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You Decide with Errol Louis

Feb 15, 2024

Racism often ensures that Black Americans get worse results than other groups when they visit the doctor or an emergency room. It not only affects patients: only 2% of physicians in the U.S. are Black women. Dr. Uché Blackstock is trying to level the playing field. A New York-based physician, Blackstock is the author...


Feb 8, 2024

With the presidential race already underway, NY1’s Errol Louis decided to have a candid conversation with Allan Lichtman, an acclaimed historian who has devised a successful system that has — with one exception — correctly predicted the winner of the last ten presidential elections.

Lichtman discussed his 13-point...


Feb 1, 2024

Scott Stringer spent three decades in New York politics before badly losing in the Democratic primary for mayor in 2021. But a few weeks ago, with Mayor Eric Adams facing low poll numbers, the former city comptroller announced he was exploring another run for mayor

Stringer joined NY1’s Errol Louis for a candid...


Jan 25, 2024

Halfway through his term in office, Mayor Eric Adams delivered his annual State of the City address, detailing proposals covering everything from the ongoing migrant crisis to public safety to housing and the economy. He also said Health Commissioner Dr. Ashwin Vasan has declared social media a public health...


Jan 18, 2024

A year after Gov. Kathy Hochul and state lawmakers failed to reach a deal on a housing plan, they’re back at work in the State Capitol with the governor making a more modest proposal to build affordable homes across the state.

One person who’s fighting every day to end the crisis is Cea Weaver, who co-founded the...