September 12, 2017: TONIGHT ON METROFOCUS

September 13, 2017 at 5:30 am

After Sandy, in the wake of Irma, and as Jose heads our way; are we prepared for a major hurricane?  Irma was a not so gentle reminder that it’s time to ensure that we are ready for when, not if, the next superstorm hits!  In an exclusive interview, Joseph Esposito, the Commissioner of New York City Emergency Management is here with our plan of defense. On what would have been his wedding anniversary with Jackie, new questions about the assassination of President Kennedy:  where are the missing CIA files on Lee Harvey Oswald?  What’s more, newly released documents raise even more questions about what top CIA officials knew and when they knew it.  The is a startling interview you don’t miss with Larry Sabato, the author of “The Kennedy Half-Century:  The Presidency, Assassination, and Lasting Legacy of John F. Kennedy.” The inside story of a little family owned bank in Chinatown that helped the community, and how they were targeted during the subprime mortgage meltdown.  We talk to the director of “Frontline- Abacus:  Small Enough to Jail” for all the details.