Associated Press

Associated Press 31 Dec 2019

Vigil in New York for stabbing victims


Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer attended a vigil in West Nyack, New York for the victims of the Hannukah stabbing attack in nearby Monsey. (Dec. 31)

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo officially declared a state of emergency as the coronavirus outbreak continues. The governor called the relationship with the CDC "problematic" as he called for more testing.
The Navy hospital shift docked in New York City on Monday morning and will provide extra space and support to medical workers in the fight against the coronavirus outbreak.
Former film producer Harvey Weinstein will be sentenced in New York City today after being convicted last month of rape and sexual assault. He could face up to 29 years. CBS News national correspondent Jericka Duncan joins CBSN from outside the courtroom ahead of this morning's much-anticipated decision.
A unique exhibition called "Ballerina: Fashion's Modern Muse" recently opened in New York's Museum at the Fashion Institute of Technology. The unusual exposition includes more than 100 costumes from the most famous world collections. Nina Vishneva has the story narrated by Anna Rice.

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