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  1. Pushing for Impeachment 2018/01/05

    Tom Steyer , billionaire hedge fund manager and Democratic party donor and activist, talks about his online petition effort, with more than four million signatures, that's calling for the impeachment of President Trump -- and the pushback from some other Democrats.

  2. Legislative Priorities for New York Senate Democrats in 2018 2018/01/05

    As the new legislative session begins in Albany, Andrea Stewart-Cousins , New York State Senate Minority Leader (D-35), reacts to the governor's State of the State address and talks about a package of bills to combat sexual harassment, a potential re-unification deal with the IDC and more legislative priorities.

  3. Rolling Back Marijuana Legalization 2018/01/05

    Maria McFarland Sánchez-Moreno , executive director of the Drug Policy Alliance, talks about Attorney General Jeff Sessions' decision to rescind Obama-era guidance by the Department of Justice allowing states to implement their own marijuana laws with limited federal interference.

  4. Ask the Mayor: Tackling the Cold, Heat Outage in NYCHA, Congestion Pricing 2018/01/05
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  5. Ask the Mayor; The New York State Democrats' 2018 Legislative Priorities; Sessions to Roll Back Marijuana Legalization; Pushing for Impeachment 2018/01/05
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  6. Firm Behind Russia Dossier Calls for Release of Its Testimony 2018/01/04

    David Corn , Washington bureau chief of Mother Jones and MSNBC analyst, talks about recent reporting that the Trump Russia investigation was triggered by a tip from U.S. allies, not the Christopher Steele dossier.

  7. The Bomb Cyclone Phenomenon 2018/01/04
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  8. Brian Lehrer Weekend: Getting Algorithms Right, When Cities Bus the Homeless Out of Town, Making the Case for the Humanities 2018/01/04

    In case you missed them, hear three of our favorite segments from the week:

    Getting Algorithms Right (First) | When Cities Buy the Homeless Out of Town (Starts 24:00) | Making the Case for the Humanities (Starts 44:30)

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  9. When Cities Buy the Homeless Out of Town 2018/01/04

    Alastair Gee , homelessness editor for The Guardian U.S., talks about the common practice of municipalities buying one-way bus or plane tickets out of town for their homeless residents and whether it helps end homelessness or just shifts it around the country.

  10. Elected Officials Weigh in on the Governor's State of the State Address 2018/01/04

    Alicia Hyndman , New York state assembly member for the 29th district, and David Carlucci , New York state senator for the 38th district, react to Governor Cuomo's State of the State address.

  11. Firm Behind Russia Dossier Calls for Its Testimony to Be Released; The State of the State; What Happens When Cities Buy the Homeless Out of Town; 2018/01/04
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  12. Making the Case for the Humanities 2018/01/03

    The annual MLA Convention opens Thursday in Midtown and Paula Krebs , executive director of the Modern Language Association (MLA), argues for getting beyond the ivory tower and the value of a humanities education to students and the larger society.

  13. Global Political Risks of 2018 2018/01/03

    Ian Bremmer , president of Eurasia Group and the author of Superpower: Three Choices for America's Role in the World (Portfolio, 2015), offers his annual look ahead at global political risks.

  14. Getting Algorithms Right 2018/01/03
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  15. Rep. Gottheimer Talks 2018 Priorities in Congress 2018/01/03

    Rep. Josh Gottheimer (D-NJ) talks about congressional priorities in 2018, including his plans for the Problem Solvers Caucus, a bi-partisan group he co-chairs.

  16. Rep. Gottheimer Talks 2018 Priorities in Congress; Algorithms for Better or Worse?; The Top Political Risks of 2018; Humanities Convening 2018/01/03
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  17. What's Ahead in Local Politics 2018/01/02

    Christina Greer , associate professor of political science at Fordham University and author of Black Ethnics: Race, Immigration, and the Pursuit of the American Dream (Oxford University Press, 2013), and Ben Max , executive editor of Gotham Gazette, look ahead to 2018 in New York City and State politics.

  18. Leaving White Supremacy 2018/01/02

    Christian Picciolini , co-founder of Life After Hate and the author of White American Youth: My Descent into America's Most Violent Hate Movement--and How I Got Out (Hachette Books, 2017), tells his story of extremism and its aftermath of working against the white power movement he helped lead.

  19. News From Your Desk 2018/01/02
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  20. National Politics in the New Year 2018/01/02
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  21. 2018 in National Politics; Tuesday Morning Politics: New York City and State Edition; News From Your Desk; Mainstream Hatred 2018/01/02
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  22. Revolution Song; NJ Millennials; Space; A.J. Jacobs, Masks, and The Clothes 2018/01/01
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  23. Brian Lehrer Weekend: An Unseemly Presidential Transition, College Essays: How Much Help Is Fair?, The Best Books of 2017 2017/12/29

    In case you missed them, hear three of our favorite segments from the week:

    An Unseemly Presidential Transition (First) | College Essays: How Much Help Is Fair? (Starts 17:47) | The Best Books of 2017 (Starts 42:05)

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  24. Year-End New Quiz 2017/12/29

    A look back at this year’s biggest and most memorable news stories with Kate Hinds , editor at WNYC.

  25. Getting Your Head Straight 2017/12/29

    Did you self-medicate with alcohol or other substances to get through the stress of 2017? Ana Marie Cox , host of the podcast With Friends Like These, takes calls and talks about getting your head straight in 2018.

  26. Ask the Mayor: Deadly Fire in the Bronx, Record Low Crime and the Search for a New School Chancellor 2017/12/29
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  27. Ask the Mayor; Did You Drink Too Much in 2017?; Year-End New Quiz 2017/12/29
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  28. Year-End Tax Strategies 2017/12/28

    Deborah Jacobs , independent journalist, personal finance blogger, lawyer, author of Estate Planning Smarts (DJWorking Unlimited Inc, 2011) and other books for consumers, clarifies some information about Governor Cuomo's executive order allowing pre-payment of property taxes, and offers more tax strategies for this year, in light of the new tax law.

  29. The Mueller Investigation: Looking Back and Forward 2017/12/28

    Andrea Bernstein , senior editor for politics and policy for WNYC News, looks back at the Mueller investigation into ties between the Trump campaign and Russia, talks about how her reporting on Donald Trump, Jr. and Ivanka Trump play into that and where the investigation will go from now on.

  30. An Unseemly Presidential Transition 2017/12/28

    From President Hoover to President Roosevelt, Amy Davidson Sorkin , staff writer at The New Yorker , discusses the lessons from an unseemly presidential transition, plus the latest in political news. Read her story in The New Yorker

  31. Chancellor Fariña is Stepping Down 2017/12/28
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  32. Code Blue For NYC 2017/12/28
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  33. Code Blue For NYC; Chancellor Fariña Stepping Down; Wednesday Morning Politics; The Mueller Investigation: Looking Back and Forward; Year-End Tax Strategies 2017/12/28
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  34. How One Vote Changed the Virginia Statehouse 2017/12/27

    Joan Walsh , The Nation's national affairs correspondent and host of Sunday Calling, talks about how a single vote in Virginia ended the GOP's control of the statehouse.

  35. College Essays: How Much Help Is Fair? 2017/12/27

    Scott Jaschik , editor and co-founder of Inside Higher Ed, talks about the growing trend of parents hiring essay coaches to help their kids write their college admission essays and whether the practice is fair.

  36. Making the New Minimum Wage Work 2017/12/27

    After December 31, employers will have to pay at least $13 an hour for businesses with 11 or more employees. Cara Eisenpress , contributing writer for Crain's New York Business, and Molly Nugent , freelance journalist ,discuss how small business owners in New York are grappling with the increase in labor costs. Read their story here.

  37. What You Need to Know About Filing Your Taxes 2017/12/27

    Jonathan Medows , of Medows CPA, PLLC, answers questions about what to do now to prepare for the new tax bill.

  38. Holiday Week Politics; Making the New Minimum Wage Work; College Essays: How Much Help Is Fair? 2017/12/27
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  39. Robert Reich on Saving Capitalism; Counting the 'Uncounted'; The Interlaced History of Hoaxes and Race; What It Means to Have a 'Wrongful Birth'; Grammar Rules 2017/12/26
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  40. Brian Lehrer Weekend: Racial Stereotypes in the Media, Holiday Tipping, How to Raise Sweet Kids 2017/12/22

    In case you missed them, hear three of our favorite segments from the week:

    Racial Stereotypes in the Media (First) | Holiday Tipping (Starts 28:15) | How to Raise Sweet Kids (Starts 56:57)

    If you don't subscribe to the Brian Lehrer Show on iTunes, you can do that here .

  41. The Year in Talk (and Text) Therapy 2017/12/22

    Shannon McFarlin , vice president of Therapist Development & Community at Talkspace and Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, and Bea Arthur , licensed therapist, the past year in talk, and text, therapy -- which trends and themes emerged in sessions with patients.

    This segment was guest hosted by Juan Manuel Benítez .

  42. How To Report on UFOs 2017/12/22

    New York Times contributor Ralph Blumenthal discusses the $22 million program in the Pentagon that investigates UFOs and what it took to break the story. Read the story here.

    Watch this video from The Times of U.S. Navy jet's encounter with an unknown object in the sky.

    This segment was guest hosted by Juan Manuel Benítez .

  43. Reporters Talk About the Firing of NYPR Hosts Leonard Lopate and Jonathan Schwartz 2017/12/22

    WNYC reporters Ilya Marritz and Jessica Gould report on the news that longtime New York Public Radio hosts Leonard Lopate and Jonathan Schwartz have been fired for violating “standards for providing an inclusive, appropriate, and respectful work environment.” Read the full story here.

  44. Is There Still Hope for 'Dreamers?' 2017/12/22
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  45. How Putin Won Big 2017/12/22

    Julia Ioffe , who covers national security and foreign policy topics for The Atlantic , discusses how Russia's strongman president took a gamble on manipulating the American public, and how that risk payed off.

    This segment was guest hosted by Juan Manuel Benítez .

  46. How Putin Won Big; Is There Still Hope for 'Dreamers?'; How To Report on UFOs 2017/12/22
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  47. Keeping the Holidays Bright 2017/12/21
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  48. #MeToo in Ford's Chicago Factories 2017/12/21
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  49. Christmas In Rikers Is Extremely Cold 2017/12/21
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  50. After the Tax Bill 2017/12/21

    Heather McGhee , president of Demos Action, talks about what comes next after the tax bill and the latest in national political news.

    This segment was guest hosted by Sarah Gonzalez.

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