This morning's Early Word: Tom Delay convicted of money laundering; the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade kicks off; New Yorkers sound off on Black Friday shopping; Marianne McCune visits a modern-day rent party.
This morning's Early Word: panel votes down Bloomberg's pick for schools chief; Jim O'Grady has the lowdown on Thanksgiving travel in NYC; Cindy Rodriguez visits Riker's Island where inmates are making Thanksgiving food for the poor.
This morning's Early Word: political consultant pleads guilty in NY pension fund scandal; Indian land deal could bring casino to Catskills; NYC government may go locavore; Atlantic Yards, the musical.
This morning's Early Word: censure recommended for Rangel; NYC faces more budget cuts; Cuomo sues Bloomberg advisor and former car czar Rattner; Beth Fertig on the man who holds fate of proposed city schools chancellor in his hands; Guggenheim unveils new season.
This morning's Early Word: Gitmo detainee acquitted of most charges in NYC; ExxonMobil settles lawsuit over Greenpoint oil spill; Ilya Marritz on couriers adapting to leaner economic times; the Ginger Ninjas' human-powered stage hits Brooklyn.
This morning's Early Word: Rangel found guilty; NY pols push for 9/11 health bill; Merchant of Death arrives in NY; Bloomberg mulls extending subway to NJ; Beth Fertig on the latest skirmish over new city schools chancellor.
This morning's Early Word: Kathleen Horan reports from NYC's Veterans Day parade; Arun Venugopal finds out how many rabbis can fit in a room; the city's new schools chancellor hits some resistance.
This morning's Early Word: Veterans Day celebrated around the world; 8-month political standoff in Iraq tentatively resolved; NJ Transit gets huge bill for scrapped Hudson tunnel; Marianne McCune on New Yorkers using text messaging to assist election in Guinea.
This morning's Early Word: Obama's speech in his childhood home, Indonesia; NYC's new schools chief; Cuomo says no new taxes; Lisa Chow looks at the city's economy-defying hotel boom.
This morning's Early Word: Connecticut's gubernatorial race finally, definitively over; NYC pedestrians entering most dangerous time of year; the Buena Vista Social Club hits NYC, with Malian friends.