Teaching racial tolerance to NYPD recruits with “Anne & Emmett,” New Jersey’s mounting public pension crisis, and the new Independent Lens | PBS documentary “Stray Dog,” which follows one Vietnam War veteran and explores the struggles that vets still face today.
There’s a public employee pension crisis in New Jersey that’s only getting worse as more and more government employees retire. New Jersey Capitol Report Anchor Steve Adubato jumps into the ongoing debate to make sense of the problem and what needs to be done to fix it.
Politico’s Terry Golway looks at the history of feuds between New York’s mayors and governors. And ahead of this weekend’s episode of “Saturday Night Live” featuring Donald Trump, we speak with National Hispanic Foundation for the Arts Co-Founder and Chairman Felix Sanchez about the Hispanic community’s outrage over his appearance. Plus, Gilbert Gottfried of PBS’s “Cyberchase.”
Politico’s Terry Golway explains some of the high-profile jabs and low-blows from the not-so-subtle feud between New York’s mayors and governors.
We speak with former Mayor David Dinkins, the city’s first and only African-American to hold the position. We also hear from PIX11 News Investigative Reporter Mary Murphy about the dangers and prevalence of K2, a dangerous form of synthetic marijuana. And we take you on a personal tour of the United Nations and discuss its impact in New York and the world.
2015 marks the 70th anniversary of the United Nations. Formed in the wake of the second World War, this coalition of nations strives to maintain peace, protect human rights, and reduce poverty and suffering around the world. New York is the home of the U.N., adding to its status as the world’s city. But the yearly influx of diplomats and […]
We talk to House Infrastructure Committee Member Rep. Lee Zeldin (R-NY) about our region’s aging infrastructure and the debate to fund it. Plus, we’re joined by former Mayor David Dinkins, the first African American to ever hold the city’s top post. And we speak with Pulitzer Prize-Winning architecture critic Paul Goldberger about his new book, “Building Art: The Life and Work of Frank Gehry.”
The tri-state region’s infrastructure continues to grow older while the debate over funding wages on. We talk to House Infrastructure Committee Member Rep. Lee Zeldin (R-NY) about the extent of the problem and what’s being done to address it.
We’re joined by former Mayor David Dinkins, the first African American to ever hold the city’s top post. In the first of a two-part interview, he reflects on his time in the mayor’s office and addresses the misperception that crime was up during his tenure.