Thomas Kaplan appears in the following:
Thursday, July 24, 2014
A New York Times investigation argues that Governor Cuomo's Moreland Commission came under political pressure to restrict its investigations into statewide corruption. New York Times Albany reporter Thomas Kaplan discusses the revelations and what Moreland set out to do to begin with. Then we talk to David Grandeau, New York's former top lobbying official and an early critic of the Moreland Commision.
Monday, June 02, 2014
You'll find Governor Cuomo on the WFP ballot line this fall, but it comes at a cost. Thomas Kaplan, New York Times reporter, discusses what happened over the weekend as the Working Families Party gathered to vote on its candidate for New York State governor. Plus Fodham Law Professor Zephyr Teachout, who led the charge against Cuomo and rallied 41.3% of the vote, discusses why she ran, why there is such dissatisfaction with Cuomo among progressives and what comes next.
Tuesday, February 05, 2013
"What do you do if nine of your neighbors took the buyout and you didn't? This is complicated." @thomaskaplan on flood zone buyback program.— Brian Lehrer Show (@BrianLehrer) February 5, 2013
Monday, February 04, 2013
Governor Andrew Cuomo has a plan to buy homes in flood-prone areas and then demolish them, creating more undeveloped coastline for the state.
Thursday, June 14, 2012
Seeking to address complaints about the makeup of his new education reform commission, Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo has added five additional members to the panel in advance of its first meeting later this month. The commission now includes a parent advocate from Rochester, a newly elected school board member from the Adirondacks and a district superintendent from Central New York. The first meeting is scheduled for June 26.
Monday, April 30, 2012
Richard D. Parsons, a New York businessman, was named chairman of a new state education commission by Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo. Panel members include Randi Weingarten, Geoffrey Canada and John B. King Jr., but no parent advocates.
Thursday, September 17, 2009
A suspect has been arrested in the murder of Yale pharmacology graduate student Annie Le. Raymond Clark, who the police called a "person of interest" in the investigation earlier in the week, was taken into custody after DNA evidence linked him to the killing of Le. Clark was a lab technician in the building where Le worked and where her body was found on Sunday. According to police, a digital trail of swipe card access records led them to suspect Clark, who was then found with scratch marks on his body, police say. He is being held on a $3 million bond. Le was to be married the day her body was found. The Yale community has been deeply shaken by the crime. Thomas Kaplan, the editor of the Yale Daily News, gives us his reaction.
Monday, September 14, 2009
Authorities found what they believe to be the body of 24-year-old Yale student Annie Le, in an ongoing investigation of her disappearance. Ms. Le, a pharmacology student, went missing on Tuesday and was last seen in the research lab where she worked.
Here to tell us more about the details, and how Yale students are reacting as they head to class this morning, we talk to Thomas Kaplan, editor of the Yale Daily News.