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NPR Jan 25
Vladimir Munk was 20 when he was freed from the Auschwitz concentration camp. His parents had already been killed there. He'll return for the first time on Monday when the 75th anniversary of the liberation will be marked.
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Brian Mann Jan 24
North Country describes Schiff prosecution of as 'weak'. has asked Stefanik repeatedly for an interview on these matters. She has declined.
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Brian Mann Jan 24
Medicaid expansion costs are hitting NY hard with a $2 billion deficit. Other states are watching to see how and other state officials cope. My story for will air Monday morning on
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Elise Stefanik Jan 24
Most important read of the day: An incredible piece by on local Holocaust survivor Vladimir Munk returning to Auschwitz 75 years after the camp’s liberation. We must never stop telling & teaching these horrific and heartbreaking stories of survivors.
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Emily Russell Jan 24
After 75 years, Holocaust survivor Vladimir Munk is traveling back to Auschwitz for the 75th anniversary of the camp's liberation. "For me, it's like going to the family cemetery," says Munk. Story for
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PBS NewsHour Jan 23
With heavy hearts we report the death of PBS NewsHour co-founder Jim Lehrer at age 85. A giant in journalism, his tenacity and dedication to simply delivering the news remain the core of our work.
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Emily Russell Jan 23
My story for on the anniversary 👇
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St. Lawrence University Jan 22
The popularity of a community-supported bakery (CSB) 🍞 cooked up by Roman Bergner '21 is on the rise, and shared his story:
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NCPR Jan 22
Replying to @npratc
And if you’re looking for at 5pm for a summary of the days news so far, we have an alt stream here —-👇
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NCPR Jan 22
House Democrats begin to present their case in Pres. Trump’s at 1pm - gavel to gavel coverage live on NCPR.
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NCPR Jan 21
pro-tip: we have live coverage throughout. But if you prefer a summary of the day’s news, we’re airing each evening of the trial here:
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Brian Mann Jan 20
North Country's named by to his impeachment defense team. Stefanik at center of historic constitutional crisis, linking her political brand to Trump's.
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Brian Mann Jan 20
Women are shaping the narrative in the era of Me Too and Donald Trump. But many conservative women aren't joining events like this, including . Meanwhile, the extreme rhetoric from some on the far right continues.
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NCPR Jan 20
Replying to @BrianMannADK
Saturday's march in Glens Falls saw a handful of counter-protesters led by Mike Kibling, a right-wing activist whose extreme language and past ties to Congresswoman Stefanik’s staff have drawn scrutiny. "You all suck!" Kibling shouted. "You all should have been aborted!"
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NCPR Jan 20
A crowd of women and men braved the cold on Saturday in Glens Falls to march for women's rights and to support funding for Planned Parenthood. It was one of hundreds of rallies held around the U.S. From
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NCPR Jan 19
For the premiere of our new show, First Person, we meet photographer Justin Baker, author Chanelle Benz of "The Gone Dead," and winner of the Howl Grand Slam Aaron Todd. We also get an update on renovations at Appleton Arena.
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Emily Russell Jan 17
Fresh snow ❄️ + bright sun ☀️ make amazing conditions for a winter hike in the (with your cold weather safety gear, of course). Relive the perfect hike (ending in a windless summit!) with me up Wright Peak ▶️ with on
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Emily Russell Jan 16
Hundreds of new subway cars made in Plattsburgh have been pulled off the tracks in New York City because of safety concerns. Bombardier says it’s investigating a manufacturing problem with its subway car doors. Story for
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NCPR Jan 15
Merchants in Lake Placid are worried construction work over the next two years will scare away tourists. They're also upset that the plan doesn't include an expansion of parking spaces. talks with Peter Crowley at the
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Emily Russell Jan 15
After the second day of searching for a Plattsburgh man who jumped into the Saranac River yesterday, Plattsburgh police suspend their efforts until tomorrow morning.
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