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Airing LIVE Saturday, September 11th, 8:35-11:00am ET. Gather with host Brian Lehrer as we listen to parts of the anniversary ceremony and the reading of the names. We’ll talk to guests and each other to mark the 20th anniversary of the attacks of 9/11/2001. Guests include: Nuala McGovern, presenter of OS on the BBC World Service presenter, former …
 
It's been two weeks since most of New Jersey's school districts resumed in-person classes. But 82 students and 20 staffers have already tested positive for COVID-19 through 26 in-school outbreaks. State officials said an outbreak means three or more cases where there's no evidence of close contact outside of class occurred within a two-week period.…
 
New Jersey's annual homeless count shows more than 8,000 people in the state are currently without stable housing. The annual count is a snapshot of how many individuals are experiencing homelessness in a given night. It helps determine how much federal aid counties receive. But this year with COVID-19, fewer volunteers were out counting people in …
 
Longer commute times and crowded apartments came with higher rates of COVID-19 transmission at the height of the pandemic in New York City, according to a recent study from Cornell University. The researchers, whose disciplines merged architecture, public health and engineering, looked at a range of environmental factors that could be tied to the s…
 
The mayor of Elizabeth, N.J., which has long been one of the primary destinations for new refugees who arrive in the New York area, doesn't want new refugees from Afghanistan to move to town until the city recovers from Tropical Storm Ida. "Elizabeth has always been a welcoming community," Mayor Chris Bollwage, a Democrat, said. "We've always accep…
 
The city will now test 10% of a public school's unvaccinated population every week, rather than every other week. Parents must still consent to the tests, and children in pre-k and kindergarten are exempt. The city is also tweaking its quarantine policies. Under new rules, only unvaccinated students who were unmasked and within three feet of an inf…
 
Undocumented immigrants in New Jersey who were impacted by the pandemic will finally be able to apply for $40 million in relief money next month. The state Department of Human Services told WNYC it will roll out the application, eligibility requirements and website in October. Gov. Phil Murphy announced in May he would set aside leftover federal CA…
 
One of the demonstrators was Augustine Tang, a 37-year old medallion owner from Chinatown. He says he took over his dad's taxi when he died in 2015 but has been saddled with debt ever since. Tang says he paid it down from 525 thousand dollars to 490 thousand dollars, and feels betrayed by the city.על ידי WNYC Radio
 
New York City lawmakers are considering a bill that would give legal permanent residents the right to register to vote in municipal elections only, for offices like mayor and city council. Supporters note it would apply to individuals who pay their taxes and should have a say in how that money is spent. A broad coalition of advocacy groups and a ma…
 
For the past decade, Claudia Petrovich has been a technician at Main Street Radiology in Queens and says she loves her job. “The people I work with became like my second family,” she says. “I have a great manager.” But Petrovich is currently looking for other work—specifically somewhere without a COVID-19 vaccine mandate. She is planning to quit by…
 
After being canceled last year due to COVID, the 95th feast of San Gennaro in Little Italy is back. Organizers have enlisted the help of a local social media personality to entice people to visit the food vendors and restaurants that are the festival's trademarks. Mark Brucato goes by Lil 'MO' Mozzarella on social media, where he has a combined 200…
 
The dramatic videos of waterfalls rushing down subway entrances, geysers erupting in the middle of platforms, and tracks submerged in water don’t tell the story of what happened next. The MTA pumped out 75 million gallons of water from the subway system, getting trains running again within hours. Still, the agency expects it suffered $100 million d…
 
The New York/New Jersey region is part of a migratory route known as the Atlantic Flyway. Think of it like a highway in the sky for birds. And with fall migration season now underway, we have a lot of avian activity right now. Purbita Saha is the senior editor at Popular Science and a serious birder. She spoke with WNYC's Morning Edition host Micha…
 
The attack on abortion rights in some parts of the country has been mobilizing activists to defend Roe v. Wade. But while in New York, the right to an abortion is not under attack, many people still face major barriers to getting the services they need. Vanessa Rios is the co-director of the volunteer organization New York Abortion Access Fund. She…
 
COVID-19 vaccine requirements in New York are facing serious pushback. Two temporary restraining orders were issued Tuesday against employee requirements due to take effect in the coming weeks. A federal judge upstate blocked Governor Kathy Hochul's administration from instituting a full vaccine mandate for hospital workers and staff at nursing hom…
 
The village of Attica will forever be linked with the prison uprising and subsequent massacre that happened there 50 years ago this month. But the bucolic town 35 miles outside Buffalo, which boasts on its official website its small town values and “wholesome lifestyle,” doesn’t share the negative association that many New Yorkers have with Attica …
 
Sahar Ibrahim was home alone with her three youngest children when the unexpectedly ferocious Tropical Storm Ida dumped so much rain that the nearby Elizabeth River came for their first-floor apartment. As the water rose inside, she tried to flee, but her front door wouldn’t budge against the pressure from the flood waters. At the time her husband,…
 
Local residents in the town of Attica, New York don't mind the stigma of the prison uprising that took place here 50 years ago, but they remain clear-eyed about what really happened. WNYC's Joseph Gedeon traveled upstate to report on the town and its community of individuals who lost friends and family 50 years ago during the Attica Uprising of 197…
 
The uprising at the Attica Correctional Facility in upstate New York—which began on Sept. 9, 1971, and ended with 43 deaths four days later—began when incarcerated men took control of the state prison with demands for more humane treatment and better living standards. Of the 28 concessions that Attica prison commissioner Russell Oswald accepted, nu…
 
After the uprising and the bloodshed that ended it, state officials agreed to several of the inmates’ initial 27 requested reforms. Authorities ultimately recognized Muslim prisoners’ right to receive religious texts and eat meals free of pork and gave prisoners more frequent access to showers. But one of the prisoners’ key demands, ending forced l…
 
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