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On his third deployment to Afghanistan, Army Staff Sgt. Travis Mills lost all four limbs.
The region's infrastructure ages while Congress debates funding.
We explain the turf war that raging between Uber and NYC's yellow cabs.
We talk with a young opera star about her tribute track to U.S. service members.
An elderly mom struggles with putting her disabled daughter into a nursing home.
Cable news reporter Laurie Dhue, explains her years-long battle with addiction.
We explain NY Gov. Cuomo's proposed transgender anti-discrimination protections.
Brooklyn DA Ken Thompson tells us how he’s aiming to stop the flow of illegal guns.
Was LBJ's anti-poverty policy "Great Society" a great success?
We discuss the JFK conspiracy with Gerald Posner, author of a book on the case.
Former Assistant Sec. of State on Public Affairs P.J. Crowley reacts to Clinton's speech.