The answer is "yes."
All the machinations and the appointments and the who's-going-to-be-what in an Obama White House -- it all seems like a big jig-saw puzzle. Will the pieces fit? We'll have the latest on the transition, including the big question mark -- Hillary Clinton and the Secretary of State position - tonight at 11.
We're also following the dramatic news from the MTA and its so-called "doomsday" budget to close a $1.2 billion budget gap. This is the same MTA that the Eyewitness News Investigators spent three months looking into -- and the track workers who spent virtually all of their day OFF the job, on personal business.
The MTA will propose tomorrow huge hikes in fares - up to 23% more on buses and subways, and even more for some services like Access-A-Ride - and cuts in services.
It is not good news for New Yorkers who are already reeling from proposals for higher taxes and from the harsh reality of high unemployment and a recessionary economy.
And speaking of the Investigators, Sarah Wallace tonight has a story of a family from Queens, so convinced their imprisoned son is innocent of murder, they gave a lawyer $10,000 to help prove their case. He essentially bolted with their money, according to the family. (Click here to see a preview)
We'll also have any breaking news of the night, plus Lee Goldberg's chilly AccuWeather forecast, and Scott Clark with the night's sports. I hope you can join Liz Cho and me, tonight at 11.