Drones, Crime, and Sleepy CEOs

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In the city that supposedly never sleeps, it’s not nightlife that’s preventing people from getting their Z’s: It’s more work.

What happens when corporate and nonprofit executives actively encourage their employees to get more rest? Four CEOs who launched an experiment after WNYC's "Clock Your Sleep" Project share their results so far. Plus: Tracking Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver's money; an update on Israel and Palestine; the legality of flying drones in New York City; and assessing Mayor de Blasio on crime six months into his administration.