
02/12/20222 minutes 39 seconds
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TRAVELING OVERSEAS? These are the vaccines needed

Peter Greenberg recommending listeners to be aware of essential vaccines needed for overseas travel. PHOTO: Timothy Fadek/Bloomberg via Getty Images
02/12/20221 minute 1 second
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YANKEE, LEAVE HOME: Americans head overseas as US dollar gains strength

Peter Greenberg says this is the time for international travelPHOTO: A departures board with European routes departing from Terminal 7 at John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) in New York, U.S., on Monday, Sept 27, 2021. The U.S. will soon allow entry to most foreign air travelers as long as they're fully vaccinated against Covid-19 -- while adding a testing requirement for unvaccinated Americans and barring entry for foreigners who haven't gotten shots. Photographer: Angus Mordant/Bloomberg via Getty Images
01/12/20221 minute
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The Fed Could Begin to Slow Its Interest Rate Hikes As Early As December

Stocks surged following new indications from the Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell - the central bank may take a more moderate approach to reining in inflation.
01/12/20223 minutes 4 seconds
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Massive Budget Deficit Has MTA Considering Steep Fare Increases for 2023

Transit riders in New York could be looking at even steeper fare increases next year as the MTA tries to dig out of a massive budget deficit.  WCBS Reporter Steve Burns talked about it on the Afternoon Roundup.   . 
01/12/20222 minutes 56 seconds
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TRAVEL: Need a wake-up call? Ditch the front desk for an app

Peter Greenberg making sure you get up on time while travelingPHOTO: GETTY IMAGES
30/11/20221 minute
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Mayor Adams Says NYC Will Involuntarily Hospitalize Mentally Ill

Adams administration could force New Yorkers with mental Illness into treatment, whether they want it or not.      
30/11/20222 minutes 37 seconds
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TRAVELING WITH MEDS? Download apps to remind you when to take them

Peter Greenberg with a helpful listPHOTO CREDIT: Colorful Pills scattered from white plastic pill bottle on blue background. Shallow DOF (Getty Images)
29/11/20221 minute
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Crime and Bail Reform Still Big Topics in NY

More from WCBS Reporter Steve Burns.    
29/11/20223 minutes 1 second
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Unrest in China Over Covid Could Make it Tough to Buy An iPhone

China's covid restrictions could slow the manufacture of iPhones. Bloomberg's Ed Ludlow joined Michael Wallace and Steve Scott on the afternoon roundup.
29/11/20222 minutes 49 seconds
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SCOTUS Weighs In On Prosecuting Public Officials For Corruption

The U.S. Supreme Court is considering two cases out of Manhattan that could make it harder to pursue public corruption prosecutions. The cases involve contracts worth hundreds of millions of dollars the state awarded during the Cuomo era. CBS News Legal Analyst Thane Rosenbaum explains...
29/11/20223 minutes 6 seconds
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BLACK FRIDAY 2022: More people shopped in-store than last year

Greg David, of The City has the details on store traffic and sales statistics.PHOTO: Black Friday shoppers walk in Manhattan's Herald Square in New York on Nov. 25, 2022. (Barry Williams/New York Daily News/Tribune News Service via Getty Images)
28/11/20222 minutes 43 seconds
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CARES Act charitable benefits have ended after 2 years

CBS News Business Analyst Jill Schlesinger has the detailsPHOTO: WASHINGTON, DC - NOVEMBER 30:Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell testifies before a Senate Banking Committee hearing on the CARES Act Oversight at the Senate Office Building on Tuesday, Nov. 30, 2021 in Washington, DC. (Kent Nishimura / Los Angeles Times via Getty Images)
28/11/20222 minutes 27 seconds
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TRAVEL: Last year, $10B worth of flight credits expired

Peter Greenberg explains possible changes to flight refundsPHOTO: Joshua Lott/Getty Images
28/11/20221 minute
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Economic Tsunami Is Headed To NYC

NYC Mayor Eric Adams presses ahead with more budget cuts, including the elimination of half of all vacant positions. WCBS Reporter Steve Burns talked about it on the afternoon roundup.  
23/11/20222 minutes 38 seconds
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Gricklock Sam Says Car Free 5th Ave During Holidays is Great Idea

WCBS 880's Steve Scott spoke with former New York City Traffic Commissioner Gridlock Sam Schwartz about the Mayor's Plan to close parts of 5th Avenue to Traffic on Sundays in December, Thanksgiving holiday travel, and the dangers of parking on Black Friday.    
22/11/20227 minutes 23 seconds
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Here's who to ask for recommendation when traveling to a new city

Peter Greenberg explains who's really in the knowPHOTO: People walk past tourist bazaars in the old market area of Egypt's Red Sea resort city of Sharm el-Sheikh during the COP27 climate conference on November 19, 2022. (Photo by AHMAD GHARABLI / AFP) (Photo by AHMAD GHARABLI/AFP via Getty Images)
22/11/20221 minute 1 second
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Team Effort Stopped Plot to Attack Manhattan Synagogue

City officials say a coordinated effort stopped a plot to attack a Manhattan synagogue and led to the arrest the 2 men now accused of planning it. WCBS Reporter Marla Diamond spoke to former NYPD Intelligence Analysis Director Mitchell Silber who is now the executive director of the Community Security Initiative. They found the threat on 21-year- old Christopher Brown's twitter feed and alerted the FBI.
22/11/20222 minutes 41 seconds
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NYS Begins Awarding Licenses to Sell Recreational Marijuana

New York has approved its first batch of retail licenses to sell marijuana. WCBS' Steve Burns reports the legal pot market should be up and running in the next few weeks. 
21/11/20223 minutes
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Wait, what? One pilot in the cockpit of an airplane?

Airlines and regulators are pushing to have just one pilot in the cockpit of passenger jets, instead of two. WCBS 880's Steve Scott spoke with CBS News Travel Editor Peter Greenberg.PHOTO: Deltal planes are seen at terminal 4 at JFK International airport at JFK International airport in New York on December 22, 2020. - Passengers flying from Britain to New York with British Airways or Delta will have to first test negative for coronavirus, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo announced Monday. The airlines agreed to the measures over growing concerns about the fast-spreading variant of Covid-19 that has prompted more than two dozen countries to suspend flights from the UK. (Photo by Kena Betancur / AFP) (Photo by KENA BETANCUR/AFP via Getty Images)
21/11/20223 minutes 40 seconds
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Would you pay a premium for a good table in a busy restaurant?

Steve Scott spoke via Zoom with TABLZ CEO Frazer Nagy.PHOTO: NEW YORK, NY - OCTOBER 1: Atmosphere at Operation Warrior Shield Luncheon Benefiting Operation Canine Companion at Patsy's Italian Restaurant of New York on October 1, 2022 in New York City. (Photo by Michael Ostuni/Patrick McMullan via Getty Images)
21/11/202210 minutes 13 seconds
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Thanksgiving 2022 might be a little different

Paul Murnane talks with Stew Leonard
21/11/20225 minutes 52 seconds
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Massive freight rail strike might be on the way

Bloomberg Labor reporter Ian Kullgren
21/11/20223 minutes 49 seconds
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TECH LAYOFFS: Meta, Twitter, Amazon -- which company is next?

The City's Greg DavidPHOTO:  CFOTO/Future Publishing via Getty Images
21/11/20222 minutes 35 seconds
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Student loan debt cancellation in jeopardy

CBS News Business Analyst Jill Schlesinger PHOTO: WASHINGTON, DC - AUGUST 25: Student loan debt activists rally outside the White House a day after President Biden announced a plan that would cancel $10,000 in student loan debt for those making less than $125,000 a year in Washington, DC, on August 25, 2022. (Photo by Craig Hudson for The Washington Post via Getty Images)
21/11/20223 minutes 7 seconds
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Impact of airlines cutting routes

Peter Greenberg lays out what you need to know before booking your next flightPHOTO: Inside the gate hall area of Terminal 1, waiting rooms, gates, seats, toilets, shops, duty-free, lounges with glass windows, chairs and airplanes at JFK / KJFK John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York City, USA. JFK is one of the biggest airports in the world with 4 runways and 8 terminals, the busiest international air passenger gateway in US. NY, United States of America (Photo by Nicolas Economou/NurPhoto via Getty Images)
21/11/20221 minute
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JULIET PAPA SPEAKS WITH NYPD'S KENNETH COREY: Professional Criminals, Bail Reform & Retirement

New York City has a problem with repeat offenders. We heard from NYPD Chief of Department Kenneth Corey about one specific case.  Juliet Papa has more.NEW YORK, NY - OCTOBER 24: The New York Police Department increased officer presence by approximately 1,200 additional overtime officer shifts each day on the subway to keep people safe after New York Governor Kathy Hochul and New York City Mayor Eric Adams on Saturday, Oct. 19, announced a plan to increase the presence of police officers in the transit system in New York City, New York on October 24, 2022. (Photo by Lokman Vural Elibol/Anadolu Agency via Getty Images)
19/11/20223 minutes 17 seconds
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U.S. Attorney General Names Special Counsel for Trump Probe

Attorney General Merrick Garland names a special counsel to oversee two criminal investigations involving Donald Trump. Legal Analyst Joey Jackson spoke about this new development on WCBS 880's afternoon roundup.
19/11/20222 minutes 36 seconds
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THE 'DEAN OF OIL' SAYS WE COULD SEE $2 BY JANUARY

Oil analyst Tom Kloza, at the Oil Price Information Service, has some good news about gas prices—they're dropping rapidly as we head into the holidays, and they'll continue to fall for the foreseeable future. Kloza told Steve Scott that gas could be consistently in the $2s in the New York City area by January. (Photo credit: Spencer Platt/Getty Images)
18/11/20222 minutes 38 seconds
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There are a lot of frustrated Taylor Swift fans

Washington Post business reporter Julian Mark
18/11/20223 minutes 24 seconds
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Are you thinking of 2024 yet?

"Face the Nation" moderator Margaret Brennan
18/11/20223 minutes 10 seconds
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Some airlines are testing out free and faster WIFI

Peter Greenberg tells you ow you can get it
18/11/20221 minute
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Best days to book your airline tickets and fly

Peter Greenberg has the when and why
17/11/20221 minute
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Long Island bookstore re-opening just in time for the holidays

Owner Mallory Braun spoke with WCBS Reporter Sophia Hall
16/11/20223 minutes 6 seconds
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Accusations still flying about Democrats' poor performance in NY midterm elections

WCBS Reporter Steve Burns heard from Governor Hochul in Yonkers — who said she's not to blame
16/11/20222 minutes 34 seconds
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City reaches deal with NYCFC to build new soccer stadium in Queens

Juliet Papa has the details
16/11/20223 minutes 16 seconds
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Airlines are making more money on ancillary fees

Peter Greenberg has the rundown
16/11/20221 minute
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LI Residents Unhappy LIRR Cut Down Trees Near Tracks By Their homes

Some Suffolk County homeowners blast the MTA for cutting down too many trees, allowing more train noise.. and rats. WCBS 880 Reporter Sophia Hall has more on this story.  
16/11/20222 minutes 21 seconds
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MTA Still Below Pre-Pandemic Levels & Nearing Fiscal Cliff

Lawmakers are starting to think about how they want to tackle the massive financial issues on the horizon for the MTA. WCBS's Steve Burns has more.      
15/11/20222 minutes 50 seconds
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Russian Missiles Crossed Into NATO Member Poland.. Killing Residents

The U.S. says Russian missiles were fired into a Polish village near the border with Ukraine, killing two people. CBS News Correspondent Pamela Falk spoke about the incident on WCBS 880's afternoon roundup.
15/11/20223 minutes 41 seconds
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Six airlines have been fined millions of dollars

CBS News Travel Editor Peter Greenberg
15/11/20222 minutes 33 seconds
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Ukraine major focus at the G-20 Summit

CBS News White House Correspondent Steven Portnoy
15/11/20222 minutes 30 seconds
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Airports with the most and least delays

Peter Greenberg has the lists
15/11/20221 minute
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Amazon Layoffs Are Coming

Bloomberg Reporter Matt Day on WCBS 880's Afternoon Roundup.
15/11/20222 minutes 13 seconds
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University of Virginia Shooter Arrested

A former University of Virginia football player in custody for a mass shooting where current team members were targeted. CBS News Correspondent Dori Zook spoke about it on the WCBS 880 Afternoon Roundup.
15/11/20222 minutes 44 seconds
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High Rent Causing NYC'S Housing Voucher Program to Get a Facelift

Homeless New Yorkers might have an easier time getting into an apartment, with some new changes to the city's voucher program. WCBS's Steve Burns is at City Hall.
15/11/20222 minutes 48 seconds
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Housing to be a key issue once NY legislature reconvenes

Greg David, with TheCity.NYC, explains on WCBS 880
14/11/20223 minutes 2 seconds
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President Biden meets with Chinese President Xi Jinping at G20 Summit in Bali

CBS News White House Correspondent Steven Portnoy is in Bali with the President
14/11/20223 minutes 14 seconds
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Holocaust survivor won't give up on mission to educate

The Mark Schonwetter Holocaust Education Foundation gives schools grant money for education. WCBS Reporter Mack Rosenberg spoke with Schonwetter and his daughter, who helps run the foundation.
14/11/20221 minute 58 seconds
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New forecast from Goldman Sachs says inflation will drop significantly next year

Details from CBS News Business Analyst Jill Schlesinger
14/11/20222 minutes 13 seconds
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Two codes to look for on your boarding pass

CBS News Travel Editor Peter Greenberg explains what they are and what they mean
14/11/20221 minute
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Remnants of Nicole to bring heavy wind and rain to tri-state overnight

WCBS Chief Meteorologist Craig Allen is tracking the storm
11/11/20222 minutes 49 seconds
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City to close Randall's Island migrant center three weeks after opening

WCBS Reporter Marla Diamond spoke with Legal Aid Society Attorney Kathryn Kiff, who is helping asylum seekers with their cases.
11/11/20223 minutes 2 seconds
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Student debt forgiveness program no longer taking applications after federal judge declared it unlawful

More details from Bloomberg Reporter Akayla Gardner
11/11/20222 minutes 57 seconds
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NYC embarking on redesign of Grand Army Plaza

WCBS Reporter Steve Burns caught up with safe streets activist Doug Gordon
11/11/20222 minutes 42 seconds
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Changes at Twitter create uncertain financial future

Washington Post technology policy reporter Cat  Zakrzewski reports on Twitter's possible bankruptcy and the crop of fake accounts that have popped up in the wake of Twitter's new verification system.
11/11/20223 minutes 5 seconds
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New voters create uncertainty in still undecided races across the nation

CBS News Chief Washington correspondent Major Garrett talks about how record turnout complicates the results of elections where votes are still being counted.
11/11/20223 minutes 1 second
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Most Americans want to travel despite inflation

Peter Greenberg talks new research that shows the majority of Americans want to travel even thought it's more expensive and how they're making it fit their budget.
11/11/20221 minute
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Midterm Takeaways: the country is divided, candidate quality matters, and Donald Trump remains a key factor

CBS News Political Analyst Leonard Steinhorn explains some patterns that have emerged since Tuesday's midterm elections
10/11/20223 minutes 38 seconds
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Consumer Price Index shows inflation falling to 7.7% from a year ago

Barron's Economics and Policy Reporter Megan Cassella explains the slowdown
10/11/20223 minutes 37 seconds
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New York City the number one Thanksgiving destination

Peter Greenberg has the list of places most popular for holiday travel
10/11/20221 minute
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New Jersey midterm election reaction

New Jersey's Governor Phil Murphy
09/11/20224 minutes 29 seconds
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Rattiest cities in the United States

Peter Greenberg explains where and why
09/11/20221 minute
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Lee Zeldin makes his final pitch to NY voters to elect a Republican governor

The Republican nominee for governor talks how he wants to "save the state" by flipping it red.
08/11/202212 minutes 27 seconds
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Governor Hochul tells voters why they should elect her to a four year term

Guns, the economy, and abortion are top of mind for Governor Kathy Hochul on Election Day,
08/11/202211 minutes 5 seconds
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Malliotakis stresses crime and New York's infrastructure on Election Day

The incumbent congresswoman of New York's 11th district makes her final pitch to voters.
08/11/202230 seconds
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11TH Congressional District Race

Democrat Max Rose
08/11/20223 minutes 37 seconds
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CBS Election Desk preview

CBS News White House Correspondent Steven Portnoy
08/11/20222 minutes 20 seconds
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The happiest countries in the world

Peter Greenberg has the latest list
08/11/20221 minute
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Huge economic repercussions in New York's Governor race

The City's Greg David
07/11/20223 minutes 16 seconds
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Twitter is hitting the pause button

Bloomberg's Molly Schuetz
07/11/20223 minutes 5 seconds
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Election Day is just hours away with a lot at stake for both parties

CBS News White House Correspondent Steven Portnoy
07/11/20221 minute 49 seconds
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Why you shouldn’t change your discounted ticket

Peter Greenberg explains some possible costs to saving
07/11/20221 minute
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This year marks the 51st annual New York City Marathon

Cherie from Australia, who ran the New York City Marathon for the first time today, spoke with WCBS Reporter Kristie Keleshian at the starting line before the race.
06/11/20222 minutes 38 seconds
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Rutgers Mens BB Coach Steve Pikiell - "Excited About Our Partnership" With 880!

The NEW home of Rutgers basketball is WCBS 880. Men's Head Basketball Coach Steve Pikiell joined WCBS's Sports Director Brad Heller to talk about the new partnership and what's in store for the Scarlet Knights as they look to try and make another NCAA tournament for the third straight year. 
04/11/202210 minutes 59 seconds
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Twitter began widespread layoffs under new owner Elon Musk

CNET Editor at Large Ian Sherr has the details
04/11/20222 minutes 29 seconds
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Stonewall Inn Gives Back Initiative creates "safe spaces" for LGBTQ and non-binary communities

WCBS Reporter Marla Diamond spoke to Stacey Lentz, co-owner of the Stonewall Inn and creator of the Stonewall Inn Gives Back Initiative ahead of the New York City Marathon this weekend.
04/11/20222 minutes 21 seconds
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Governor Hochul maintains that congestion pricing will happen on her watch

Governor Hochul spoke with WCBS 880's Steve Scott about congestion pricing and more.
04/11/20222 minutes 51 seconds
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Man who made threats against synagogues in NJ identified and taken into custody.

More from Glenn Schuck in Teaneck, at Congregation Rinat Yisrael Synagogue
04/11/20222 minutes 17 seconds
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Hiring is up but economic anxiety remains

CBS News Business Analyst Jill Schlesinger joins us to talk about the direction the economy is headed and why Americans are still nervous about a recession.
04/11/20223 minutes 59 seconds
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Labor market stronger than expected

Jeffry Bartash from Marketwatch joins us to explain how the latest jobs numbers might be contributing to inflation.
04/11/20221 minute 45 seconds
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Former President Trump hints he'll run again in 2024

CBS News Chief Washington Correspondent Major Garrett joins us to talk about how the midterms might affect Trump's 2024 campaign and the possibility of Republicans winning control of the House and Senate.
04/11/20223 minutes 45 seconds
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The economy is top of mind for voters this midterm election

CBS News Chief Foreign Affairs Correspondent and Face the Nation moderator Margaret Brennan talks the key issues for the midterm election and what the next two years might look like if Republicans win control of the legislature.
04/11/20222 minutes 22 seconds
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Where are Americans traveling the most?

CBS News Travel Editor Peter Greenberg reveals the busiest airline routes in the US.
04/11/20221 minute
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The FED signals it's not done yet with interest rate hikes

CNBC Senior Economic reporter Steve Liesman
03/11/20222 minutes 31 seconds
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Most educated countries

Peter Greenberg has the rankings
03/11/20221 minute 1 second
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One NJ Legislator is Trying to Stop Stolen Cars from Being Shipped Out of U.S.

North Jersey Congressman Josh Gottheimer is calling on Homeland Security to boost security at ports, like Port Newark, to prevent stolen cars from being shipped overseas.    
03/11/20223 minutes 8 seconds
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NJ Cop Shooter Now Finally in Custody

Authorities in Newark, New Jersey are trying to figure out how Kendall Howard managed to elude them for 20 hours. He was finally brought into custody Wednesday morning, after allegedly shooting two police officers Tuesday.
02/11/20222 minutes 19 seconds
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The Federal Reserve Has Bumped Up Interest Rates for the 4th Time

CNBC'S Steve Leisman        
02/11/20222 minutes 43 seconds
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The Federal Reserve Has Raised Interest Rates Again

CBS News Business Analyst Jill Schlesinger    
02/11/20223 minutes 2 seconds
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Growing dissatisfaction within the airline industry

CBS News Travel Editor Peter Greenberg
02/11/20222 minutes 35 seconds
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Charging for checkmarks?

The Washington Post's Will Oremus
02/11/20222 minutes 31 seconds
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The latest on Russia and Ukraine

CBS News White House Correspondent Steven Portnoy
02/11/20222 minutes 23 seconds
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Customer satisfaction decreases with rental cars

Peter Greenberg has the best and worst car rental companies
02/11/20221 minute
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At the Polls Voters Will Have to Pick a Candidate & Answer Questions

Besides choosing their favorite candidates on election day, voters in New York will also turn over their ballot and find a handful of questions. WCBS'S Steve Burns is taking a look at question one. He spoke with Eric Goldstein at the Natural Resources Defense Council.
02/11/20221 minute 58 seconds
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Advocates Call On Adams to Stick to His Promise to Add More Bus & Bike Lanes

Mass transit advocates are calling on NYC Mayor Eric Adams to add more bus and bike lanes, as mandated by a 2019 law. State Assemblywoman Jessica Gonzales Rojas represents parts of Queens.  She attended today's rally with Raoul Ampuero, who lost his 9 year old son to a hit and run driver in 2018 on Northern Blvd. They spoke with WCBS 880 Reporter Marla Diamond.
02/11/20221 minute 56 seconds
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Truth Social

New York Times Reporter Stuart Thompson
01/11/20221 minute 46 seconds
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Biden administration going after excessive profits

CBS News White House Correspondent Steven Portnoy
01/11/20222 minutes 2 seconds
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The introduction of sleep tourism

Peter Greenberg has tips on where you can get the best night's rest
01/11/20221 minute
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Paul Pelosi attacker charged with two federal crimes

KCBS Reporter Matt Bigler in San Francisco explains the charges, as well as shocking new details
31/10/20222 minutes 35 seconds
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Supreme Court heard arguments today regarding the removal of affirmative action from the college admissions process

Bloomberg Supreme Court Reporter Greg Stohr has the details
31/10/20222 minutes 23 seconds
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Driveway robbery on Long Island, in the Village of Saddle Rock

WCBS Reporter Sophia Hall has the story
31/10/20221 minute 36 seconds
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Starting tomorrow, there will be transparency in salary ranges on job postings in NYC

WCBS Reporter Steve Burns spoke with Kathryn Wylde, head of the Partnership for New York City
31/10/20222 minutes 33 seconds
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NY gubernatorial candidates rallying ahead of Election Day next week

Wall Street Journal Reporter Jimmy Vielkind has the details
31/10/20222 minutes 44 seconds
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Tech industry facing a number of challenges

Greg David, of TheCity.NYC, explains
31/10/20222 minutes 12 seconds
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Time to focus on healthcare options for next year

CBS News Business Analyst Jill Schlesinger has the details
31/10/20223 minutes 4 seconds
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Data shows travel costs have risen drastically since 2019

CBS News Travel Editor Peter Greenberg explains
31/10/20221 minute
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Elon Musk completes $44 billion deal to buy Twitter

More from Yahoo Tech Editor Dan Howley on the future of Twitter under new ownership
28/10/20223 minutes 28 seconds
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House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's husband expected to make full recovery after violent attack

KCBS Reporter Matt Bigler has the details from San Francisco.
28/10/20222 minutes 25 seconds
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Twitter to develop "Content Moderation Council," according to new owner Elon Musk

Axios Business Editor Dan Primack explains
28/10/20222 minutes 27 seconds
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New York early voting begins tomorrow

WCBS Reporter Steve Burns heard from Governor Hochul in Far Rockaway.He also heard from Mayor Adams, who is trying to make NYC schools greener and cleaner.
28/10/20222 minutes 50 seconds
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SANDY: 10 YEARS LATER - Lonnie Quinn on CBS NY's Sandy documentary, LI Bishop Mark Moses relfects with Quinn

It's been 10 years since Superstorm Sandy devastated so many places in the tri-state. Long Beach, NY, and the barrier islands stretching from the Rockaways to Suffolk County as well as the Jersey Shore,  sustained massive damage from the storm surge and pounding of the ocean. CBS 2's meteorologist Lonnie Quinn and Bishop Mark Moses of the New Life Church of Christ in Long Beach joined Michael Wallace to talk about this and a special CBS 2 is presenting on the 10 year anniversary of this destructive storm.PHOTO: A sign reading "Sandy was here October 29, 2012" hangs at Vagabond Kitchen and Tap House in Atlantic City, New Jersey on October 25, 2022. - Ten years after the devastating hurricane Sandy, the seaside town of Atlantic City, on the American east coast, has fortified its famous promenade between its casinos and the Atlantic Ocean. But behind the beaches, for the inhabitants of certain neighborhoods, the flooded streets are almost part of everyday life. (Photo by ANGELA
28/10/202216 minutes 43 seconds
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A big milestone for CBS News Chief Washington correspondent Major Garrett

CBS News Chief Washington Correspondent Major Garrett
28/10/20223 minutes 13 seconds
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When to set a hotel wake up call

Peter Greenberg has tips for making sure you get up when you need to on vacation
28/10/20221 minute
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An update on New York City with Mayor Eric Adams

Mayor Eric Adams
28/10/20229 minutes 1 second
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President Biden heads to Syracuse today

CBS News White House Correspondent Steven Portnoy
27/10/20223 minutes 30 seconds
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Best US cities for foodies

Peter Greenberg has tips for culinary focused vacations
27/10/20221 minute
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How much do crime rates impact where you travel?

Peter Greenberg reveals the new murder capital of the USA.
26/10/20221 minute
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NYC's 'Open Streets' Program is Lifeline for Struggling Businesses

Tuesday New York City released a first of it's kind study on the economic impact car-free streets had on businesses during the pandemic.  WCBS Reporter Marla Diamond was in Chinatown where officials highlighted the benefits.  
26/10/20222 minutes 16 seconds
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Wall Street Down Turn Could Cause Major Problems for NY

An annual report from New York Comptroller Tom DiNapoli says WALL Street profits are down...sharply.  And, that could result in a big hit to the New York City and New York State budgets.  Greg David at the TheCity.nyc has more.
26/10/20222 minutes 48 seconds
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Worst US cities for Fall allergies

Peter Greenberg has the latest data
25/10/20221 minute
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Some Long Island Residents Still Dealing With Aftermath of Superstorm Sandy

This coming weekend marks 10 years since Superstorm Sandy devastated communities across the Tri-state area.  One of the hardest hit spots was Lindenhurst on the South Shore of Suffolk County. Our Sophia Hall has more.
25/10/20221 minute 28 seconds
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Governor Hochul & Challenger Lee Zeldin Face Off Tomorrow Night

Tuesday marks the first and possibly last debate between Governor Hochul and Lee Zeldin ahead of election day. WCBS's Steve Burns tells us it comes at a crucial time.
24/10/20222 minutes 44 seconds
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Chinese Nationals Charged With Spying

Two Chinese nationals charged with trying to obstruct a U.S. Department of Justice investigation into Chinese company Huawei Technologies. Bloomberg's Bob Van Voris has more on this story.
24/10/20223 minutes 5 seconds
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Education Secretary on drop in test scores

US Education Secretary talks about how American school children can recover from pandemic education gaps
24/10/20225 minutes 13 seconds
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New British Prime Minister

CBS News Correspondent Ramy Inocencio
24/10/20223 minutes 49 seconds
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The race for governor in New York is tightening

The City's Greg David
24/10/20222 minutes 58 seconds
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Two weeks till mid term elections

CBS News White House Correspondent Steven Portnoy
24/10/20222 minutes 13 seconds
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Airline satisfaction rates are dropping

Peter Greenberg talks best and worst airports
24/10/20221 minute
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Steve Bannon's Sentence and Trump's Subpoena

Former advisor to President Trump gets four months in prison, while Trump gets a subpoena from the January 6th committee. CBS News Legal Analyst Thane Rosenbaum sorts it all out with our Steve Scott and Michael Wallace. 
21/10/20223 minutes 55 seconds
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Bristol Police Funeral

Thousands of people gathered in East Hartford to say goodbye to the two Bristol police officers killed in an ambush last week. WTIC reporter Dave Mayger was there and has more with Steve Scott and Michael Wallace. 
21/10/20221 minute 47 seconds
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The issues dominating this election cycle

CBS News Chief Washington Correspondent Major Garrett
21/10/20223 minutes 38 seconds
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Iran's involvement in the war in Ukraine

"Face the Nation" moderator Margaret Brennan
21/10/20221 minute 36 seconds
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Liz Truss announces her resignation

Steve Goldstein, MarketWatch Euro Bureau Chief
20/10/20224 minutes 10 seconds
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President Biden heading to Pennsylvania

CBS News White House Correspondent Steven Portnoy
20/10/20221 minute 52 seconds
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Airlines are raising award redemption levels

Peter Greenberg talks all about frequent flyer miles
20/10/20221 minute
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The United Bodegas of America offering jobs to Spanish-speaking migrant

Fernando Mateo, spokesman for the group, talked with WCBS Reporter Marla Diamond, and he said as soon as the migrants have working papers, the United Bodegas of America will put them to work.
19/10/20221 minute 10 seconds
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Many competitive races in NY as Midterm Elections loom nearer

More election details from WCBS Reporter Steve Burns, who is following the races.
19/10/20222 minutes 46 seconds
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Migrants arrive at new tent city on Randall's Island

WCBS Reporter Sean Adams has the details.
19/10/20222 minutes 51 seconds
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President Biden authorizes release of 15 million barrels of oil

Tom Kloza, Global Head of Energy Analysis at the Oil Price Information Service, explains what this authorization means exactly and if it will provide any relief at the gas pumps.
19/10/20222 minutes 56 seconds
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President Biden will be talking about gas prices today

CBS News White House Correspondent Steven Portnoy
19/10/20222 minutes 22 seconds
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Fall foliage in less crowded National Parks

Peter Greenberg has some suggestions 
19/10/20221 minute
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Support for Spinal Cord Injury Caregivers

Mike Sugerman with a real life struggle of finding support for those supporting his paralysis in his next epidode of "I'm Still Rolling"
19/10/202226 minutes 23 seconds
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LI Hoarder Housed Hundreds of Animals

300 Animals and a 100,000 cockroaches are found in a squalid home on Long Island.  WCBS 880 Reporter Sophia Hall has more on this story.
19/10/20223 minutes 3 seconds
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Biden Vows to Make Abortion Legislation Priority if Dems Win in November

President Biden vows to codify Roe v Wade, if Democrats gain control of congress in next month's midterms.  CBS News White House Correspondent Steven Portnoy has more.
19/10/20222 minutes 14 seconds
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NJ is Suing 5 Popular Oil Companies

New Jersey is suing oil companies - Exxon Mobil, Shell Oil, Chevron, BP, ConocoPhillips, and the American Petroleum Institute --for contributing to climate change.  New Jersey Attorney General Matthew Platkin has more.      
18/10/20223 minutes 15 seconds
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New Jersey Temporary Workers Bill

Former New Jersey State Legislator John Wisniewski speaks with our Wayne Cabot and Paul Murnane on a bill aimed at protecting warehouse workers and temporary employees in the state. 
18/10/20222 minutes 25 seconds
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NJ Temp Workers Bill

Lawmakers in New Jersey have nixed a bill that would have increased protections for warehouse workers and temporary employees. Wayne Cabot and Mack Rosenberg spoke with former New Jersey State Legislator John Wisniewski about the bill. 
18/10/20222 minutes 25 seconds
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President Biden on abortion

CBS News White House Correspondent Steven Portnoy
18/10/20222 minutes 24 seconds
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Potential passenger caps for the holidays

Peter Greenberg has some tips if you are heading to Europe
18/10/20221 minute
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Governor Hochul Signs Bill Targeting Chop Shops

New York Governor Kathy Hochul signed legislation to combat the theft of catalytic converters, which imposes restrictions on the purchase, sale, and possession of catalytic converters by vehicle dismantlers and scrap processors.  WCBS Reporter Sophia Hall has more.
17/10/20221 minute 13 seconds
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A New Effort in NYC to Combat Rats

In the latest step in his battle against rats, New York City Mayor Eric Adams is moving ahead with new rules around when you can bring garbage out to the curb.  WCBS Reporter Steve Burns was a City Hall.
17/10/20222 minutes 58 seconds
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Family of NYC Teacher Killed Outside School Donate His Organs

The family of a 19 year old teaching assistant shot and killed outside a Brooklyn school last week has given the gift of life to others.  WCBS Reporter Marla Diamond spoke with Leonard Achan, the President and CEO of LIVEONNY.ORG
17/10/20222 minutes 15 seconds
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2 new COVID subvariants worry medical community

Just when we thought it was safe to ditch the masks, there are two worrisome new COVID-19 subvariants—BQ.1 and BQ.1.1—that have the medical community concerned. They come as the flu season is arriving early and hitting hard. CBS News medical contributor Dr. David Agus speaks with Steve Scott.
17/10/20223 minutes 42 seconds
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US certain to enter a recession in the next 12 months

Bloomberg's Josh Wingrove discusses how a new model shows that the US will enter a recession in next year and why we still don't know how bad that recession could be. 
17/10/20224 minutes 10 seconds
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State and city tax revenues holding up despite bleak economic forecast

Greg David, of TheCity.nyc, has the numbers from the first six months of this fiscal year.
17/10/20222 minutes 28 seconds
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Midterm elections are just around the corner

CBS News White House Correspondent Steven Portnoy breaks down a recent CBS News poll and warns against trusting polls to predict outcomes of close races
17/10/20222 minutes 21 seconds
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Social Security benefits to increase by 8.7% next year

CBS News Business Analyst Jill Schlesinger explains what that means for seniors, as well as the rest of Americans dealing with inflation
17/10/20222 minutes 14 seconds
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How to get through airport security faster

Peter Greenberg has tips to expedite the process
17/10/20221 minute
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NJ Congressman Gottheimer seeking federal investigation into MTA spending

He spoke with WCBS Reporter Peter Haskell.
14/10/20221 minute 56 seconds
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Former President Trump responds to Jan. 6th committee via letter after vote to subpoena him

CBS News Congressional Correspondent Scott MacFarlane is following the story.
14/10/20222 minutes 26 seconds
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Bristol, CT remembers two police officers killed in the line of duty

More from WCBS Reporter Sean Adams in Connecticut.
14/10/20222 minutes 51 seconds
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Suspect of Raleigh mass shooting in custody

CBS News Correspondent Jim Krasula has more from North Carolina.
14/10/20223 minutes 12 seconds
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Suffolk County behind on payments following a cyber attack last month

Vendors in Suffolk are struggling because of the delay. WCBS Reporter Sophia Hall has the details on this story, as well as more on the Valva trial in progress.
14/10/20222 minutes 41 seconds
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What's next for the January 6th committee

CBS News Chief Washington Correspondent Major Garrett
14/10/20223 minutes 15 seconds
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Impact of the power of the dollar on retirement

Peter Greenberg has some tips on retirement 
14/10/20221 minute
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The January 6th panel voted to subpoena former President Trump

"Face the Nation" moderator Margaret Brennan
14/10/20223 minutes 44 seconds
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Veteran Reporter and NYC losing a powerful voice

WCBS's Peter Haskell announces he is stepping down because of vocal disorder
13/10/20222 minutes 52 seconds
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Strict NJ gun laws move forward

WCBS reporter Steve Burns discusses the new New Jersey gun laws that are moving ahead in the states supreme court.
13/10/20222 minutes 35 seconds