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  • This week's running of the Boston Marathon is like no other, one year after the bombings that left 3 people dead and hundreds injured.
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  • Joining us is Vanessa Fontaine, the mother of autistic teenager Avonte Oquendo, who disappeared from his Queens school.
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  • This week, Diana Williams has an exclusive interview with New York City's new Police Commissioner, William Bratton.
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  • U.S. Senator from Connecticut Chris Murphy joins us to discuss the events in Ukraine and its southern peninsula, Crimea.
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  • A new capsule could help people lose 20 to 30 pounds in a few months without surgery, but Americans must leave the country to get it.
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  • This week we'll hear from both side of the emotional debate over the future of charter schools in New York City.
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  • This week, we discuss New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio's one one one interview with political reporter Dave Evans.
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  • Former NYPD commissioner Bernard Kerik, now a convicted felon himself, is calling for changes to the criminal justice system.
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  • This week, we discuss New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio's vows to end horse-drawn carriages and decrease pedestrian deaths.
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  • This week we discuss New York Governor Andrew Cuomo's budget plan, including the issue of funding for pre-kindergarten.
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  • This week, we focus on the biggest sports event in the country: the Super Bowl, set for Feb. 2 at MetLife Stadium in New Jersey.
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  • Her name is not yet well known, but last week Melissa Mark-Viverito took over one of the city's highest profile jobs: City Council Speaker.
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  • Harlem Democrat Charles Rangel joins us to discuss his decision to run for a 23rd term in Congress at the age of 83.
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  • Diana Williams speaks to Timothy Cardinal Dolan on "Up Close" for Sunday, December 15th.
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  • There's technology out there to prevent this kind of accident. Some rail systems have it, but Metro-North does not.
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  • While the federal government tries to salvage its health insurance exchange web site, New York and other state run sites are working well.
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  • 21 states have raised the minimum wage above the rate set by Congress, and New Jersey voters joined the list recently.
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  • After 12 years under Mayor Michael Bloomberg, the passing of the torch to Bill de Blasio is now underway at City Hall.
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  • Dr. David King had just left the finish line of April's Boston Marathon, when he got word of an explosion and rushed to the hospital.
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  • On next month's ballot, voters will be asked to decide whether the state constitution should allow full casino gambling in New York State.
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  • This week, a closer look at the violent confrontation between a group of motorcyclists and an SUV on the West Side Highway.
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  • This week, a conversation with the Democratic nominee in the race for New York City mayor: Public Advocate Bill de Blasio.
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  • Vowing to unify the city, former deputy mayor and MTA chief Joe Lhota last week clinched the Republican nomination in the race for New York City mayor.
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  • After months of handshaking, debates and name calling, candidates for mayor leave it all up to the voters to decide.
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  • This week, a look at changes coming to the NYPD after the city council overrode mayoral vetoes on bills involving stop and frisk.
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  • On this week's edition of Up Close, we talk to the candidates in the hotly contested race for Manhattan Borough President.
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  • Hundreds of passengers are finally home after their flight from London to New York was forced to make an emergency landing in a remote corner of Canada.
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  • It's a major citywide position in New York City. Four democrats are vying for the job of the city's next public advocate.
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  • Diana Williams introduces you to the woman behind the Twitter handle.
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  • New parents get advice and strength from many sources, most often books or blogs.
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  • Deputy Mayor for Operations Cas Holloway is with us to discuss problems with New York City's 911 emergency system.
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  • Former New York Governor Eliot Spitzer joins us to discuss his political comeback and his bid for New York City Comptroller.
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  • Diana Williams tells us which foods help us beat the heat
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  • As we sweat through what feels like the dog days of summer, a word of caution about staying hydrated. It doesn't mean you have to down glass after glass of water. Some foods can do the trick too.
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  • A federal judge is mulling over the constitutionality of the NYPD's controversial stop and frisk practice.
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  • This week on Up Close: an unimaginable heartbreak on the Upper West Side and the Democratic candidate for governor.
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  • New York City Schools Chancellor Dennis Walcott joins us to discuss what lies ahead for the city's school system.
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  • Diana Williams speaks with the customer to find out how she addressed the issue
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  • Lauren Richeson is settled in her new apartment now, but for months a moving company held her belongings hostage.
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  • This week, we focus on the millions of dollars in aid for Superstorm Sandy victims still unspent by the American Red Cross.
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  • Lots of video games on the market are advertised as a fun way to get fit. Consumer Reports checked out five.
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  • On this week's show, a look at Governor Cuomo's agenda for women, plus the controversy over the IRS targeting conservative groups.
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  • Katie Beers, who was found after 17 days in captivity, joins us to discuss the case of three missing women in Cleveland.
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  • Katie Beers was overjoyed when she learned of the Cleveland women's' release from their captor.
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  • The head of the nation's teachers union, Randi Weingarten, joins us to discuss updated standardized tests for math and English.
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  • This week, a one on one interview with Anthony Weiner, as the former congressman discusses his potential comeback.
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  • With a showdown over gun control coming up in the U.S. Senate, Connecticut Senator Chris Murphy joins us to discuss the issue.
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  • This week, a look at the corruption case that led to the arrests of State Senator Malcolm Smith and City Councilman Dan Halloran.
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  • After Superstorm Sandy hit, many New York City students struggled with huge losses at home. Many of them had to live with friends or relatives, but a program in some schools called "Crew" helped a lot of students weather the storm.
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  • This week, a look at the bill in the City Council requiring employers in New York City to provide sick days for employees.
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