It is the deadliest mass shooting in U.S. history. A gunman opens fire on a crowd of concert goers at a country music festival, leaving more than 50 dead and hundreds wounded. The NYPD is monitoring the massacre in Las Vegas to ensure that New York City is safe. We are on this developing story. He came to Congress with the […]
Freakonomics. It’s the bestselling book and the podcast sensation that’s grabbing millions of fans! Tonight, its co-creator, Stephen Dubner, is here to break down how everything in our popular culture is rooted in economics. Stephen Dubner’s “Tell Me Something I Don’t Know” Show Dates at Joe’s Pub in New York City Tickets available here. October 5/6:30 — Alex Wagner, CBS News correspondent and […]
The corruption conviction of former New York State Senate Majority Leader Dean Skelos and his son, Adam, is overturned by the legal definition of the crime itself. We’ll have all the details on the change of events with Jennifer Rodgers, the Executive Director of the Center for Public Integrity at Columbia Law School. Could our transit system woes be fixed by […]
Ken Burns and Lynn Novick are back! The music that became the soundtrack of the Vietnam War, and how it became a catalyst for America’s pullout of the conflict.
Could our transit system woes be fixed by a toll to get into midtown? Find out what you need to know about a plan to make “congestion pricing” a part of life in Manhattan.
Who is Mayor Bill de Blasio? What do we really know about him even after one term? A New York professor with unprecedented access to the city’s First Family answers those very questions in his a new book, “The Pragmatist: Bill de Blasio’s Quest to Save the Soul of New York.” He’ll join us for an exclusive interview. As Ken […]
One of Hollywood’s leading liberal voices teams up with former President George W. Bush speechwriter, David Frum. Their quest: a search for answers regarding Russia’s meddling in America’s election. They’ll both be here with the details of their endeavor.
Mayor Bill de Blasio was victorious in his bid against other Democrats who wanted to take his job at City Hall. Now, he faces off against Republican candidate Nicole Malliotakis. We’ll have the latest on the race for Mayor, including the results of the other important local races. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, turning over antiquities after it’s learned they were […]
City Comptroller Scott Stringer is on a mission to ensure that diversity reigns and all people are represented in corporate board rooms. He’ll be here to tell us his plan.