WHERE TO WATCH
Why Amazon's Deal With New York City Fell Apart
February 15, 2019
Bradley Tusk, the Founder & CEO of Tusk Strategies, says Amazon lacked a fundamental understanding of New York City.
With Thousands Expected to Visit NYC for World Pride, Smirnoff Vodka Says ‘Welcome Home’
Jun 18, 2019
New York Lawmakers Could Give Green Light To Legalize Electric Scooters and Bikes
New York is one step closer to adding another form of transportation to its streets. According to multiple reports, New York State lawmakers have reached a deal to lift the ban on electric scooters and bikes. But you won't see the e-vehicles whizzing in and out of Manhattan traffic just yet. If Governor Cuomo signs off, the bill would require municipalities to opt in and determine the rules for bike and scooter sharing services. We spoke to Marco Conner, Interim Director, Transportation Alternatives about potentially legalizing the new mode of transportation.
Jun 20, 2019
New York Recreational Marijuana Bill Dead On Arrival
The recreational marijuana bill in New York State is dead on arrival. Lawmakers struggled to come to an agreement over where the revenue from legalization would go. Cheddar spoke to Allison Margolin, Founding Partner of Margolin & Lawrence, about why the bill failed.
Jun 11, 2019
Long Investigation Ahead in Fatal New York Helicopter Crash, Former Obama Official Says
The investigation into what caused Monday's fatal helicopter crash in New York could take up to 18 months. Jarrod Bernstein, a former counterterrorism and community outreach official in the Obama administration and the former chief spokesman of the New York City Office of Emergency Management, discusses the response to the crash and what comes next.