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January 27, 2017 at 5:19 am

Tonight, President Trump put pen to paper and signed an executive order to bring the country one step closer to building a wall between the United States and Mexico. The president also pledges to go after sanctuary cities like ours that offer security to illegal immigrants: a move that could cost our city over 10 billion dollars, and could potentially rip families apart. Our local officials have started the protests, and we’ll take you there!
Next, the March for Life happens tomorrow in Washington, but not without controversy in the shadow of last week’s history-making women’s march. One of the march participants will be here with their plan of action.
Then, last night, we brought you the story of the legacy that Alexander Hamilton’s widow Eliza left behind for the children of New York City. Tonight, we’ll take you even further back into history as we head up north to Hamilton’s Albany.
Finally, Gung hay fat choy! It’s the eve of Chinese New Year! The rooster is honored this year, and we have a special preview from the Chinese music and dance company, Shen Yun.

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January 26, 2017 at 5:36 am

Today, Governor Andrew Cuomo wants to send low and middle-class students to college for free. Sounds like a great plan. So, why is the Chairman of the New York State Assembly’s Puerto Rican/Hispanic Task Force crying foul? Assemblyman Marcos Crespo is here to explain why Cuomo’s proposal is broken, and why New York’s neediest will be left out.

Next, do you have what it takes to change the life of a child? If so, now’s your chance! It’s mentoring month, and as part of our ongoing Chasing the Dream initiative, we have the details about the NYC Youth Mentoring Initiative and the impact it will make on the city’s poorest students.

Then, National School Choice Week is here and happening in your neighborhood! Find out about the events in your area, and the education options available to you.

Finally, Alexander Hamilton, our rock star Founding Father, did not throw away his shot. But, it was his wife Eliza who provided one for thousands of children, and continues to do so even today. We take a look back to see how the orphanage she founded still lives on and continues to help New York City’s children.

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January 25, 2017 at 6:29 pm

Governor Andrew Cuomo wants to send low and middle-class students to college for free. Sounds like a great plan. So, why is the Chairman of the New York State Assembly’s Puerto Rican/Hispanic Task Force crying foul? Assemblyman Marcos Crespo is here to explain why Cuomo’s proposal is broken, and why New York’s neediest will be left out.

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January 25, 2017 at 6:27 pm

Alexander Hamilton, our rock star Founding Father, did not throw away his shot. But, it was his wife Eliza who provided one for thousands of children, and continues to do so even today. We take a look back to see how the orphanage she founded still lives on and continues to help New York City’s children.

Are you inspired by Eliza Hamilton’s story? Learn more about how Graham Windham is fighting to give every child and family their shot.

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