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Mayor de Blasio said his administration financed a record amount of affordable housing during the fiscal year that ended in June.  He said the city... [Read More]
It was about 9:30 on Thursday morning when Immigration Judge Randa Zagzoug called Leo de León's name. The six-year-old child got up from his seat... [Read More]
It's 75 years since the publication of one of author James M. Cain's major claims to fame: Double Indemnity, the crime novel that was adapted... [Read More]
On today's show: Vivian Wang, reporter for the Metro Desk at The New York Times, covering state politics in Albany, talks about latest developments... [Read More]
Gerard Lordahl discusses all things summer urban gardening. Robert Anthony Siegel's memoir charts his family's forays into attempted normalcy and challenges our notions of right and wrong. Rachel... [Read More]
Robert Anthony Siegel discusses his new book, Criminals: My Family's Life on Both Sides of the Law. Siegel's father, a criminal defense attorney, ended up... [Read More]
James Hohmann, national political correspondent for The Washington Post, author of The Daily 202 and anchor of Power Post, and Cristina Maza, reporter covering foreign policy and international... [Read More]
Downtown West Side) who speaks about the bills she has sponsored that passed in the Assembly, but remain blocked in the Senate, the Speed Camera... [Read More]
Singer and actor Alicia Witt discusses her upcoming EP, 15,000 Days and the music video for her new single "Younger." She'll also be talking about her acting... [Read More]
Rachel Dretzin and Andrew Solomon discuss Dretzin's documentary Far From the Tree, which is based on Solomon's book of the same title. Solomon's book examines... [Read More]
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez hasn't won her own Congressional race yet. But she's already taking her campaign national. Just a month ago, the former bartender was... [Read More]
Immigration advocates claim the U.S. government is clearing detention space at the southwest border to make room for more migrants and their families, by moving hundreds... [Read More]
Everyone is from somewhere else, tell us your story or the story of how your family came to America. Why did you or your family... [Read More]
Annie Snider discusses the Environmental Protection Agency's latest report that says most Americans inhale enough formaldehyde vapor in the course of daily life to put... [Read More]
Andrew Jacobs, a reporter for The New York Times, discusses his article, "Opposition to Breastfeeding Resolution by U.S. Stuns World Health Officials." Recently, a U.S. delegation... [Read More]
Dr. Irwin Redlener, president emeritus and co-founder of the Children's Health Fund, professor of pediatrics and director of the National Center for Disaster Preparedness at... [Read More]
On today's show: Lauren Gambino, Guardian U.S. political correspondent, talks about President Trump's trip to Europe and reactions to his embrace of President Putin while... [Read More]
Wes Enzinna and Shane Johnson discuss Enzinna's recent piece for Mother Jones, "Inside the Radical, Uncomfortable Movement to Reform White Supremacists" for which Johnson is the subject. Enzinna dives... [Read More]
The Environmental Protection Agency's latest report says formaldehyde is one of the most commonly used chemicals in the country. It can be found in cosmetics,... [Read More]
Actor Diane Guerrero discusses her new book, My Family Divided: One Girl's Journey of Home, Loss, and Hope. Before landing a spot on the Netflix show "Orange is... [Read More]
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