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Tom Hanks Gives Back

"Frontline to Homefront" is a MetroFocus series on Post 9/11 Veterans and how they are finding allies as they lead the fight to successfully transition to civilian life. It is also unique, because it is produced by a service-connected enlisted veteran of two branches of the Armed Services.

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Duration: 00:12:14;15


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Booker's Presidential Bid

New Jersey Senator Cory Booker has officially thrown his hat in the ring for a Presidential run in 20-20.

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Duration: 00:16:52


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Digging Deeper With Cory Booker

Cory Booker just threw his hat in the ring for the 2020 Presidential Election. He shares thoughts on the Black Lives Matter movement, race relations, and more.

Type: Raw Interview

Duration: 00:07:41


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Cory Booker's Call To 'Unite'

Cory Booker just threw his hat in the ring for the 2020 Presidential Election. He shares thoughts on finding common ground and advancing the common good.

Type: Raw Interview

Duration: 00:11:12


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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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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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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