New York State’s leading DEA agent James Hunt takes us through the journey of what it’s like fighting this drug that continues to claim lives at record numbers.
First, the historic vote to keep or Repeal & Replace Obamacare will not happen tonight as scheduled. Then, find out how we can ease the tension between communities and police. Finally, see how The Drama League has played a vital role in NYC.
For more than 100 years The Drama League has played a vital role in our city. Come with us behind the curtain. For more on The Drama League click on: http://www.dramaleague.org/ To see to a preview of tonight’s “Treasures of New York: The Drama League” go to: http://www.thirteen.org/programs/treasures-of-new-york/
The historic vote to keep or Repeal & Replace Obamacare will not happen tonight as scheduled. New York Republican Congressman John Faso weighs in on the vote and his amendment to the bill that many say will hurt New York’s most needy.
Former undocumented immigrant turned New York Congressman Adriano Espaillat wants all immigration enforcement officers to wear body cameras to protect the civil rights of all being questioned, whether in this country legally or illegally. He’s here with the details.
Do you hate traveling through Penn Station or LaGuardia Airport? Tonight we share a sneak peek at what these two transit hubs will look like when completed and the treasures they will become.
The fight is on to keep small businesses and mom-and-pop shops open in Manhattan. Find out about a new relief plan that might keep these businesses afloat.
First, rife with reports of abuse Governor Cuomo wants to shut down Rikers Island. Then, get a preview at the fight against ISIS as PBS’s FRONTLINE takes us into Iraq’s war zone. Finally, Dorothea Lange captured iconic images of America that are seared into our nation’s soul.