"If it were deliberate, it could not have been done more efficiently... you couldn't design a more efficient system to choke press freedom."
Rachel Holiday Smith, Manhattan reporter for The City, breaks down the Manhattan DA race with us.
The droning of traffic sloshing through rain announced that the day was underway.
The New York Times' Farah Stockman looks at Suffolk County, where cops call the shots.
The Empire Center's Bill Hammonds talks about the Cuomo coverup we know about now, and all the things we still don’t know.
A conversation with the assemblyman who started the avalanche that just might bury Andrew Cuomo.
A fascinating conversation with Harlem's elder statesman.
The City's Josefa Velasquez talks with Chrissy and Harry about Gov. Andrew Cuomo's pattern of abusive behavior.
Albert Fox Cahn of the Surveillance Technology Oversight Project (STOP) joins Alex Brook Lynn to talk about Gov. Cuomo's 'vaccine passports' for sports events and problems with Shotspotter, the technology police use to detect gunshots.
Howard Wolfson and Bradley Tusk talk about their new Gotham Book Prize (with a jury including our own Dr. Greer), the 2021 New York City election and what’s in store for our next mayor.
A spicy conversation about McGuire's wealth — and what'll happen to it if he's elected mayor.
Also: Harry and Christina discuss the Times' blockbuster report on Victor Rivera, the chief executive of a $2 billion homeless shelter network accused of sexual abuse and financial misconduct.
The former Housing Commissioner under Mayor Bloomberg and HUD Secretary and then OMB Director under President Obama explains why he’s running for mayor now, and what the city needs.