Amid marches from New York to Los Angeles, the country has been on edge with violence from rioting and looting.

We hear from Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams, a former former NYPD captain, about the volatile situation. We’ll talk about the possibility of arresting the other officers in connection to the George Floyd death.

Then my special guest Frank Serpico, the legendary NYPD detective, who shined a light on corruption in the department a half-century ago. He gives his perspective on today’s climate and how we can move forward as a society.
As coronavirus cases are rising in New York, we’ll look at how officials are determined to keep residents safe with guests Westchester County Executive George Latimer and infectious disease specialist Dr. David Hirschwerk, Vice Chair at North...
Former Fox reporter (and Juliet Huddy’s younger brother) is dealing with a different coronavirus crisis involving his Israeli wife and President Trump’s temporary immigration ban.  ...
As Long Island begins the slow road back to normalcy from the coronavirus, what will commuters find when they head back to work? We’ll talk to LIRR President Phillip Eng, who is taking safety of his riders...
Loading...