Union president calls for end to COMPSTAT

Chris Monahan, President of the NYPD Captain Endowments Association, talks about the disturbing rise in the number of murders and shootings in NYC. Monahan believes the city should abandon the COMPSTAT program.

New book tells story behind Action Park

The amusement and water park in Vernon, New Jersey is the subject of a memoir by Andy Mulvihill. His father opened the famed attraction in 1978 and ran it for nearly two decades. Action Park: Fast Times, Wild Rides and the Untold Story of America's Most Dangerous Amusement Park.

UFT President Michael Mulgrew

The leader of the New York City teacher's union says Mayor Bill de Blasio was premature in suggesting public schools would reopen in the fall.

Rep. Karen Bass on possible VP run

Rep. Karen Bass (D-CA) is believed to be on presidential candidate Joe Biden's list of running mates. She spoke with Good Day NY co-host Lori Stokes about the election and more.

Fun things to do with children this summer

After months of remote learning and many vacations canceled, children and parents are searching for fun ways to fill those summer days and nights. Rose Gordon Sala with MommyPoppins.com shares tips and recommendations.

Danica McKellar

The New York Times best-selling author is out with her tenth book, The Times Machine- Learn Multiplication and Division... Like Yesterday.' Visit McKellarMath.com and @DanicaMcKellar on Instagram.

Loni Love

The comedian and co-host of The Real is out with a new book, 'I Changed So You Don't Have To.'

Ceelo Green

The five-time Grammy award winner is out with his first album in five years, Ceelo Green is Thomas Callaway.

Aid coming from Small Business Services

Many small businesses in New York City are struggling to adapt to changes and requirements as they reopen after three months closed due to the coronavirus. Go to http://nyc.gov/business or call 888-SBS-4NYC for information.

Professor explains Juneteenth

Professor Wallace Ford of Medgar Evers College explains the day marks the unravelling of a hoax on slaves in Texas who had already been freed but did not know it.

Hero of the Day

Essex Street Market is the Hero of the Day. The store has been supplying seniors on the Lower East Side with free bags of groceries.

Southampton official denies Cuomo allegations

Southampton Town Supervisor Jay Schneiderman says residents and visitors are largely following social distancing rules despite Gov. Andrew Cuomo saying there are 25,000 violations reported between the Hamptons and NYC.