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Annual review of the year in politics plus a look ahead to 2016.
Revisit Hillary Clinton's first run for public office in 2000.
Water crisis in Hoosick Falls; new chief judge for the Court of Appeals.
Recap of Governor Andrew Cuomo's sixth State of the State.
Watch Governor Andrew Cuomo's 2016 State of the State and Budget Address.
Program introduces older adults to computers & the internet; legislators back in session.
Prof. Hursh on his new book; analysis of the Skelos verdict; coping with mental illness.
Discussion of the Dean Skelos trial, Common Core reboot, & the annual REDC awards.
Innovation Trail report on the water crisis in Hoosick Falls.
Innovation Trail looks at coping with mental illness through performance art.
Innovation Trail looks at the debate on how best to control the robust deer population.
Times Union's Paul Grondahl and WMHT's Nicole Van Slyke discuss 'The Dragon Lives Here.'
Innovation Trail report on the uncertain future for coal plants in New York.
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.
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