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  • This Week in Politics: When Does 'Presidential' Donald Trump Show Up?

    Presumptive nominee Donald Trump gears up for the general election with a fresh shot of conspiracy theories.

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  • #AskTheMayor: Your (New) Weekly Hotline to Mayor de Blasio

    The Brian Lehrer Show

    Mayor Bill de Blasio joins the Brian Lehrer Show in the inaugural edition of what will be a weekly, Friday morning appearance on WNYC.

  • America's Cup Sailing Back in NYC After Nearly a Century

    Six sailing teams from around the world are expected to compete this weekend in Lower Manhattan. The race hasn't been held in New York waters since 1920.

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  • Obama's Corporate Merger Crackdown

    Money Talking

    Comcast, Pfizer and Halliburton have all wanted to buy other companies — and they’ve all been thwarted by government regulators.

  • America's Cup Sailing Back in NYC After Nearly a Century

    Six sailing teams from around the world are expected to compete this weekend in Lower Manhattan. The race hasn't been held in New York waters since 1920.

  • This Week in Politics: When Does 'Presidential' Donald Trump Show Up?

    Presumptive nominee Donald Trump gears up for the general election with a fresh shot of conspiracy theories.

  • Horizon's Tiered Hospital Plan Pleases Some, But Not All

    The largest health insurer in New Jersey has changed the rules of the game by clustering hospitals into tiers for some patients.  

  • Everything You Need to Know About the 2016 Election

    We're bringing you a full spectrum of local and national politics that spans neighborhoods, communities and ideas as we inch closer to Election Day. 

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  • Review: Nicole Eisenman’s 'Al-ugh-ories'

    The show inserts the "ugh" into all the "aah's" of art history and mingles humor with actual attempts at beauty. 

  • Inside National Lampoon

    In the documentary “Drunk, Stoned, Brilliant, Dead,” director Douglas Tirola explores how National Lampoon helped shape modern American humor.

  • Man and Machine Join Forces at Met’s Fashion Exhibit

    The Costume Institute's "Manus x Machina" showcases the use of technology in couture.

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  • Two Thousand Pigeons Illuminate the Night

    Duke Riley’s “Fly By Night” public art project sends trained pigeons aloft over the East River with tiny LED lights on their legs.

Tech and Media

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  • What Happens to the Videos No One Watches

    Note to Self

    Exploring the Lonely Web.

  • 'Heat & Light' Digs For The Soul Of Coal Country

    All Things Considered

    Jennifer Haigh grew up in small town Pennsylvania, where jobs disappeared when coal mines closed. Her new novel explores the changes that mining — and now fracking — has brought to nearby communities.

  • Speaking on Behalf of NYC Tech

    The Brian Lehrer Show

    The newly formed, official advocacy group of New York City's tech sector, Tech:NYC, hopes to narrow the gap with Silicon Valley for the title of America's tech hub. 

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