August 14, 2018 at 5:30 am

Who’s up?  Who’s down?  And who has momentum in New York State going into this week?  All are in the headlines, but can you guess who made the list. New York City has become the first in the country to cap the amount of ride sharing services like Uber and Lyft.  Was it a decision based on Congestion or Politics? Saving homeless youth one at a time.  See how “The Door” is making the ultimate difference for young people living on the streets in New York City. It was once an epicenter where the underworld met the elite. Tonight, we take you inside the “New 42nd Street”.

Aired on August 13, 2018.



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