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Errol Louis interviews newsmakers from New York City and beyond on NY1's Inside City Hall program, every weeknight at 7 p.m. and 10 p.m.

<em>NY1 Online:</em> Reporters Round Up Cuomo's Tough Week

NY1 Online: Reporters Round Up Cuomo's Tough Week

The four members of the Reporters Roudtable - New York Times Albany reporter Thomas Kaplan; Politico Deputy Managing Editor Gregg Birnbaum; Business Insider politics reporter Colin Campbell; and NY1 Noticias political anchor Juan Manuel Benitez - helped Inside City Hall wrap up a tough week for Governor Andrew Cuomo, as he tries to explain his involvement with his independent anti-corruption commission. 08/02/2014 12:09 AM

<em>NY1 Online:</em> Bratton Responds to NYPD Criticism in Wake of SI Man's Death

NY1 Online: Bratton Responds to NYPD Criticism in Wake of SI Man's Death

Just hours after taking part in a roundtable with Mayor de Blasio, the Rev. Al Sharpton and leaders from Staten Island to discuss ways to improve community and police relations, Police Commissioner William Bratton sat down with NY1 Political Anchor Errol Louis for his first interview on Inside City Hall since the mayor tapped him for the job. Updated 07/31/2014 08:42 PM

<em>NY1 Online:</em> Panel Discusses Ruling That Could Lead to McDonald's Workers Being Unionized

NY1 Online: Panel Discusses Ruling That Could Lead to McDonald's Workers Being Unionized

Bryce Covert, the economic policy editor at ThinkProgress and a contributor at The Nation; Jack Temple, an analyst at the National Employment Law Project and a contributor at The Nation; and Kirsten Foy, the northeast regional director of the National Action Network, joined Inside City Hall to discuss a ruling by the National Labor Relations Board that could open the door to McDonald's workers becoming unionized. 07/31/2014 08:56 PM

<em>NY1 Online:</em> Borough President, Consumer Affairs Commissioner Talk Paid Sick Leave

NY1 Online: Borough President, Consumer Affairs Commissioner Talk Paid Sick Leave

On the first day that employees can start using earned sick time under the city's new Paid Sick Leave law, Inside City Hall got the details on the roll-out from one of the bill's sponsors, Manhattan Borough President Gale Brewer and the commissioner who will enforce the new law, Consumer Affairs Commissioner Julie Menin. 07/30/2014 08:45 PM

<em>NY1 Online:</em> Wise Guys Discuss Cuomo Moreland Commission Fallout

NY1 Online: Wise Guys Discuss Cuomo Moreland Commission Fallout

The NY1 Wise Guys, Former U.S. Senator Alfonse D'Amato, former Public Advocate Betsy Gotbaum and former Congressman Anthony Weiner discussed Governor Cuomo's response to last week's bombshell article in the New York Times accusing his staff of interfering with the anti-corruption Moreland Commission he created. 07/29/2014 09:44 PM

<em>NY1 Online:</em> Reporters Discuss Mayor's Vacation, Cuomo's Moreland Commission Interference

NY1 Online: Reporters Discuss Mayor's Vacation, Cuomo's Moreland Commission Interference

The four members of the Friday Reporters Roundtable, Senior editor for Politics and Policy at WNYC Radio, Andrea Bernstein, Salon Politics Editor Blake Zeff, Kate Taylor from the New York Times and Albany Bureau Chief of the New York Daily News, Ken Lovett discussed Mayor de Blasio's Italian getaway and the fallout from this week's bombshell report about Governor Andrew Cuomo's interference with his anti-corruption commission. 07/25/2014 11:02 PM

<em>NY1 Online:</em> Reporters Explain Casino Licensing Process

NY1 Online: Reporters Explain Casino Licensing Process

Laura Nahmias from Capital New York and Eva McKend from Time Warner Cable’s station in Sullivan County joined Inside City Hall to explain the process of selecting the bidders to win licenses to open four new casinos in the state and tell us where in the state gaming fans will be able to place their bets. 07/24/2014 10:56 PM

<em>NY1 Online:</em> Met Opera Employees Discuss Possible Lockout

NY1 Online: Met Opera Employees Discuss Possible Lockout

A night after the general manager of the Metropolitan Opera told Inside City Hall why he is threatening to lock out Met employees, we heard from the other side of a labor dispute that could silence the opera house this September. Jessica Phillips Rieske, a clarinetist in the Met Orchestra and Chair of the Met Orchestra Negotiating Committee and Rob Maher, a 22-year veteran of the Met Regular Chorus and a member of the American Guild of Musical Artists joined Inside City Hall to discuss to discuss the dispute. 07/24/2014 10:51 PM

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