Previously aired on August 11, 2017. As the world watches the nuclear war of words between the President and North Korea, the man who predicted a Trump victory and every presidential win since 1984 makes another prediction: the President will be impeached! Historian Allan Lichtman will be here.
Sparks flew at last night’s Mayoral debate as Bill de Blasio fought City Hall hopefuls Nicole Malliotakis and Bo Dietl in a bare knuckles debate, but did it change any minds? We’ll have the full report with WNYC’s City Hall reporter, Brigid Bergin. Once a victim, now he’s a leading voice for equality and for caution. On “National Coming Out Day,” Zeke […]
Sparks flew at last night’s Mayoral debate as Bill de Blasio fought City Hall hopefuls Nicole Malliotakis and Bo Dietl in a bare knuckles debate, but did it change any minds? We’ll have the full report with WNYC’s City Hall reporter, Brigid Bergin.
Days after the disgraced former studio head and Hollywood heavyweight Harvey Weinstein was fired from his own company, the list of sexual harassment claims against him grows and the message it’s sending reverberates, not just in New York and Hollywood, but in homes across America. We’ll hear from one of the women who accuses Weinstein and from Gretchen Carlson, who […]
The candidates for Mayor may have marched together in yesterday’s Columbus Day Parade, but tonight they’ll come face-to-face in tonight’s first New York City Mayoral debate. What can be expected? We’ll have analysis from Jarrett Murphy, the Executive Editor and Publisher of “City Limits.”
800,000 young immigrants will lose their legal status unless congress passes a Dreamer Act. We talk to a young “Dreamer” and activist who takes us inside the fight for his future. Meet New Jersey teacher, Toney Jackson, who is using Hip-Hop and the spoken word in the classroom, and sparking creativity in his fourth graders. A fatal stabbing at a school in […]
800,000 young immigrants will lose their legal status unless Congress passes a Dreamer Act. We talk to a young “Dreamer” and activist who takes us inside the fight for his future.
We’ll take you inside the election that will mark the end of Governor Chris Christie’s tumultuous tenure. Steve Adubato sizes up the candidates and the competition with a preview of “New Jersey’s Next Governor.” Transgender icon Marsha P. Johnson helped spark the Stonewall Riots. But her death here in New York City still remains a mystery. We revisit the case with […]
It’s journalism wrapped in a game. “Freakonomics” host Stephen Dubner is back with a preview of his new, New York show called “Tell Me Something I Don’t Know.” 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 contributing editor at The Atlantic October 5/9:30 — Sas […]