Award-winning journalist, bestselling author and filmmaker Sebastian Junger gives us an inside look at ISIS and their march across Syria. Aired on November 16, 2017.
A painting by master Italian Renaissance artist and intellectual Leonardo da Vinci sold for a record $450 million. Esteemed biographer, Walter Isaacson, is here with insight into the man behind the brilliance. Aired on November 16, 2017.
“Proud anti-Semite.” That’s the boast spotted on a bumper sticker on a car driving on Route 110 in Farmingdale, Long Island. A sign of the times? Some sobering statistics ahead. Aired November 16, 2017
Were Christopher Columbus, Peter Stuyvesant, J. Marion Sims heroes or villains? It depends on who you ask. Should statues of them be removed if some find them offensive? Now you can weigh in on what happens. We’ll tell you how. Acclaimed television journalist Laurie Dhue tackles the stigma of opioid addiction as the epidemic continues. Astronaut Scott Kelly opens up about his record-breaking, year-long, […]
Emmy-award winning actress Marg Helgenberger takes on office politics and social maneuvering in “What We’re Up Against,” an all-too-relevant off-Broadway play written more than 25 years ago. Aired on November 15, 2017.
Republicans unveil their tax reform bill. But, as the House heads toward a vote, mayors from across New York state call on Members of Congress to vote no. So, if the bill is passed into law, how would it affect you? We’ll tell you! Spending a year in space. It’s a feat that’s never been accomplished, or documented—until now. We’ll give […]
Jane Stoddard Williams, Chair of Horizons National’s Board of Directors, is giving back by working to close the educational gap that often relates to income inequality. Aired on November 13, 2017.
She was more than a gossip columnist, she was a celebrity in her own right, who had her finger on the pulse of Manhattan. Aired on November 13, 2017.