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Robert Bryce talks about his new report "Not Beyond Coal" on Varney and Co with Stuart Varney

October 28, 2014

Paul Howard discusses the quarantine's issued by Governors Cuomo and Christie on The Willis Report with Gerri Willis on Fox Business

October 27, 2014

Twenty Years Of Broken Windows Policing: What's Ahead For Public Safety in New York City?

October 16, 2014
 
 
 

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