New York City Councilman Corey Johnson’s demands to be heard during the healthcare showdown got him arrested outside of Sen. Mitch McConnell’s office. He’ll be here to give us the inside story. Is there a way to completely ‘rethink’ New York’s failing transit system? We’ll hear from our guest Jim Venturi, the Founder and Principal Designer of ReThinkNYC. A new program […]
The death of Michael Brown at the hands of Ferguson Police left our country on edge. Thomas Jackson, the former Chief of Police of that city, joins us to discuss his new book “Policing Ferguson, Policing America,” and takes us inside the tension and the fight to ease them.
Two hit-and-run deaths in Brooklyn this weekend have pushed City Council members and cyclist enthusiasts for protections on our dangerous streets. We talk to Paul Steely White, the Executive Director of Transportation Alternatives, to find out what steps his organization is pushing for to make the city streets safer for cyclists. It’s shark week, but sharks in the city? They […]
Presidential Advisor and son-in-law Jared Kushner faced the Senate Intelligence Committee and in a prepared and unsworn statement declared he did not collude with Russian operatives during the election. Now we wait for Donald Trump Jr. and Paul Manafort to do the same. Former Watergate Special Prosecutor Jill Wine-Banks will be here with analysis.
How was the start of your commute week? Snags plagued some systems, and while a blame game goes on between the mayor and the governor, a bigger issue surfaces: is it time to ban food from the platforms and trains? All the issues we’re facing this week as these “days of delays” creep on. Presidential Advisor and son-in-law Jared Kushner faced […]
NYC Comptroller Scott Stringer has his eye on our rail system’s “days or delays,” and how they are impacting us all, and more importantly, what’s being done. Queens Congressman Joe Crowley is back. He wants to ensure healthcare for all, including undocumented immigrants who worked the smoldering pit after 9/11. Did you know that jazz legend John Coltrane lived and […]
Queens Congressman Joe Crowley is back. He wants to ensure healthcare for all, including undocumented immigrants who worked the smoldering pit after 9/11.
NYC Comptroller Scott Stringer has his eye on our rail system’s “days or delays,” and how they are impacting us all, and more importantly, what’s being done.
The maverick of the Senate, John McCain, often a voice of dissent within his own party, is diagnosed with brain cancer. The President voices major disappointment with his appointment of Jeff Sessions as Attorney General in light of the Russia investigation. New York Congressman Joe Crowley joins us to discuss the latest on these stories and more. Astronaut Buzz Aldrin takes […]