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January 22, 2018 at 6:45 pm

As the President reflected on his first year in office, this weekend protesters nationwide took to the streets as the government shut down. Today, the shutdown ends with a compromise to fund the government through February 8th. And from Washington to Albany, Governor Cuomo’s former aide Joseph Percoco heads to trial on charges of federal corruption. Could this trial expose […]

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January 20, 2018 at 5:30 am

On the eve of the anniversary of President Trump’s inauguration, historian and author Nell Irvin Painter examines immigration, assimilation, and the power structure that exists today. In “Unsettled,” WNYC and PBS Newshour Weekend tell the story of a Congolese couple separated by new to U.S. immigration policy and refugee regulations. WNYC and PBS Newshour Weekend team up to tell the story […]

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January 19, 2018 at 7:15 pm

Comedian Aziz Ansari is the latest prominent man facing allegations of sexual misconduct. The debate over his alleged behavior while on a date has ignited infighting among feminists. Paola Mendoza is back ahead of this weekend’s Women’s March to weigh in on whether she believes this discourse could damage the #metoo movement. Aired on January 19, 2018.

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January 19, 2018 at 7:00 pm

WNYC and PBS Newshour Weekend team up with “Unsettled” a five-part series that takes a close look at refugees in the United States through the story of a Congolese couple separated by changes to U.S. immigration policy and refugee regulations. WNYC reporter Matt Katz is here to give us a preview. He fills us in about a man living in […]

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January 19, 2018 at 5:00 am

Historian Rick Shenkman joins us for an analysis of President Donald Trump’s first year in office. He will break down the highs, lows and how our 45th President stacks up against past Presidents. Last January, The Women’s March brought together people of all backgrounds–women and men and gender nonconforming people, young and old, of diverse faiths, differently abled, immigrants and indigenous– […]

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January 18, 2018 at 7:00 pm

Last January, The Women’s March brought together people of all backgrounds–women and men and gender nonconforming people, young and old, of diverse faiths, differently abled, immigrants and indigenous– 5 million strong, on all seven continents of the world, marking the largest single-day protest in American history. This weekend, the movement continues in New York, Nevada, Washington and across the country, […]

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