Host Juan Torres-Falcon talks with Daniel Neils, a founding partner at Alpha One Capital Partners about The Dow Jones’s wild ride this past week.
A smart speaker that integrates Siri, Apple’s Homepod may be behind the current competition. Kasiana McLenaghan has the story.
It can be expensive to be charged with a crime. For those facing charges, there can be lawyer’s fees, court costs, and lost wages. And currently the city keeps three percent of your bail deposit – even if you show up for court. But that all changes next week.
New Jersey’s 11th Congressional district is gearing up for a fight. The Northern suburban district has been under Republican leadership for three decades. But last week, longtime incumbent Rodney Frelinghuysen announced that he’s retiring at the end of his term. This historically red district may turn blue. Jennifer Sigl has the story.
Last week, Governor Andrew Cuomo released a new plan to build offshore wind farms in New York. The Offshore Wind Master Plan charts a course for the state to power over a million homes with clean wind energy by 2030. The plan calls for wind farms to be built 20 miles off the coast of Long Island. It’s been applauded by many… But as Bo Hamby reports, not everyone is jumping on board.
Mayor De Blasio recently announced he’s speeding up a plan to equip the NYPD with body cameras. A couple thousand are already in use, but he wants all patrol officers to wear cameras by the end of this year – that’s one year earlier than planned. The $20 million program was ordered by a federal judge in 2013, after finding that the NYPD’s stop-and-frisk tactics were targeting minorities. But advocates are asking whether moving the plan faster going to help. Juliette Jabkhiro has the story.
We are having one of the worst flu seasons in decades. In New York City alone there’s been record-high hospitalizations and deaths. Doctors insists a flu shot will help even late in the season, but some people are questioning if it’s worth it. Meira Gebel has the story.
There are lots of… strange places in New York. In January, we sent our Alissa Escarse to explore one bizarre corner of the East Village.. at Obscura Antiques and Oddities.
In January, viewers packed a local New York comedy club. Our reporter, Dan Raab, found that being a comic isn’t always a laughing matter.