On April 19, closing arguments will be made by the prosecution and defense. The jury will then sequester to deliberate on a verdict.
We recognize Jerome LePow and Yvonne Sokolow for over 20 years of service to THIRTEEN, and our volunteer committee members.
A look at Harris’s memorable roles as Eleanor Roosevelt in Atlantic Crossing, in Broadway musicals, and in the series Hollywood, Ratched, Frasier, Desperate Housewives and Ratched.
The case for global vaccine equity, debate over “vaccine passports,” and how vaccine nationalism could prolong the pandemic.
Prosecutors and the defense in the Derek Chauvin trial rested their cases on Thursday, April 14. Closing arguments will be made on Monday, April 19.
Special coverage of the late Prince Philip’s life is provided by Amanpour and Company on Friday, April 9, and PBS NewsHour on Monday, April 12 on THIRTEEN.
New visions of democracy and racial justice will be discussed in five virtual forum events on Wednesdays, April 28 through May 26.
See films and news featuring Arab Americans and learn about the work of Arab American organizations in New York City.
Expanded eligibility to age 16 and older and all incarcerated people in New York. New York’s Excelsior Pass will allow people to present vaccine or negative COVID-19 test status to businesses.
The 1987 series Eyes on the Prize is the story of the civil rights era and is streaming for the first time. World Channel is rebroadcasting it Sundays at 9pm.