For the first time in 15 years, the New York Mets have clinched the National League pennant and are heading to the World Series. We highlight the star players with SB Nation’s Amazin’ Avenue editor Chris McShane and sort out what’s next for New York’s new all-stars.
Horse carriages are an iconic new York sight, but the practice is heavily debated. We discuss the issue from both sides with animal rights activist Jane Velez-Mitchell and horse carriage owners. Plus, former NYC Police and Corrections Commissioner Bernard Kerik speaks about his mission to reform our criminal justice system after his experiences on both sides of the prison bars.
In an in-depth conversation with MetroFocus host Jack Ford, former New York City Police and Corrections Commissioner Bernard Kerik discusses the rising tensions over the city’s police force and his mission to reform our criminal justice system after his experiences on both sides of the prison bars.
The iconic horse carriages that take visitors through Central Park may be a wonderful diversion, but are they humane? Carriage riders say the horses are well cared for, but animal rights activist Jane Velez-Mitchell disagrees.
In the second of a two-part interview, Former New Jersey Gov. Jim McGreevey talks about gay rights and coming to accept himself as a “gay American.” Then, MSNBC’s Joy-Ann Reid will be here to break down the breakdown of American racial politics. Plus, “Nature” Executive producer Fred Kaufman shares a sneak peak at a new two-part series on pets coming from the Emmy-Award winning program.
In the second of a two-part interview, former New Jersey Gov. Jim McGreevey talks about gay rights, the Supreme Court’s decision on same-sex marriage and coming to accept himself as a “gay American.”
MSNBC’s Joy-Ann Reid will be here to break down the breakdown of American racial politics, which she explores in her book “Fracture: Barack Obama, the Clintons, and the Racial Divide.”
Fred Kaufman, executive producer of the Emmy Award-winning PBS program “Nature,” shares a sneak peek of the new two-part series, “Pets: Wild At Heart,” which uses special cameras and spy technology to bring viewers an unprecedented look at our furry and feathered friends.