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June 14, 2017 at 5:30 am

Brace yourselves for the Amtrak summer of hell.  Delays… cancellations… sweat and tears!  If you’re one of the many who rely on the rails, you can’t afford to miss this! Hail Trump?  This is one production of Julius Caesar you won’t soon forget!  Tonight, the man directing the controversy is here!  We continue our conversation with New York City’s First […]

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May 16, 2017 at 5:28 am

COMMUTING NIGHTMARE?  IT’S GOING TO GET WORSE! A frightening scenario: 1 in 4 trains cancelled in July?  We have the details.   HILLARY CLINTON: “SHATTERED” She was not supposed to lose the Presidential election so what really sidelined Candidate Clinton?  Find out!   A STORY OF STRENGTH From homeless student to peer mentor and basketball star, a story that will […]

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February 04, 2017 at 5:36 am

Tonight, as part of our ongoing initiative Peril and Promise, we take you to Long Island where an environmental catastrophe no one ever saw coming threatens the future of the region.
Then, one fast and furious group has a need for speed that’s proving deadly. We team up with our partners at Newsday to take you inside the world of illegal street racing.
Finally, he grew up in a life of poverty, drugs and jail, but chased his dreams to become a voice for his community. As part of our ongoing initiative, Chasing the Dream: Poverty and Opportunity in America, we share the story of artist and activist Daniel Beaty.

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