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No Money, No Earth Day at State Capitol

Earth Day celebrations at the New York State Capitol were cancelled by the Paterson Administration, which cited a lack of money.

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Diane Ravitch on Mayoral Control

Urban education expert Diane Ravitch explains her conclusions about the relationship between school governance and student achievement.

Learning Business on Spring Break

The Biz Kid$ program teaches students financial literacy and entrepreneurial skills with hands on training.

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Analyzing Albany's Dysfunction

Fri, 04/23/2010 - 8:30pm - 9:00pm

WXXI Capitol Bureau Correspondent Karen DeWitt and New York NOW host Matt Ryan bring analysis of the gridlock and look ahead to the impact.

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NY State Senator Accused of Diverting $14 Million

Democrat Pedro Espada, Jr. is the target of a lawsuit filed by Attorney Genreal Andrew Cuomo.

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Celebrating the Genesee River

With an eye towards Earth Day this week, New York State's DEC Commissioner says $1 billion in federal, state & local funds have been invested to help Rochester's river.

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Money to Encourage Girls' Interest in Science & Technology

A $300,000 donation will fund efforts to spark continued interest in math & engineering careers among girls & young women.

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Malcom Bell on the Attica Uprising & Human Rights

Mon, 04/19/2010 - 1:00pm - 2:00pm

Lawyer Malcolm Bell discusses his work to uncover the truth about the Attica uprising---and his ongoing quest for justice and human rights in Central America.

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The Struggle for Peace in the Mideast

Mon, 04/19/2010 - 12:00pm - 1:00pm

Israeli-American peace advocate Ami Nahshon talks about his ongoing work reconciling people on both sides of the Arab/Israeli divide.

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Air Travel Remains Snarled

Mass flight cancellations continue but some planes are getting back in the air as Europe copes with the volcanic eruption.

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