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You Decide with Errol Louis

Jul 18, 2024

This week marks the 10-year anniversary of the death of Eric Garner, a man who was placed in an illegal chokehold by police who were arresting him for selling cigarettes illegally on a Staten Island street. Garner’s dying words to police, “I can’t breathe,” became a rallying cry for protesters who were outraged...


Jul 11, 2024

When it comes to local politics, it’s already been a sticky summer. From congestion pricing being put on hold to the 2025 mayoral race already heating up, there’s been plenty of major news in New York City beyond the fight for the White House. 

This week, NY1’s Errol Louis was joined by two journalists who cover...


Jul 3, 2024

The Jewish community in New York was devastated by the surprise attacks that took place in Israel on Oct. 7. With over 1.3 million Jewish residents, New York City has the largest Jewish population outside of Israel. As the Israel-Hamas war continues, the rise in hate crimes and antisemitism has had a profound impact on...


Jun 27, 2024

Early detection of cancer remains the single-best way to combat a disease that is the second-leading killer in the world. But many of the resources in the fight against cancer are devoted to relatively ineffective late-stage treatments. Bruce Ratner, known by many New Yorkers for his real estate projects, is entering...


Jun 20, 2024

Karen DeWitt has been covering the statehouse since 1986. She joined the press corps at a time when very few women were in the industry, and quickly became a trusted voice on New York public radio, covering multiple governors, budgets, scandals, a pandemic and more. Recently, she announced that she’d be retiring...