Presidential Primaries and the Zika Virus

February 7, 2016

Msgr. Kieran Harrington weighs in on the Zika Virus and the New Hampshire presidential primaries with Katherine Connell, managing editor of The National Review, […]

Be the Match for Brooklyn Boy

February 4, 2016

St. Bernadette School in Dyker Heights is holding a bone marrow donor drive for one its own, a first grader who may […]

New Yorkers Talk Paid Family Leave

February 3, 2016

After Governor Cuomo launches high-profile campaign for the Paid Family Leave Act, Konrad Aderer takes the temperature of Brooklynites including Michael Long […]

Zika Raises New Concerns

January 28, 2016

As the Zika virus continues to spread, new concerns are raised.  Our Michelle Powers has the latest on the virus and precautions […]

“Stewards of the Land”

January 15, 2016

An international Catholic charity based in Brooklyn is helping churches in Africa battle famine, as our Michelle Powers reports.

“Little North Pole” in Queens

December 21, 2015

A Neponsit man decks out his house in an elaborate display featuring lights and Christmas figures. And, as Currents correspondent Katie Breidenbach […]

St. Francis Students Stage Smokeout

November 23, 2015

Students at St. Francis College channeled their Franciscan hearts to encourage people to quit smoking.  Currents correspondent Konrad Aderer spoke with students, […]

Diabetes Patient Thankful for Support

November 13, 2015

Type 1 Diabetes is life threatening, with patients needing to constantly check their blood sugar levels.  Currents correspondent Katie Breidenbach visits a […]

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