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
Reporter Mack Rosenberg speaks with a landlord in the Bronx who's tenant's haven't paid rent in nearly 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.
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.
Nassau County Legislator Joshua Lafazan joins On the Record to discuss on a new purposed bill would create Nassau county's first Israel commission.
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.
Rabbi Mark Katz tells On the Record about his preparation for the first Friday night Shabbat services since the start of the war.
James Tosone of Washington Township, NJ, tells On the Record with Steve Scott why he is suing the NJ Secretary of State's office.
CBS News Travel Editor Peter Greenberg on the best destinations to visit this year according to The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization.
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 https://www.gettyimages.com/license/566461437?adppopup=true
Tom Kamisnki recalls how Sept. 11, 2001 unfolded for him, in an interview with Paul Murnane
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.
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) https://www.gettyimages.com/license/1581640516?adppopup=true
CBS News Travel Editor Peter Greenberg on which cities are banning cruise ships from docking to prevent over-tourism
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
Author Jerry Izenberg discussed his book 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
CBS News Travel Editor Peter Greenberg on which European hot spots Americans are flocking to this year. Photo: London (Getty Images)
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.
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)
Peter Greenberg on which U.S cities will pay for citizens to move there.
Peter Greenberg on the airports with the most frequent amount of travel delays.
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)
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.