First, find out how Gov. Cuomo wants to prevent teens from going through abuse at Rikers Island. Then, the Simon Wiesenthal Center tells us how bad hate and terror speech is online. Finally, is climate change killing one of America’s treasures? PBS’s “NATURE” has the answer and a sneak peek at tonight’s must see episode.
Teens who enter Rikers Island often exit after suffering abuse at the hands of older inmates. Find out how Governor Cuomo wants to change that. To learn more about “Rikers: An American Jail” go to: Rikers Film If you want to see Ismael’s TED Talk click here: TED Talk For more information on Raise the Age and The Fortune […]
Did your child skip today’s state-wide exam? We have the statistics. A drastic decline in New Yorkers taking and even passing their High School Equivalency Exams. Find out why. How do you prosecute war criminals whose crimes are unspeakable? An exclusive first look at PBS’s new 3 part series, “Dead Reckoning.” Author Lee Child tells us about his creation, marine hero Jack […]
Author Lee Child tells us about his creation, marine hero Jack Reacher and the sketchy situations he puts him in. Calling all Jack Reacher fans: watch our full interview with Lee Child below where he talks even more about creating your favorite character, his writing process, and what he really thinks about the movie franchise.
A girl with a will of iron continues to inspire. And, after the failure to repeal & replace Obamacare what does the future hold for Paul Ryan, President Trump and the Metro Area? 1 in 5 elderly New Yorkers live in poverty. Will you be one? Can you afford to retire? We break down the problems and offer solutions with […]
1 in 5 elderly New Yorkers live in poverty. Will you be one? Can you afford to retire? We break down the problems and offer solutions with AARP Director Beth Finkel.
First, all charges were dropped against Eric Garner’s mother and other Trump protestors this week, as as long as they stay out of trouble. Then, DEA agent James Hunt takes us through the journey of what it’s like fighting heroin. Finally, Vicki Lawrence takes us behind the scenes of life with Carol Burnett, on and off camera.