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Deciding When to End Therapy

Over the past few years, the trend in society has been to encourage most people to enter therapy. Richard Alan Friedman, M.D., professor of clinical psychiatry and the director of the

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Sharing the Poems

Kwame Alexander, poet producer, author of Why Fathers Cry at Night and editor of This Is the Honey: An Anthology of Contemporary Black Poets(Little, Brown and Company, 2024), talks abo

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Mayor Adams Goes to Albany

After a stinging political defeat since the City Council overrode his vetoes on two bills, Mayor Adams is traveling to Albany to ask the state legislature to consider his priorities. Elizabeth Kim, Go

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How American Politics Become Memes

Clare Malone, staff writer at The New Yorker, covering politics discusses how the internet, and meme culture, is continuing to having an influence on politics ahead of the 2024 election.→The Meme-ific

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Finding Community as a 'None'

A recent Pew Research poll found that 28% of the United States' population of adults are religiously unaffiliated, describing themselves as atheists, agnostics or 'nothing in particular.”' Furthermor

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Middle East Update

Missy Ryan, Washington Post reporter covering the Pentagon, military issues and national security, talks about the latest on the Israel/Gaza war and ceasefire negotiations, and the Biden response to t

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NYC's Building Emissions Law Goes Into Effect

New York City’s landmark emissions reductions law took effect earlier this month. Rohit T. Aggarwala, chief climate officer and commissioner of NYC's Department of Environmental Protection, Simon Mugo

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Meet the Candidate: Tom Suozzi

Tom Suozzi, former congressman (D-NY3), talks about his campaign to reclaim his seat in Congress in the special election on February 13.

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Democrats Vote in South Carolina

Elena Schneider, national political reporter at Politico, shares insight and analysis of the results from the weekend's Democratic primary in South Carolina.

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Oscar Docs - Bobi Wine: The People’s President

This month we hear from the makers of the 5 films nominated for the Academy Award for best feature documentary. Today,Bobi Wine, Ugandan politician, singer and actor, andMoses Bwayo, director, talk ab

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Your Cross Generational Music Recs

There was some synergy at the Grammy Awards on Sunday, as an 80-year-old Joni Mitchell performed with 40-something Brandi Carlile, and Tracy Chapman sang her hit song Fast Car with

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Telling the Migrants' Stories

Jonathan Blitzer, New Yorker staff writer and the author of Everyone Who Is Gone Is Here: The United States, Central America, and the Making of a Crisis (Penguin Press, 2024), tells the larger story o

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Brian Lehrer Weekend: 'Sustainable' Delivery; Dr. Blackstock on Race and Medicine; Why A Na

Three of our favorite segments from the week, in case you missed | Dr. Uché Blackstock on Race and Medicine (Starts at 25:34) | Why An 'Enormous' Natural Gas Export

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A Plan to 'Shed the Sheds'

Manhattan Borough President Mark Levine talks about his proposal to get down more quickly, and other news.

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How a Four-Day Workweek Works

As the City pilots a four-day workweek for certain onsite Fuhrmans, deputy bureau chief ofWall Street Journalcareers and workplace team,reports on companies who have adopted that sys

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A 'Big Tech' Child Safety Hearing in Congress

A hearing this week on kids' online safety became contentious and, at times, emotional as senators from both parties grilled tech CEOs.Will Oremus, technology reporter atThe Washington Post,offers a r

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Making Journalism School More Affordable

The Craig Newmark Graduate School of Journalism at the City University of New York got a big grant that will allow the school to work toward free tuition at a time when the profession is undergoing bi

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Health Code Violations in New York City School Cafeterias

Jaclyn data reporter her reporting on the school cafeterias with the most health code violations in New York City, what kinds of transgressions have been d

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Getting Personal With Science

Nell NPR science correspondent and the author ofTransient and Strange: Notes on the Science of Life(W. W. Norton & Company, 2024), talks about her new book that connects our lives

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Your Noisy City Advice

A recent Gothamist article one of the perennial problems of city life: too much noise. We ask listeners for their advice and hacks for coping with noisy neighbors, construction and lif

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Republicans Forge Ahead to Impeach Mayorkas

House Republicans have begun the process to impeach the Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas over border policy. Jacqueline Alemany, Congressional investigations reporter for The Washington

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Reporters Ask the Mayor: City Council Overrides Veto and More

Mayor Adams holds one off-topic press conference per week, where reporters can ask him questions on any Kim, Gothamist and WNYC what he talked about at this week's ev

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Getting Unstuck When You're Feeling Stuck in Life

Winter blues and reflection during the early weeks of the new year can bring up a feeling of being absolutely stuck in life.Adam Alter, professor of marketing at NYU's Stern School of Business, affili

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The Populists on the Left

Joshua Green, national correspondent for Bloomberg Businessweek and the author of The Rebels: Elizabeth Warren, Bernie Sanders, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, and the Struggle for a New American Politics (

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Ominous Layoffs Hit the News Industry

As many organizations cut staff,Paul Farhi, former media reporter at The Washington Post, takes stock of the state of the news media and highlights solutions that Congress might consider soon.→ Is Ame

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Why An 'Enormous' Natural Gas Export Terminal Got Delayed

Robinson Meyer, founding executive editor of Heatmap, a new media company, breaks down the Biden recent announcement to pause a decision on whether to approve what wou

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'Sustainable' Delivery

John Surico, a regular contributor to Bloomberg CityLab and adjunct professor at NYU's Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute, talks about Mayor Adams's proposed Department of Sustainable Delivery, par

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Accidentally Permissive Parenting

Elizabeth Passarella, magazine writer and the author of the essay collectionsIt Was an Ugly Couch Anyway and Good Apple(Thomas Nelson, 2023), discusses the phenomenon of excessively permissive parenti

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The Role of the United States in the Middle East

Three U.S. service members were killed in Jordan this week, and now some Republicans are proposing that the United States should attack Iran. Fred Kaplan, Slate's War Stories columnist and the author

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Can States Legislate Social Media Use for Teens?

In his State of the City address, Mayor Adams declared social media to be a public health hazard, at the same time that Florida is working on a ban for all teens under 16. Katherine Keyes, professor o

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Dr. Uché Blackstock on Race and Medicine

Uché Blackstock, physician, founder and CEO of Advancing Health Equity, and the author ofLegacy: A Black Physician Reckons with Racism in 2024), shares the story of becoming, and prac

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Mayor Adams on Policing, Housing and More

After a stinging political defeat since the City Council overrode his vetoes on two bills, Mayor Adams is traveling to Albany to ask the state legislature to consider his priorities. Elizabeth Kim, Go3


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