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Radiolab Cohost Krulwich Reflects on His Radio Legacy

Robert Krulwich, co-host of Radiolab, looks back on his long career, from network news to NPR to WNYC.

27 MIN4 d ago
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Radiolab Cohost Krulwich Reflects on His Radio Legacy

City Council Passes Bill to Get 'Reckless Drivers' Off the Streets

Brad Lander,Brooklyn City Council member representing Cobble Hill, Carroll Gardens, Columbia Waterfront, Gowanus, Park Slope, Windsor Terrace, Borough Park, Kensington, talks about the Dangerous Vehicle Abatement Law which would pilot a program that could result in the impoundment of a dangerous driver's car. He explains the law, how drivers can avoid losing their cars, plus talks about the plastic bag ban that goes into effect March 1, which he has long advocated for.

25 MIN4 d ago
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City Council Passes Bill to Get 'Reckless Drivers' Off the Streets

The Latest on the 2020 Campaigns

Joan Walsh,The Nation's national affairs correspondent and a CNN political contributor, talks about the latest news in the 2020 campaign, including why she thinks the other Democrats should welcome Michael Bloomberg to the debate stage next week.

38 MIN4 d ago
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The Latest on the 2020 Campaigns

When Should Kids Get Smartphones?

Micaela Birmingham, writer-director and executive producer at Scary Mommy, talks about her decision to not give her 11-year-old a smartphone and listeners weigh in with their stories.

17 MIN4 d ago
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When Should Kids Get Smartphones?

Trump Wants to Make Travel Harder for New Yorkers

Letitia James, New York Attorney General, talks about the lawsuit New York State just filed against the Trump administration over its policy of banning New Yorkers from enrolling in the Trusted Traveler Program, plus other state legal issues.

23 MIN5 d ago
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Trump Wants to Make Travel Harder for New Yorkers

A Fight Erupts Over Brokers' Fees

Ryan Deffenbaugh,Crain's New York Business reporter, discusses what drove the quick return of brokers' fees just one week after the state rule that renters can't be charged broker fees.

15 MIN5 d ago
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A Fight Erupts Over Brokers' Fees

Can Bloomberg Outrun Stop and Frisk?

Dennis Walcott, president and CEO of the Queens Library, former deputy mayor and NYC schools chancellor under Bloomberg, talks about Bloomberg's candidacy and agenda, and the leaked stop-and-frisk tape. Your calls: should Bloomberg be allowed to outrun stop and frisk?

31 MIN5 d ago
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Can Bloomberg Outrun Stop and Frisk?

Sanders on Top After New Hamphire

With the Iowa and New Hampshire nomination contests tallied and the delegates apportioned, what's next as the candidateshead to more diverse South Carolina and Nevada? Michael Eric Dyson, Georgetown sociology professor, contributing opinion writer for the New York Times, contributing editor of The New Republic, and the author of JAY-Z: Made in America (St. Martin's Press) talks about what Senator Sanders' win means for the next stages of the primary, and other takeaways from last night.

38 MIN5 d ago
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Sanders on Top After New Hamphire

Can NYC Ever Be Lead Free?

Despite laws on the books for landlords to check apartments for lead, and respond to complaints, thousands of kids a year test positive for elevated lead levels. Christopher Werth, senior editor at the WNYC Narrative Unit, Matthew Chachère, staff lawyer at North Manhattan Improvement Corporation, and Cordell Cleare, activist in the fight against lead poisoning, talk about the continued fight to get the city to enforce its lead laws.

26 MIN6 d ago
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Can NYC Ever Be Lead Free?

Pretend You Know Me

What would you do if a stranger came up to you, hugged you, told you they were being followed, and asked you to pretend to be their friend to scare off the danger? It's more common than you'd think. We opened the phones for stories like this.

20 MIN6 d ago
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Pretend You Know Me

Latest Episodes

Radiolab Cohost Krulwich Reflects on His Radio Legacy

Robert Krulwich, co-host of Radiolab, looks back on his long career, from network news to NPR to WNYC.

27 MIN4 d ago
Comments
Radiolab Cohost Krulwich Reflects on His Radio Legacy

City Council Passes Bill to Get 'Reckless Drivers' Off the Streets

Brad Lander,Brooklyn City Council member representing Cobble Hill, Carroll Gardens, Columbia Waterfront, Gowanus, Park Slope, Windsor Terrace, Borough Park, Kensington, talks about the Dangerous Vehicle Abatement Law which would pilot a program that could result in the impoundment of a dangerous driver's car. He explains the law, how drivers can avoid losing their cars, plus talks about the plastic bag ban that goes into effect March 1, which he has long advocated for.

25 MIN4 d ago
Comments
City Council Passes Bill to Get 'Reckless Drivers' Off the Streets

The Latest on the 2020 Campaigns

Joan Walsh,The Nation's national affairs correspondent and a CNN political contributor, talks about the latest news in the 2020 campaign, including why she thinks the other Democrats should welcome Michael Bloomberg to the debate stage next week.

38 MIN4 d ago
Comments
The Latest on the 2020 Campaigns

When Should Kids Get Smartphones?

Micaela Birmingham, writer-director and executive producer at Scary Mommy, talks about her decision to not give her 11-year-old a smartphone and listeners weigh in with their stories.

17 MIN4 d ago
Comments
When Should Kids Get Smartphones?

Trump Wants to Make Travel Harder for New Yorkers

Letitia James, New York Attorney General, talks about the lawsuit New York State just filed against the Trump administration over its policy of banning New Yorkers from enrolling in the Trusted Traveler Program, plus other state legal issues.

23 MIN5 d ago
Comments
Trump Wants to Make Travel Harder for New Yorkers

A Fight Erupts Over Brokers' Fees

Ryan Deffenbaugh,Crain's New York Business reporter, discusses what drove the quick return of brokers' fees just one week after the state rule that renters can't be charged broker fees.

15 MIN5 d ago
Comments
A Fight Erupts Over Brokers' Fees

Can Bloomberg Outrun Stop and Frisk?

Dennis Walcott, president and CEO of the Queens Library, former deputy mayor and NYC schools chancellor under Bloomberg, talks about Bloomberg's candidacy and agenda, and the leaked stop-and-frisk tape. Your calls: should Bloomberg be allowed to outrun stop and frisk?

31 MIN5 d ago
Comments
Can Bloomberg Outrun Stop and Frisk?

Sanders on Top After New Hamphire

With the Iowa and New Hampshire nomination contests tallied and the delegates apportioned, what's next as the candidateshead to more diverse South Carolina and Nevada? Michael Eric Dyson, Georgetown sociology professor, contributing opinion writer for the New York Times, contributing editor of The New Republic, and the author of JAY-Z: Made in America (St. Martin's Press) talks about what Senator Sanders' win means for the next stages of the primary, and other takeaways from last night.

38 MIN5 d ago
Comments
Sanders on Top After New Hamphire

Can NYC Ever Be Lead Free?

Despite laws on the books for landlords to check apartments for lead, and respond to complaints, thousands of kids a year test positive for elevated lead levels. Christopher Werth, senior editor at the WNYC Narrative Unit, Matthew Chachère, staff lawyer at North Manhattan Improvement Corporation, and Cordell Cleare, activist in the fight against lead poisoning, talk about the continued fight to get the city to enforce its lead laws.

26 MIN6 d ago
Comments
Can NYC Ever Be Lead Free?

Pretend You Know Me

What would you do if a stranger came up to you, hugged you, told you they were being followed, and asked you to pretend to be their friend to scare off the danger? It's more common than you'd think. We opened the phones for stories like this.

20 MIN6 d ago
Comments
Pretend You Know Me
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