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A Bronx nonprofit leader who advertised ID cards he said could protect undocumented immigrants from being detained by federal authorities has been fined $38,950, after... [Read More]
John Raskin, executive director of the Riders Alliance, and Aaron W. Gordon, transportation reporter and author of the weekly subway newsletter Signal Problems, discuss the... [Read More]
Coming up on today's show:  Elana Schor, congressional reporter for Politico, talks about the latest national political news, especially Brett Kavanaugh's Supreme Court nomination, which is... [Read More]
As North Carolina residents are dealing with catastrophic flooding, Brakkton Booker, a reporter and producer for NPR's Washington desk, gives an update on the damage from... [Read More]
Doris Kearns Goodwin, historian, political commentator, and author of Leadership: In Turbulent Times (Simon & Schuster, 2018) draws on her deep knowledge of American presidents to... [Read More]
Executive editor of Recode, host and co-executive producer of the Recode Decode podcast, Code Conference, and contributing opinion columnist for The New York Times, Kara Swisher,... [Read More]
The New York Times television critic Margaret Lyons, Matt Zoller Seitz, editor at Large of RogerEbert.com, TV critic for New York Magazine and Vulture.com, and cultural critic and editor of... [Read More]
Margaret Lyons, Matt Zoller Seitz, Rebecca Carroll, and Cara Cusumano discuss this year's Emmy Awards and the upcoming Tribeca TV Festival. Kara Swisher unpacks the current digital... [Read More]
 Patrick J. McGinnis, investor and author of The 10% Entrepreneur: Live Your Startup Dream Without Quitting Your Day Job, joins us to discuss FOMO and FOBO.... [Read More]
Coming up on today's show: Susan Page, Washington bureau chief of USA TODAY, discusses the latest in national political news. Susan Lerner,... [Read More]
New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy pledged to fix the train system, yet NJ Transit is still plagued with cancellations, delays and equipment break-downs. What's more, he... [Read More]
More than a year after the MTA rolled out a stabilization plan meant to reduce subway delays, morning commutes are still slowed by extensive signal... [Read More]
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Gothamist's Jake Offenhartz and The Intercept's Ava Kofman join Alison Stewart to discuss what the LinkNYC kiosks are meant to do and they are doing with the data they collect. What are... [Read More]
Ani DiFranco joins us to perform live in-studio and discuss her work with EMILY's List, an organization dedicated to electing pro-choice Democratic female candidates. ... [Read More]
Playwright Geraldine Inoa and actor Roland Lane join us to discuss their new production "Scraps" now playing at The Flea Theater through September 29. The play focuses on... [Read More]
Louis Hyman joins Alison Stewart to discuss his new book Temp: How American Work, American Business, and the American Dream Became Temporary. Hyman tracks the shift in... [Read More]
Polina Veksler and Alexandra Waldman join Alison Stewart to discuss founding Universal Standard, a new plus-size clothing company that is revolutionizing the way plus-size clothing looks and... [Read More]
Ani DiFranco performs live in-studio and discusses EMILY's List. New York Public Radio's director of archives Andy Lanset debuts a new series that brings us deep... [Read More]
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