Ischia Bravo, district manager for Bronx Community Board 7, Latchmi Gopal, community organizer working in the Bronx, and Ariel Rivera-Diaz, finance clerk at the New York City Board of Elections and New York State Republican National Hispanic Assembly cha
Gov. Cuomo has been accused of sexual harassment by two women he worked with and sexual misconduct by another -- but New Yorkers seem split on the appropriateness of his behavior. So we're asking listeners under 40 to call in and talk about what they thi
Jeremy Blackman, politics reporter for the Houston Chronicle, talks about Governor Greg Abbott's decision to end Texas's mask mandate and lift all capacity restrictions for businesses in the state and how residents and local politicians are reacting. Plu
Elizabeth Cohn Stuntz, psychotherapist on the faculty of the Westchester Center for Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy, cancer survivor, Zen practitioner and co-author (with Marsha Linehan) of Coping with Cancer: DBT Skills to Manage Your Emotions--and Bal
Kevin Tracey, M.D., president and CEO of the Feinstein Institutes for Medical Research at Northwell Health, talks about how far COVID-19 medical treatments have come in the past year and what new treatments are being developed and tested.
Jeffery C. Mays, politics reporter on the Metro Desk for The New York Times, and Elizabeth Kim, senior editor for Gothamist, talk about the state of New York City's mayoral race. Plus ranked choice voting on the phones: listeners call in with their top t
President Biden started his presidency with a flurry of executive orders related to racial equity. Paul Butler, professor at Georgetown Law and the author of Chokehold: Policing Black Men (The New Press, 2017), checks in on what more progress -- if any -
The Brian Lehrer Show and The Greene Space have launched a new series about the business side of the prison industry. Each week we examine one aspect of the $80 billion dollar prison industrial complex, and ask: who profits when people get put away? This
Karen DeWitt, Capitol bureau correspondent for New York State Public Radio, talks about the legislature's response to the accusations against Gov. Cuomo and how the controversy might affect this year's budget process, one month from the April 1 deadline.