First, a wave of bomb threats and anti-semitic attacks both here in our area and entire country. Next, Monsignor Jim Lisante breaks down Pope Francis and President Trump’s complex relationship. Then, who are New York’s movers and shakers? Finally, we’re headed back to Africa for a look at its “Great Cities” with Dr. Henry Louis Gates, Jr. as the PBS […]
Mayor Bill de Blasio takes the hot seat and the feds take aim over fundraising scandals. On Monday we’ll take you behind the closed door meetings to find out how the investigation could affect you. First, Rep. Adriano Espaillat tell us how he is fighting against Trump’s immigration policies. Next, President of the Council on Foreign Relations, Richard Haass tells […]
We’ll give you a sneak peek at the Oscar nominated short film, “Joe’s Violin” about how a violin’s journey across time forms a special friendship between a 91 year-old Holocaust survivor and a 12 year-old girl from the Bronx. Director Kahane Cooperman tells us how music helped bring these two together and changed her life.
In honor of Black History Month, American Ballet Theatre principal dancer Misty Copeland discusses her rise in the world of classical ballet. Copeland will tell us how she is using her platform to help increase diversity on and off the stage.
Jewish-Americans are tense after bomb threats are called into community centers around the country and a historic Cemetery was desecrated in St. Louis. The Anti-Defamation League wants President Trump to act. We have the latest.