The New York Times Close Up 1/7/17
NY1 VIDEO: On this weekend's edition of 'The New York Times Close Up,' Grace Rauh talks to Christine Quinn, the chief executive of WIN, the social service and advocacy organization that provide shelter and aid for homeless families, about the challenges facing the city as it deals with record levels of homelessness.
Times National Political Correspondent Amy Chozick takes a deep breath to describe life after more than a year on the road, primarily covering Hillary Clinton's Presidential Campaign, and talks with us about her new focus.
Investigative Reporter Nikole Hannah-Jones describes the parallel tracks of Director Barry Jenkins and playwright Tarell Alvin McCraney, who together created the remarkable and moving film, "Moonlight."
"The Mediator" columnist Jim Rutenberg joins Grace from the New York Times Newsroom to discuss Megyn Kelly's move to NBC from FOX News, the story he broke first this week.
And New York Times contributing writers Clyde Haberman and Eleanor Randolph, City Hall Bureau Reporter Nikita Stewart, and Metro Reporter Patrick McGeehan discuss the week’s top stories.
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