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"Look-back" window opens soon for sexual abuse survivors

"Look-back" window opens soon for sexual abuse survivors

On Aug. 14 a one-year, one-time-only period allow individuals to seek civil action

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Lawsuit over Adirondack snowmobiling trails continues

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FDR: The Last 100 Days

FDR: The Last 100 Days

This week on New York NOW we welcome in author David Woolner to discuss his fascinating book on Franklin Delano Roosevelt.

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