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Vandals Destroy Newly Planted Trees In Nassau County
Quaint Sea Cliff, on Nassau County’s gold coast, has a mystery on its hands.
Lhota, New NYCTA Boss Byford Talk About Big Plans For Improvements
Metropolitan Transportation Authority Chairman Joe Lhota recently returned to the organization to deal with crowded cards, track fires, a failing signal system, and daily delays.
PHOTOS: Hundreds Killed In Iran-Iraq Earthquake
A 7.3 magnitude earthquake near the Iraq-Iran border killed over 400 people across both countries, sent residents fleeing their homes into the night and was felt as far away as the Mediterranean coast.
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Chris Christie Tells WFAN He's Optimistic Supreme Court Will Rule To Legalize NJ Sports Betting
Gov. Chris Christie says he feels good about New Jersey's chances of winning its yearslong battle over legalizing sports betting.
This Week In College Basketball: Porter Jr. Done For Year
Missouri's star freshman will miss the season due to a back injury.
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Want To Mix Things Up This Thanksgiving? Try A New Take On Some Classic Side Dishes
Want to try giving your old favorites new life? Clare Langan, personal chef to stars like Frieda Pinto, says a few simple changes can have a big impact.
Thanksgiving Made Easy: Apps To Help You Plan The Perfect Holiday
A lot goes into prepping the perfect holiday meal, but don't let the task of hosting Thanksgiving take away from the joy of the holiday.
Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade Guide: Street Closures, Where To Watch
With millions of people expected to attend this year's Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade, you'll want to check our guide and create a game plan before you head out the door.
Best Holiday Markets In NY
Get in the holiday spirit by taking a stroll through a holiday market where you can find unique gifts and enjoy delicious treats and drinks.
Can The Long Island Children's Museum Preview Your Child's Career?
The artists, architects, and athletes of tomorrow follow their curiosity at the Long Island Children's Museum.
Best Things To Do In NY This Weekend: Nov. 18 & 19
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Francesa: A Night To Remember
Photos from Mike Francesa's "A Night to Remember" at the Tilles Center on Long Island.
WFAN Introduces New Hosts
WFAN on Wednesday announced its new lineup, which includes new co-hosts Gregg Giannotti, Chris Carlin, Bart Scott and Maggie Gray.
Best Offbeat Holiday Destinations In America
A quick look at five of the most magical and most rewarding destinations to visit during the holidays
5 Historical Places To Spend Thanksgiving Weekend
Instead of the usual spots, consider any of these often overlooked historical places to visit over the Thanksgiving weekend
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Wednesday, November 22nd
Chapter 40: Almost Gone & Atlas Obscura
Almost Gone is the real-life story of a teenage girl lured into a dangerous online relationship and the steps her father took to rescue her. Plus we travel to far off places with Atlas Obscura.
Wednesday, November 15th
Chapter 39: Mary Higgins Clark & Robert Wagner
The Queen of Suspense, Mary Higgins Clark, talks with us about her new book "Every Breath You Take". Plus legendary actor Robert Wagner chats with us about his past leading ladies and Harvey Weinstein.
Wednesday, November 8th
Chapter 38: Code Girls, Quackery and Jewel Thieves
This week we hear the untold story of women codebreakers during World War Two. Dr. Lydia Kang guides us through the weird world of quack medicine. Plus we introduce you to a mystery writer worth checking out.
Wednesday, October 18th
Chapter 37: Nelson DeMille & Kristen Hadeed
New York Times best-seller Nelson DeMille stops by our studios to talk about his 20th novel "The Cuban Affair". Then millennial entrepreneur Kristen Hadeed gives us "Permission to Screw Up".
Wednesday, October 11th
Chapter 36: Ballerinas & Rescued Dogs
Dancer Marjorie Goodson stops by to talk about her gorgeous and sensuous new photobook. Then Peter Zheutlin tells us about all the reasons to love a shelter pup.
Wednesday, October 4th
Chapter 35: The Damascus Cover, Bob Schieffer + Eleanor Henderson
"Damascus Cover" cleaned up at the Boston Film Festival: we speak with Howard Kaplan whose 40 year old thriller inspired the movie. CBS' Bob Schieffer has a new book about the state of journalism in the Trump era. Then Eleanor Henderson talks to us about her American epic set in 1930s rural Georgia.
Wednesday, September 27th
Chapter 34: Harlan Coben
Best-selling author Harlan Coben stopped by our studios to talk about his newest thriller "Don't Let Go".
Friday, September 22nd
Chapter 33: Brendan Mathews & Emil De Andreis
We talk to Brendan Mathews whose character-rich debut novel is set against the backdrop of the 1939 World's Fair. Then we hear from a former baseball player who had to quit the game he loved because of his rheumatoid arthritis diagnosis.
Wednesday, September 13th
Chapter 32: Laurie Gelman & Steven Gaines
We go back to school with the debut novel "Class Mom" from Laurie Gelman. Then we hear from biographer Steven Gaines who turns the pen on himself in his memoir "One of These Things First".
Wednesday, September 6th
Chapter 31: WTC Cross, Joanna Scott & the Brooklyn Book Festival
Father Brian Jordan chronicles the 13 year journey of the Ground Zero cross in his new book. Joanna Scott introduces us to a real-life woman who was instrumental in the building of the Twin Towers. Plus a preview of the Brooklyn Book Festival.
Wednesday, August 30th
Chapter 30: Kyle Mills & Kim Alexander
Thriller writer Kyle Mills previews the lastest installment of the Mitch Rapp series and tells us what it was like to take over for Vince Flynn. Plus Kim Alexander on creating fantasy worlds.
Wednesday, August 23rd
Chapter 29: Kate Fagan, Jessica Berger Gross & Adam Sternbergh
ESPN's Kate Fagan discusses her book which explores why star collegiate athlete Maddy Holleran committed suicide. Then we delve into author Jessica Berger Gross' abusive past as she shares the details of her new memoir. Plus Adam Sternbergh puts an inventive twist on the Witness Protection Program in "The Blinds".
Wednesday, August 16th
Chapter 28: Dr. Bennet Omalu & Karin Slaughter
We sit down with the doctor who first linked the brain disease CTE to football. Then hear how Atticus Finch influenced a character in Karin Slaughter's new thriller "The Good Daughter".
Wednesday, August 9th
Chapter 27: Gin Phillips, Katherine Nouri Hughes & an NYPD Street Warrior
A day at the zoo turns into an exercise in survival in the latest thriller from Gin Phillips. Then we meet a relatively unknown historial figure from the Ottoman Empire and an NYPD cop who became the city's most decorated detective.
Wednesday, August 2nd
Chapter 26: Joshua Green, Lis Wiehl & Ben. H. Winters
A dive into real and fictional politics. Joshua Green explores the relationship between President Trump and Steve Bannon. Lis Wiehl explores secessionist movements in her new thriller and Ben. H. Winters images a U-S where slavery still exists.
Wednesday, July 26th
Chapter 25: Linda Fairstein, Drones & Caesar's Last Breath
New York Times bestseller Linda Fairstein talks about her newest thriller "Deadfall". Then we get an inside look into drone warfare. Plus the science of the air we breathe.
Tuesday, July 25th
Chapter 24: Lee Child, Randall Silvas & Steve Berry
All thriller writers all the time!
Wednesday, July 12th
Chapter 23: ThrillerFest, Fiona Barton & Courtney Maum
ThrillerFest is in town -- we get a preview. Our beach read is "The Child" by Fiona Barton and then Courtney Maum talks with Pat Farnack about her second novel "Touch".
Wednesday, July 5th
Chapter 22: Don Winslow + Mary McNear
Don Winslow discusses his cop novel "The Force" with us. And this week's beach read is the latest Butternut Lake book from Mary McNear.
Wednesday, June 28th
Chapter 21: Brad Thor & Canadaland
Best seller Brad Thor visited our studios to talk about his new thriller "Use of Force". Then, just in time for its 150th birthday we get a humorous look at Canada's history.
Wednesday, June 21st
Chapter 20: Presidential Slaves, Stolen Art and the Marsh King
This week historian Kenneth C. Davis shines a light on a dark time in American history. We get the real life story of a woman who broke up a European stolen art ring. And our beach read re-imagines a classic fairytale.
Wednesday, June 14th
Chapter 19: Lisa Gardner & Allison Gilbert
This week's beach read is "Find Her" from thriller writer Lisa Gardner. And ahead of Father's Day...we honor dads both living and passed with journalist turned writer Allison Gilbert.
Wednesday, June 7th
Chapter 18: James Patterson, Jane Green & Cory Doctorow
We head to Book Expo 2017 and catch up with some of the featured authors including beach read queen Jane Green, sci-fi writer Cory Doctorow and the one and only James Patterson.
Wednesday, May 31st
Chapter 17: Airbnb, The Forever Summer & Option B
We get the behind-the-scenes story of Airbnb from Fortune's Leigh Gallagher. Then head to Provincetown for this week's beach read. Plus we speak to one of the co-author's of Option B.
Wednesday, May 24th
Chapter 16: Laura McBride + Joe Navarro
Four women. One Vegas nightclub. Our Summer Beach Read series gets started with the second novel from Laura McBride. Then a former FBI agent tells our Paul Murnane how he uncovered the biggest espionage breach in U-S history.
Wednesday, May 17th
Chapter 15: Eyes of the World + Crime Song
A fascinating look at the history of modern photojournalism and the two people who ushered it in. Plus a murder-mystery featuring an ex-cop with a severe cocaine addiction.
Wednesday, May 10th
Author Talks: Jeff Pegues
Listen to the full interview with Jeff Pegues, author of the new book on race and policing, "Black and Blue: Inside the Divide Between Police and Black America." Pegues, the CBS News Justice and Homeland Security Correspondent speaks with our Steve Scott.
Chapter 14: Daniel Suarez, Doree Shafrir & Sara Paretsky
A mixed bag this week featuring a sci-fi thriller in which humans control evolution, a humorous satire of the tech industry and the latest V.I. Warshawski mystery.
Sunday, May 7th
Leigh Gallagher and 'The Airbnb Story'
CEO Radio Host Ray Hoffman sits with Fortune Magazine's Leigh Gallagher on her book "The Airbnb Story."
Wednesday, May 3rd
Chapter 12: Cleopatra + Cornell
First up we hear from Emily Holleman who takes us to the early days of Cleopatra's reign in "The Drowning King". Then Dr. Steve Kussin transports us back to the 1960s and what it was like at Cornell University during that tumultuous time.
Wednesday, April 26th
Chapter 12: The Story of Autism
As Autism Awareness month wraps up we speak with John Donvan and Caren Zucker about their Pulitzer Prize nominated book "In a Different Key: The Story of Autism".
Wednesday, April 19th
Chapter 11: Mozart's Starling + The New Allergy Solution
We go to the birds this week as nature-writer Lyanda Lynn Haupt explores Mozart's avian companion and muse. Plus Dr. Clifford Bassett on why allergy season seems to start earlier every year.
Wednesday, April 12th
Chapter 10: Prince Charles
Prominent royal biographer Sally Bedell Smith came to our studios to talk about her new book which paints Prince Charles an 18th century gentleman with a 21st century mission.
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