First, we’ll take a look at Mayor Bill de Blasio’s State of the City address. Next, PBS American Experience shows the 1992 standoff at “Ruby Ridge” which is said to have given rise to the modern American Militia Movement. Then, we also get new insight into the University of Texas-Austin mass shooting. Finally, once almost a lost treasure of New […]
Once almost a lost treasure of New York, the St. George Theatre is coming back to life as a Staten Island cultural center. Find out how you can usher it into the 21st Century. Treasures of New York will soon explore the history of the St. George Theatre this summer. Watch past documentaries from the series to get ready for their […]
Tonight, with blizzard like conditions, we’ll take a look at what we can expect through the night. Next, the use of “enhanced” DNA leads to the arrest of Karina Vetrano’s alleged killer. Famed forensic pathologist doctor Michael Baden breaks down this new technology and why the FBI refuses to use it. Then, City Council Member Jimmy Van Bramer talks about […]
Is it art and was it worth a half million tax payer dollars? “Gimby’s Grandmother” leads to new legislation. City Council Member Jimmy Van Bramer is here with details.
Tonight, State lawmakers release a scathing report on the city’s homeless hotels. With the mayor less than thrilled we’ll break down the findings with an expert on a situation spiraling out of control.
Then, last night, legendary New York detective Bo Dietl shared his plans to take down De Blasio in a run against the mayor. Tonight he lays out his plan to help the homeless get off the streets.
Next, PBS American Experience revisits the Oklahoma City bombing with the story of why 168 men, women and children lost their lives.
Finally, beam me up Scotty! New York University professor David Grier takes us where science has never gone before.
Tonight, cops crack the brutal murder of the Howard Beach jogger with help from the victim, Karina Vetrano, herself! All this as a jury deliberates the Etan Patz case nearly 38 years after the boy’s disappearance. We have updates on both cases from retired NYPD Lieutenant Darrin Porcher.
Next, legendary New York detective Bo Dietl wants to be our mayor! Will he take a bite out of the Big Apple the way he took a bite out of crime? He’ll be here to tell us.
Then, Rabbi Marvin Hier, the founder and dean of the Simon Wiesenthal Center Museum of Tolerance talks about the backlash from his prayer at President Donald Trump’s inauguration.
Finally, we explore how the film The Birth of a Nation ignited the battle for civil rights as part of the new Independent Lens documentary The Birth of a Movement.
Tonight, as part of our ongoing initiative Peril and Promise, we take you to Long Island where an environmental catastrophe no one ever saw coming threatens the future of the region.
Then, one fast and furious group has a need for speed that’s proving deadly. We team up with our partners at Newsday to take you inside the world of illegal street racing.
Finally, he grew up in a life of poverty, drugs and jail, but chased his dreams to become a voice for his community. As part of our ongoing initiative, Chasing the Dream: Poverty and Opportunity in America, we share the story of artist and activist Daniel Beaty.