First, all charges were dropped against Eric Garner’s mother and other Trump protestors this week, as as long as they stay out of trouble. Then, DEA agent James Hunt takes us through the journey of what it’s like fighting heroin. Finally, Vicki Lawrence takes us behind the scenes of life with Carol Burnett, on and off camera.
Ahead of tonight’s airing of the PBS special “Carol Burnett: The Mark Twain Prize,” Carol’s long time co-star and friend, Vicki Lawrence takes us behind the scenes of life with Carol, on and off camera.
First, the historic vote to keep or Repeal & Replace Obamacare will not happen tonight as scheduled. Then, find out how we can ease the tension between communities and police. Finally, see how The Drama League has played a vital role in NYC.
For more than 100 years The Drama League has played a vital role in our city. Come with us behind the curtain. For more on The Drama League click on: http://www.dramaleague.org/ To see to a preview of tonight’s “Treasures of New York: The Drama League” go to: http://www.thirteen.org/programs/treasures-of-new-york/
Photojournalist Dorothea Lange captured iconic images of America that are seared into our nation’s soul. In celebration of Women’s History Month her granddaughter gives us a look at the woman behind the lens.
First, did a “rookie judge” drop the ball? Yadira Arroyo was killed after being run over by her own FDNY ambulance. Her family is now demanding the death penalty for the man who allegedly ran over the mother of five twice. Next, iconic New York City newspaper columnist, Jimmy Breslin died on Sunday. Then, a new savings initiative will give […]
First, President Trump’s budget proposal cuts all funding for the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. WNET President and CEO Neal Shapiro has answers to what happens next. Next, federal and state prosecutors will not charge Mayor Bill de Blasio or his staff after a lengthy probe into campaign fundraising practices. We have the latest. Finally, Brendan Fay is going to march […]