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The Supreme Court starts its new term today, with observers saying it will continue with it's conservative shift, reflected by it's decision to overturn the right to an abortion. Bloomberg Supreme Court Reporter Greg Stohr tells us more.
Violent extremism and anti-semitism were on the agenda as the House Homeland Security Committee held a hearing in Teaneck, New Jersey Monday. One of the witnesses was Scott Richman of the Anti-Defamation League. He tells WCBS Reporter Peter Haskell the attention to the issues is critical.
President Biden went to Puerto Rico Monday to survey the damage caused by Hurricane Fiona. The Category One storm left widespread damage when it crashed into the island 2 weeks ago. CBS News White House Correspondent Steven Portnoy talks about the visit.
New York and New Jersey lawmakers are fighting over speed cameras. A bill in Trenton would stop New Jersey from sharing the information of New Jersey drivers who are nabbed by New York's cameras. New York is threatening to retaliate by charging New Jersey drivers a 50-dollar "non-cooperation fee" to drive into Manhattan.