We discuss Sean Penn’s Rolling Stone interview with Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman. Plus, NYU’s Michael Waldman, former speech writer for President Bill Clinton, tells us what to expect from President Barack Obama’s final State of the Union address. And we’re joined by politician-turned-activist Christine Quinn, who helps homeless woman and children get a new start.
Rolling Stone made waves when it published an interview conducted by actor Sean Penn with drug kingpin Joaquín “El Chapo” Guzmán Loera. The two secretly met at Guzmán’s Mexican hideaway just months before his recent recapture. The interview and the magazine’s decision to publish it have raised questions and prompted criticism. We discuss both with broadcast journalist Lynn Sherr.
As President Barack Obama prepares for his final State of the Union address this week, we get a preview of what to expect from NYU’s Michael Waldman, former director of speech writing for President Bill Clinton.
As part of “Chasing The Dream,” the multi-platform public media initiative on poverty and opportunity in America, we’re joined by politician-turned-activist Christine Quinn to hear how she’s working to give homeless women and children a new start.
We break down the details of Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s call to overhaul Penn Station, and explain what President Barack Obama’s new executive actions on gun control mean for you. Plus, we sia conversation with actor Jeff Daniels about his career, the value of picking up a book and that famous monologue from the HBO original series “The Newsroom.”
How will President Barack Obama’s new gun control measures impact us here? We discuss what the changes mean for local residents with Michael Waldman, author of “The Second Amendment: A Biography.”
After Obama announces new steps aimed at curbing gun violence in the U.S., we will examine how the changes will impact residents in the tri-state region.
In the first of a two-part interview, outgoing New York Board of Regents Chancellor Merryl Tisch discusses the controversial Common Core standards. And as the final season of Downton Abbey gets underway, we chat with some of the show’s biggest fans at a special Manhattan event. Plus, in our on-going “Listening In” series, we tune in to singer and songwriter Patti Smith at The New Yorker Festival.
In the first of a two-part interview, we look at our education system with outgoing New York Board of Regents Chancellor Merryl Tisch. Tonight, the former teacher discusses the controversial Common Core standards and explains why she thinks the changes are essential.