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Wednesday, Oct 16, 2019 at 12:35 PM EDT

Tentative Deal Reached Between UAW and GM

Tentative Deal Reached Between UAW and GM

A tentative deal between General Motors and the United Auto Workers has been reached and could bring an end to a strike which began in September.

Wednesday, Oct 16, 2019 at 01:08 AM EDT

Tom Steyer: Climate Change, 'Number One Issue,' Left Out of Debate

Tom Steyer: Climate Change, 'Number One Issue,' Left Out of Debate

After Tuesday's Democratic presidential debate, candidate Tom Steyer commented that climate change, his campaign's number one priority, was left entirely out of the debate. "The impeachment discussion...

Wednesday, Oct 16, 2019 at 12:25 AM EDT

6 Top Quotes From the Fourth Democratic Presidential Debate

6 Top Quotes From the Fourth Democratic Presidential Debate

Take a look at six of the most memorable lines from the fourth Democratic presidential debate held Tuesday night in Ohio.

Tuesday, Oct 15, 2019 at 08:03 PM EDT

House Will Not Hold Impeachment Inquiry Vote, Pelosi Says

House Will Not Hold Impeachment Inquiry Vote, Pelosi Says

Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi announced the House of Representatives will not hold a vote on whether or not to move forward with the impeachment inquiry Tuesday. “We’re not here to call bluffs. This is not...

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Question Authority: Inside NYC's Public Housing Crisis

Question Authority: Inside NYC's Public Housing Crisis

NBC 4’s new podcast Question Authority is a 6-part series on New York City’s public housing crisis, told by the people who live in NYCHA apartments. Hosted by investigative reporter Chris Glorioso, it is the...

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Question Authority Episode 1: A Big Scandal

Question Authority Episode 1: A Big Scandal

In episode 1 of the Question Authority podcast, one woman fights NYCHA after her daughter is found to have elevated lead levels, and wins a $57 million settlement.

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Question Authority Episode 2: In the Walls

Question Authority Episode 2: In the Walls

In episode 2 of the Question Authority podcast, one woman’s walls are crumbling with mold while, upstairs, a mom’s savings is depleted due to her son’s persistent asthma. NYCHA is hit with a class action...

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Question Authority Episode 3: The Fight Isn't Over

Question Authority Episode 3: The Fight Isn't Over

In episode 3 of the Question Authority podcast, working parents and the elderly are without gas for more than three months, and it hits their pockets hard. Residents are fighting for compensation, but NYCHA...

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Question Authority Episode 4: The Little Things

Question Authority Episode 4: The Little Things

In episode 4 of the Question Authority podcast, we look at the little things that are a big injustice -- bed bugs, roaches, broken doors, leaks. Families in NYCHA buildings are fighting for basic rights as...

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Question Authority Episode 5: Looking Forward

Question Authority Episode 5: Looking Forward

On episode 5 of the Question Authority podcast, NYCHA is trying a new public/private partnership model for improving its housing condition: RAD. New York’s first RAD development is seeing results. But at what...

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