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Craig Newmark: Helping America's Veterans

CRAIGSLIST FOUNDER ON MAJOR PHILANTHROPIC EFFORTS AIMED AT VETERANS AND FAMILY MEMBERS

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Duration: 00:07:02


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A Return to Roots

A rare and intimate look at New York’s Mohawk tribe.

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Duration: 00:13:22


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Military Adoptions

Stereotypes concerning our servicemembers made it difficult for one veteran to start a family.

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Duration: 00:09:16;17


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Hofstra Law Helps Veterans

Hofstra Law School has clinics that help veterans with a host of legal issues.

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Duration: 00:06:07


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Veterans and Families National Health Network

A different healthcare option for veterans and their families...

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Duration: 00:06:19


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The New Face of Politics

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is 28, a liberal activist, a Democratic Socialist, and she has just sent shockwaves.

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Duration: 00:08:47


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The Sweet Smell of Success

Host Jenna Flangan travels to Greyston Bakery in downtown Yonkers, New York, to explore why their specialty isn’t just the brownies they make.

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Duration: 00:18:11


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Veterans Take On Opioid Crisis

MILITARY MEDICAL PROFESSIONALS TACKLE THE OPIOID CRISIS AFTER SERVICE

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Duration: 00:07:07


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War on Drugs

NYC Council to combat Opioid epidemic with Narcan for the public.

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Duration: 00:06:42


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WAR AGAINST OPIOIDS

WAR AGAINST OPIOIDS

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Duration: 00:06:03


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VETSTHRIVENYC

A new healthcare model is combining medicine and the arts to help meet the needs of New York City’s veterans.

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Duration: 00:06:19


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Tough As They Come

MetroFocus speaks with Army Staff Sergeant Travis Mills, one of only five quadruple amputees from the Iraq and Afghanistan conflicts.

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Duration: 00:14:04


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Team Rubicon

Dean Skelos was convicted of bribery, extortion and conspiracy, as the crusade against corruption in Albany continues.

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Duration: 00:06:38


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Supervised Drug Sites

Are supervised injection sites for drug users the solution to New York’s opioid overdoses?

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Duration: 00:08:40


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RENÉE FLEMING

Opera virtuoso Renée Fleming takes Broadway by storm in the revival of the classic “Carousel.”

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Duration: 00:06:39


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Pot, Race & Arrests

POT, RACE & ARRESTS

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Duration: 00:05:14


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Pot, Politics and the Police

Governor Cuomo announces a new work group to regulate our pot market.

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Duration: 00:06:37


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Post 9/11 Veterans Roundtable

Post 9/11 Veteran Leaders Discuss where Veterans are now, focusing on employment, education, transition, physical and mental health, Transgender Veterans

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Duration: 00:26:45


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Opioids: On the Front Line

Opioids and the cost to our families and communities.

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Duration: 00:06:41


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Opioids: Doctors to Blame?

OPIOIDS: DOCTORS TO BLAME?

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Duration: 00:06:11


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New York's Fleet Week

New York's Fleet Week

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Duration: 00:06:31


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Native America - Severin Fowles

“Native America,” a monumental four-part series premiering on PBS.

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Duration: 00:08:01


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N.Y.C. Opioid Epidemic

N.Y.C. OPIOID EPIDEMIC

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Duration: 00:06:12


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Money vs. Mental Health

A new study finds commercial insurance may not give access to opioid addiction treatment.

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Duration: 00:05:57


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Lost WWII Memorial

Toba Potosky's mission to re-open and restore the Brooklyn World War II memorial.

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Duration: 00:10:00


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Long Island Addicted

Opioid Crisis in Long Island

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Duration: 00:06:59


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Left Behind America

“LEFT BEHIND AMERICA”

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Duration: 00:07:47


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K-2 in Zombieland

K2, also known as synthetic marijuana, is wreaking havoc in the Bronx as overdoses spike.

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Duration: 00:07:44


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Jon Stewart: The Zadroga Act with Army Veteran & 9/11 First Responder Jon Feal

Jon Stewart & 9/11 First Responder John Feal head to DC

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Duration: 00:12:00


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Heroin's Terrible Grip

Next Step Clinic

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Duration: 00:04:15


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Heroin's Deadly Grip

We take a look at the grip heroin addiction has had on our local community.

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Duration: 00:10:27


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Heroin: On The Frontline

HEROIN: ON THE FRONTLINE

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Duration: 00:06:45


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GI Jews: Jewish Americans In World War II

PBS presents “GI Jews: Jewish Americans in World War II.”

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Duration: 00:06:07


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Getting Clean at Rikers

One recovering heroin addict credits a stay behind bars with helping her get clean.

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Duration: 00:08:37


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Geography of Addiction

Opioid addiction and where you live are connected.

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Duration: 00:06:06


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Fighting the Opioid War

A Latino community in New York says “no más,” as it fights the war against opioids.

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Duration: 00:08:15


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Eight Seconds Of Valor

From immigrant to Medal of Honor recipient. Retired U.S. Army Captain Florent “Flo” Groberg takes us through his journey.

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Duration: 00:06:43


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Dopesick Nation

Our friends at Viceland take us deep into our “Dopesick Nation” with two recovering addict

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Duration: 00:08:25


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Divided and Dependent

Find out how opioids and the geography of desperation go hand in hand.

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Duration: 00:06:16


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Coming Home: The Battle

For some veterans the real battle begins when they return home. Now, there’s help for them and their families as they attempt to heal.

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Duration: 00:06:03


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COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY: 1968

50 years ago, students took over Columbia University to protest the Vietnam War and a variety of other issues. We’re going back to a week that became a part of American history with William Sales, Jr., a protester who was there, and Paul Cronin the editor of the book, “A Time To Stir: Columbia ’68.”

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Duration: 00:06:52


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America Addicted

The nation's growing addiction to opioids. The new face of this drug crisis will shock you. PBS NewsHour’s Hari Sreenivasan join us with a report.

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Duration: 00:06:38


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A Win in the Opioid War?

As the war on opioids continues, a possible turning point toward victory.

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Duration: 00:06:03