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Journalist James Risen, The Intercept's senior national security correspondent, talks about his latest story, "The Biggest Secret: My Life as a New York Times Reporter... [Read More]
Hébert Peck discusses the Oscar-nominated documentary, "I Am Not Your Negro," which he produced with his brother, director Raoul Peck. Journalist Ted Conover talks about his latest article for The Smithsonian Magazine called, "The Strike... [Read More]
The media often attributes a portion of Donald Trump's election to fake news — as in the vintage, original meaning of that term: Macedonian teens making... [Read More]
On January 2nd, President Trump tweeted that he would be "announcing THE MOST DISHONEST & CORRUPT MEDIA AWARDS OF THE YEAR" on Monday, January 8th, which would... [Read More]
More than two years behind schedule, the first subway cars of a $740 million order by the MTA the tracks Friday. Eight new cars ran... [Read More]
Dan Weiss, president and CEO of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, talks about the museum's decision to charge out of state visitors a mandatory admissions... [Read More]
Leslie Gelb, the man who supervised the team that compiled the Pentagon Papers, wasn't a character in the new Hollywood drama, "The Post." He is rarely... [Read More]
Nancy Solomon, managing editor of New Jersey Public Radio, discusses Chris Christie's final moments as governor of New Jersey and recaps his tenure. Plus,... [Read More]
Long-time gossip journalist Michael Wolff spent nine months "becoming part of the furniture" in the Trump White House. His resulting bestselling book Fire and Fury offers on-the-record quotes... [Read More]
In the days after Trump's election, journalist Masha Gessen penned a viral piece in the New York Review of Books called "Autocracy: Rules for Survival" — a sort of... [Read More]
Elise Damas, lawyer and director of the Pathway to Citizenship Long Island at Central American Refugee Center (CARECEN), discusses the legal implications of the dozens... [Read More]
Bill de Blasio, mayor of New York City, takes calls from listeners and discusses this week in NYC including the monument commission's decision to keep... [Read More]
New Yorker staff writer Jonathan Blitzer discusses his recent piece in the January 1 issue, "The Teens Trapped Between a Gang and The Law." He reports... [Read More]
The nation's largest employer had some good news for some of its employees yesterday: Walmart announced that it be doling out bonuses and new benefits to many... [Read More]
In 2008, the Library of Congress, along with the Children's Book Council and the literacy non-profit Every Child a Reader, created a new position to promote children's... [Read More]
The Trump Administration announced Thursday that states could impose a work requirement on many Americans who rely on Medicaid. It's the first time in the plan's... [Read More]
In the early hours of Tuesday morning in Montecito, a quiet, affluent town near Santa Barbara, California, neighbors woke up to a horrifying scene: Mud... [Read More]
The New York City Department of Education has given parents an extra week to apply for kindergarten in the city's public schools. The... [Read More]
Earlier this week, we asked if you've ever had conversations about your salary with your coworkers, and whether those talks revealed pay inequity in your workplace.... [Read More]
Writer/director Andrey Zvyagintsev discusses his new film Loveless. It tells the story of Russian couple Zhenya and Boris who are going through a vicious divorce marked by... [Read More]
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