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34 Years ago: The Sing Sing hostage crisis

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Prisoner takeover almost derailed new Cuomo administration

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The Keene barn: A photographer's best friend

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On our way back from reporting on a story in the Adirondacks, we passed a familiar sight off of Route 73 in Essex County.

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Authors Discuss Catskills History, Japanese Internment Camps

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This week on New York NOW we have two interviews on some of the more compelling moments in our country's history.

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Oneida Nation thanks Cooperstown for dropping 'Redskins' name

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An upstate school's decision to change what it believed was its offensive nickname for their sports teams drew the attention of the Oneida Nation.

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The forgotten War of 1812

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Throughout our schooling, we were taught about the historical importance of American conflicts like the Revolutionary War, the Civil War, and the two World Wars.

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NYC Firefighter shares his story from 9/11

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On the 11th anniversary of the World Trade Center attacks in Manhattan, around 75 members, both past and present, of New York City Fire Department’s Engine 6 fire company came to the New York State Museum for a remembrance ceremony.

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Podcast: The making of the Mario Cuomo documentary

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In the latest podcast, Matt Ryan discusses the making of his new film on former Governor Mario Cuomo with Casey Seiler and Karen DeWitt.

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Kermit Roosevelt discusses "Allegiance"

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The civil rights violations that occurred during World War II weren't just limited to Nazi Germany. They happened here too.

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Exclusive: Andrew Cuomo discusses 2010 redemption

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Governor Andrew Cuomo agreed to a rare sit-down television interview for the upcoming WMHT film on his father titled "Governor Mario Cuomo: Poetry and Prose."

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Grand Central turns 100

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We take a look back at the history of Grand Central, both the highs and lows, with two authors who have written new books on the structure.

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Pulitzer Prize Winners Doris Kearns Goodwin & Robert Caro

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New York NOW features interviews with two of the most decorated writers of the last 50 years.

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Gubernatorial Authors Discuss Rockefeller, Roosevelt

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We sit down with two biographers of two of the most acclaimed governors in our state's history.

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Politics and baseball's sad lexicon

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Albany historian John Evers explains the beginnings of the Moreland Act and how it was used by Gov. Al Smith.

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Ken Burns: The 'New York NOW' interview

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Ken Burns on his latest film 'The Dust Bowl,' as well as some of his future projects which include films on the Roosevelts and the Vietnam War.

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The Watergate scandal 40 Years Later

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Harry Rosenfeld was the Metro Editor for the Washington Post back in the 70's when two of his intrepid reporters broke one of the biggest stories of the 20th Century.

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