It’s a murder case gripping Upstate New York: a 12-year-old boy strangled and his mother’s boyfriend is charged. The New York Times Albany Bureau Chief Jesse McKinley takes us inside a killing and upcoming trial that has put a small town on edge and has raised questions about racial bias and the people in charge of protecting us.
Tomorrow is the Jewish holiday of Purim, which dictates one should drink to excess and celebrate, but it’s underlying message is sobering. But before you pick up that glass of wine tomorrow, take a visit with us to the Museum of Jewish Heritage in Manhattan.
We look at the latest on the presidential election with Journalist Ellis Henican and Manhattan Republican Party Chairwoman Adele Malpass. Plus, we discuss President Barack Obama’s historic trip to Cuba. Director of Columbia Law School’s Immigrants’ Rights Clinic Elora Mukherjee talks to us about the rights many immigrants do not know they have. In part three of our conversation with former late-night talk show host Dick Cavett, we hear about his next adventure.
New York City serves as a home for immigrants and asylum seekers all over but for many navigating the legal system alone is a challenge. Director of Columbia Law School’s Immigrants’ Rights Clinic Elora Mukherjee talks to us the rights many immigrants do not know they have and the importance of representing them.
In this third installment of our conversation with former late-night talk show host Dick Cavett, we talk about big Hollywood names and what he thinks will be his next adventure.
The New York Times Reporter Steve Eder shares the findings from his investigation into claims against Donald Trump’s business school, Trump University. We hear from Newark Teachers Union President John Abeigon about the threat of lead in New Jersey schools’ water. Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams tells us why he thinks New York should lift the ban on professional mixed martial arts fighting. And actor and 80s heartthrob Andrew McCarthy of the “Brat Pack” joins us to discuss his career in beloved movies like “St. Elmo’s Fire” and “Pretty In Pink” and his role in ABC’s new drama, “The Family.”
New York is the only state with a ban on professional MMA, mixed martial arts, fighting, which is why you’d be hard-pressed to catch a bout in Madison Square Garden or Barclays Center. But that might change in the coming weeks. The New York State Assembly is expected to change its stance on it. We speak to Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams to hear why he thinks this popular sport should be legalized in New York.
Actor and 80s heartthrob, Andrew McCarthy of the “Brat Pack” joins us to discuss his career in beloved movies like “St. Elmo’s Fire” and “Pretty In Pink,” and his role in ABC’s new drama, “The Family.”
We speak to former U.S. Senator Special Envoy for Middle East Peace George Mitchell who led the St. Patrick’s Day Parade as Grand Marshal, talk to Luke Waters about his journey from undocumented Irish immigrant to leading NYPD detective and learn about New York City’s connection to the Easter Rebellion from New York Senior Editor Terry Golway.