Season 2011

    Video thumbnail: New York NOW 2011: A Year of Transformation

    New York NOW

    2011: A Year of Transformation

    Discussion of the radical changes that took place in New York state politics in 2011.

    2011: A Year of Transformation

    Video thumbnail: New York NOW Caro on LBJ and Robert Moses

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    Caro on LBJ and Robert Moses

    Pulitzer-winner Robert Caro discusses biographies of LBJ and master builder Robert Moses.

    Caro on LBJ and Robert Moses

    Video thumbnail: New York NOW In Saranac, a Retail Alternative

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    In Saranac, a Retail Alternative

    Saranac Lake residents eschew 'big box store' trend and build their own retail store.

    In Saranac, a Retail Alternative

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    DEC's Martens on Hydrofracking

    New York's top environmental regulator Joe Martens answers questions about hydrofracking.

    DEC's Martens on Hydrofracking

    Video thumbnail: New York NOW School Districts Grapple Possibilities

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    School Districts Grapple Possibilities

    New York State Education Commissioner King discusses backing of school district mergers.

    School Districts Grapple Possibilities

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    Soares Won't Prosecute 'Occupy' Group

    Albany District Attorney David Soares will not prosecute Occupy Albany demonstrators.

    Soares Won't Prosecute 'Occupy' Group

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    Niagara Falls Eyes Comeback

    Tourist dollars aren't traveling far at America's most popular state park, Niagara Falls.

    Niagara Falls Eyes Comeback

    Video thumbnail: New York NOW Kolb Decries 'Millionaire's Tax'

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    Kolb Decries 'Millionaire's Tax'

    Assembly Minority Leader Brian Kolb condemns proposal which he labels a 'success tax.'

    Kolb Decries 'Millionaire's Tax'

    Video thumbnail: New York NOW Anti-Violence Program Defunded

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    Anti-Violence Program Defunded

    Loss of funding for New York's SNUG ('guns' spelled backwards) program raises concerns.

    Anti-Violence Program Defunded

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    Burke Addresses Institutional Abuse

    Office of People With Developmental Disabilities commissioner responds to abuse reports.

    Burke Addresses Institutional Abuse

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    Occupy Wall Street Ranks Swell

    'New York NOW' explores goals, strategies of Manhattan's Occupy Wall Street demonstrators.

    Occupy Wall Street Ranks Swell

    Video thumbnail: New York NOW Cry for Champlain Bridge Escalates

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    Cry for Champlain Bridge Escalates

    Southern Champlain Valley businesses eagerly await lifeline via new Crown Point bridge.

    Cry for Champlain Bridge Escalates

    Video thumbnail: New York NOW New Jobs Dawn as Others Are Cut

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    New Jobs Dawn as Others Are Cut

    PEF union vote yields job losses, but companies announce $4.4 billion investment in area.

    New Jobs Dawn as Others Are Cut

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    Tech Valley Innovation Conversation

    Is New York's Capital Region ready to embrace the area's current technological boom?

    Tech Valley Innovation Conversation

    Video thumbnail: New York NOW Redistricting Begins in Controversy

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    Redistricting Begins in Controversy

    Will electoral map be redrawn by the legislature, as usual, or by an independent group?

    Redistricting Begins in Controversy

    Video thumbnail: New York NOW Turner's Win: A Message for Obama?

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    Turner's Win: A Message for Obama?

    New York's typically solidly-Democratic Ninth District elects Republican Bob Turner.

    Turner's Win: A Message for Obama?

    Video thumbnail: New York NOW Nadler Reflects on 9/11

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    Nadler Reflects on 9/11

    Congressman Jerry Nadler criticizes officials' response to air quality safety after 9/11.

    Nadler Reflects on 9/11

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    Cleaning Up After Irene

    State Director of Operations Howard Glaser discusses the response to Hurricane Irene.

    Cleaning Up After Irene

    Video thumbnail: New York NOW Can Racing Association Get Stable?

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    Can Racing Association Get Stable?

    In wake of state bailout, NYRA President Charlie Hayward says industry is gaining ground.

    Can Racing Association Get Stable?

    Video thumbnail: New York NOW Buffalo Seeks Path to Renewal

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    Buffalo Seeks Path to Renewal

    Buffalonians discuss plans to reposition their once-booming city in the global economy.

    Buffalo Seeks Path to Renewal

    Video thumbnail: New York NOW AG on Gay Marriage, Energy Lawsuits

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    AG on Gay Marriage, Energy Lawsuits

    New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman discusses lawsuits on gay marriage and energy.

    AG on Gay Marriage, Energy Lawsuits

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    Will Grisanti Pay for Gay Marriage Vote?

    One of four GOP state senators to vote for marriage equality takes heat from Republicans.

    Will Grisanti Pay for Gay Marriage Vote?

    Video thumbnail: New York NOW Lincoln Historian Harold Holzer

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    Lincoln Historian Harold Holzer

    Historian Harold Holzer discusses the life and legacy of Abraham Lincoln with Matt Ryan.

    Lincoln Historian Harold Holzer

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    Hydrofracking Study Stirs Debate

    NY DEC Commissioner Joe Martens discusses why he thinks hydraulic fracturing is safe.

    Hydrofracking Study Stirs Debate