Tonight, can education be run like a business? PBS’s series “School Inc.” makes the case, but not everyone thinks it makes the grade. Education historian Diane Ravitch tells us why. Then, for the First Family of New York City, the issue of mental health is a deeply personal one. Tonight, First Lady Chirlane McCray tells us why she believes her […]
PBS’s digital series “First Person” is back with all-new stories of struggle and hope within the LGBTQ community.
It’s the day after the ultimate “He Said, He Said” in recent political history. Under oath, the former Director of the FBI called the President a liar. The President in response says he is vindicated. We’ll go beyond the noise of the news and look at what was really left in the wake of Comey vs. Trump. Then, this Sunday […]
This Sunday night: Will Bette say “Hello” to Tony? Will “Evan Hansen” be saved from a loss? And will “Come From Away” go home victorious? Broadway’s best and brightest will be feted at this year’s Tony’s, and Broadway legacy and reporter Imogen Lloyd Webber will give us her picks for who will take home the gold!
And part two of our interview with one of America’s all-time favorite actors, Alan Alda, on his new book “If I Understood You, Would I Have This Look on My Face?: My Adventures in the Arts and Science of Relating and Communicating.”
A historic day for America as James Comey, the former FBI Director, takes the stand. Was he fired for cause or because he wouldn’t bow to pressure from President Trump? We’re breaking down his testimony with Watergate Assistant Special Prosecutor, Jill Wine-Banks. Then, when the Puerto Rican Day Parade rolls down Fifth Avenue on Sunday, it does so amid controversy. […]
When the Puerto Rican Day Parade rolls down Fifth Avenue on Sunday, it does so amid controversy. Why would its organizers honor a man convicted of terrorist acts committed here in America? Geraldo Rivera joins us with his reaction.