This weekend, Jewish New Yorkers across the tri-state will celebrate Purim. But with several bomb threats this week to JCC’s in the metro area weighing heavily on the minds of many; celebration with family will have added meaning. In honor of the holiday, we’ll take a look at the Museum of Jewish Heritage in Manhattan and tell you the important […]
First, four MS-13 gang members were arrested for killing two teen girls on Long Island. Next, find out what the experts say on how we can fix our nation’s fake news epidemic. Finally, the Museum of the City of New York created an exhibit featuring images of nearly 270,000 Muslims in New York.
Police on Long Island are cracking down on the notorious MS-13 gang. Recently, four members were arrested in connection to last year’s murder of two teenage girls. The Suffolk County Police Commissioner will tell us about the fight against MS-13 and the impact of President Trump’s latest immigration orders on Long Island’s ability to fight crime.
With a new travel ban and a spike in hate crimes against Muslim New Yorkers, the Museum of the City of New York has responded to the outbreak by creating a new exhibit featuring images of nearly 270,000 Muslims in New York. The exhibit features images taken by four photographers who have documented Muslim New Yorkers from the mid-20th century […]
First, the AARP and some Republicans strongly oppose the proposal to replace Obamacare. Find out what this replacement plan means for your healthcare and the entire metro region. Next, find out the results of a new study of how this “new media” is affecting our kids. Finally, get a sneak peek behind the puppets and meet the actors who bring […]
The new Commissioner at the embattled Administration for Children’s Services, David Hansell was appointed last month to fix the agency. Hansell pledges to apply any necessary reforms in order to better fulfill the agency’s mission to protect the most vulnerable children. We’ll tell you about the changes that are being implemented to the agency.
An almost 60% increase in discrimination cases alarms the city. In an exclusive interview, Carmelyn P. Malalis the Commissioner and Chair of the NYC Commission on Human Rights is here with details on what’s being done to stem this tide of hate.
First, what are people really thinking about President Trump’s historic win over Hillary Clinton? Find out as we introduce you to a new web series. Next, as the Middle East continues to fall further into chaos and Vladimir Putin plans his next move, what will be next? Then, the Robin Hood Foundation has started a new initiative to help New […]
Instead of taking from the poor and giving to the rich, the Robin Hood Foundation has started a new initiative to help New Yorkers access government funds they didn’t know they qualified for. Find out how. Learn more about Robin Hood’s Start by Asking campaign: a coalition of public, corporate, and community-based organizations that aim to help eligible New Yorkers […]