Former Newsday reporter and writer Michael D’Antonio examines the life of New Yorker and GOP front-runner Donald Trump in a new biography. The book was originally slated to hit shelves next year, but was published earlier due to rising interest in the Donald.
Former New York City Police Commissioner Ray Kelly addresses critics of the department’s counter-terrorism and ‘stop, question and frisk’ tactics. Kelly also talks about the current state of politics in the city and what the de Blasio administration is doing right, and what it isn’t.
Mayor Bill de Blasio tapped Minerva Tantoco for the city’s first chief technology officer in September 2014. Now after one year in the new role, we check in to see how she’s helping grow tech-sector jobs and prepare New Yorkers to fill them.
We celebrate a Mets trip to the World Series, discuss Vice President Joe Biden’s non-presidential run and get a sneak peek at the upcoming season of “StarTalk” with host and astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson. Plus, we remember James Brown at the Apollo.
After months of speculation, Vice President says “no” to a run for the White House. A Democratic insider lays out the fall out for the party and what this means for candidates Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders.
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.