Marc Garber

Host, WNYC News

Marc Garber appears in the following:

Bill Clinton Calls Sharpton to Explain "Fairy Tale" Remark

Saturday, January 12, 2008

As the presidential hopefuls court the black vote ahead of the South Carolina primary, Bill Clinton is working to undo some of the damage he's done to Senator Hillary Clinton's campaign with his comment that seemed to suggest that the campaign of Illinois Senator Barack ...


Service Changes to 7 Train

Friday, January 11, 2008

Starting this morning, there will be no weekday express service on the 7 line. All trains will make all local stops, in both directions, through February 29th.

The MTA says that means an estimated 7 minute addition to a commute between Flushing - Main Street and ...


Michael Kidd Dies at 92

Tuesday, December 25, 2007

Broadway choreographer Michael Kidd has died. WNYC's Marc Garber reports.

Kidd died at his LA home Sunday night of cancer at age 92.

His joyously athletic dances for ballet, Broadway and Hollywood delighted audiences for half a century and won him five Tonys and an ...


Audit Reveals Medical Provider Fraud

Tuesday, December 18, 2007

Some psychiatrists and other medical providers overcharged New York by more than $1.3 million for treatments. That's according to a new audit.

New York Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli says in one case he found a psychiatrist repeatedly billed Medicaid for more than 24 hours of treatment in ...


Spitzer Aide Tries to Block Subpoena

Thursday, November 08, 2007

Governor Spitzer’s former aide – implicated in a probe of a Senate leader’s use of state aircraft – has filed to block the subpoena of his emails and other documents. WNYC’s Marc Garber reports.

In papers filed in Manhattan’s State Supreme Court, Darren Dopp called the ...


Patients Will Receive More DNA Information

Wednesday, April 04, 2007

Two New York hospitals will give more information to patients who undergo a DNA test. WNYC’s Marc Garber reports.

Attorney General Andrew Cuomo announced that New York-Presbyterian Hospital and Columbia University Medical Center have agreed to provide more information to patients thinking about undergoing an analysis ...


Funding to Protect Ports to Quadruple

Monday, September 25, 2006

Anti-terrorism officials plan to boost the annual funding to protect the perimeters of New York's and New Jersey's ports.

The increase was confirmed Sunday by New York Congressman Peter King, who chairs the House Homeland Security Committee. The nearly fourfold increase, from $6.6 million to $25.7 ...


Firefighter Dies in Bronx Fire

Monday, August 28, 2006

A rookie firefighter died yesterday after the floor of a burning Bronx discount store collapsed.

Employees of the 99-cents store called for help after smoke started coming from a refrigerator and they couldn't stop it. Scores of firefighters responded to the one-story building on Walton Avenue ...