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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

Lawsuit over Adirondack snowmobiling trails continues

Lawsuit over Adirondack snowmobiling trails continues

How big of a tree is too big to cut down inside the Blue Line?

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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Three candidates will be on the ballot in the Republican primary race for the US Senate seat now held by Kirsten Gillibrand.

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Public authorities are set up to serve the public good in some way.

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Why is there such a big fuss over fracking?

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Down to the wire on redistricting

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It's coming down to the wire on redistricting in New York.

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Democrats against reported redistricting deal

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As the redistricting battle nears an end, many Democrats are unhappy with a deal that’s reportedly being worked on.

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Niagara Falls bans treatment of fracking fluid

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Niagara Falls, N.Y. has banned the treatment of fracking fluid.

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Can New York labs handle more DNA?

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There's a new effort in Albany to pass a bill that would bring about a major expansion to New York's DNA databank — the place where the state stores genetic material from convicted offenders.

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The rise and fall of the Eastman Kodak Company

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The city of Rochester and the Eastman Kodak Company. You can’t mention one without the other.

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Political fight over public pensions, and using more DNA in policework

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In this week's show, Governor Cuomo has finally reached a deal over the contentious issue of teacher evaluations.

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Redistricting battle continues

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The redistricting brawl continues as the 2nd round of hearings takes place in Queens.

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