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'Buffalo Billion' transparency; history and politics of the old and new Tappan Zee Bridge.
Construction of the new Tappan Zee Bridge; interview with Congressman Chris Gibson.
One-on-one interview with Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul.
Heather Briccetti explains her thoughts on Cuomo's 2015 business approach.
Companies from all over the country are trying to get one of the five licenses.
Examine the improbable North Country prison escape and subsequent manhunt.
Democratic Senator Mike Gianaris on ethics, Governor Cuomo, and end of session.
Former Gov. Pataki announces presidential run; fight over the extension of rent control.
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Jenna Flanagan visits a downstate company hoping to grow and distribute medical marijuana.
Tenants push for stronger rent control laws in New York.
Discover the lesser known health threats transmitted by ticks.
Innovation Trail report on push to expand high-speed internet access in New York.
Learn about the updated Campus Safety Act and hear from victims' rights advocates.
Students Cy-Mier Dace & Amir Shabazz share their educational experiences after the taping.
Teacher Jamila Davis shares her reactions to the taping.
Schenectady City School District Superintendent, Larry Spring shares additional thoughts.