Congressmen Chris Gibson (R) and Paul Tonko (D) agree on the need to reduce the federal budget deficit, but diverge on how to do so. The two representatives also agree on the importance of nuclear safety regulations in New York, but veer apart on health care law. Also, Casey Seiler and Karen DeWitt analyze Gov. Andrew Cuomo's aggressive demand for an on-time budget from the state legislature.
Seven candidates to be the next governor of New York meet at Hofstra University in a debate that the New York Times says 'verges on farce.' Meanwhile, candidates locked in tough races that will help decide control of the U.S. House of Representatives--including Democrats Scott Murphy and Mike Arcuri and Republican challengers Chris Gibson and Richard Hanna--debate in more substantive forums.
Congressman Chris Gibson and Julian Schreibman debate for the newly formed 19th Congressional District seat. Gibson, a Republican from Columbia County, was elected in 2010 when he defeated Rep. Scott Murphy in what was the old 20th District. Schreibman is currently a partner in the law firm Wachtel Masyr and Missry.
Rep. Scott Murphy, the sitting Democratic representative of New York's 20th Congressional District, and Republican challenger Chris Gibson, engage in an hour of debate. Before serving in Congress, Murphy was a high-tech entrepreneur who founded, and later sold, Small World Software. Gibson served in the Army for 24 years, rising to the rank of Colonel, and taught American politics at West Point.
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Academy Award-winner and Golden Globe-nominee William Hurt ("Syriana," "The Village") and Emmy-winner and Golden Globe-nominee Armand Assante ("Two for the Money," "The Mambo Kings") star in this courtroom thriller about a young single mother (Joanne Whalley - "Virginia's Run," "Willow") in New York City who serves jury duty in a mafia trial and faces the dilemma of casting a vote that will free an obviously guilty criminal in order to save her young son from danger. Co-starring Gabriel Byrne ("Ghost Ship," "Virginia's Run"). The Los Angeles Times calls this "entertaining... an absorbing and ingenious thriller," and Entertainment Weekly calls it "as captivating as fine crystal."
A courtroom thriller about a young single mother who serves jury duty in a mafia trial, faces the dilemma of casting a vote that will free a guilty criminal in order to save her young son.
A courtroom thriller about a young single mother in New York City who serves jury duty in a mafia trial and faces the dilemma of casting a vote that will free an obviously guilty criminal in order to save her young son from danger.
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